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Seven Oaks School Division
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May 25, 2024
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Automotive Trades & Technology


‚Äč‚Äč‚ÄčDuration‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚ÄčWork Practicum‚Äč
‚Äč‚ÄčPotential Credentials‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč
1 year
‚Äč(10 months of study)
30-34 w‚Äčeeks‚Äč

Apprenticesh‚Äčip Accredited Level 1 available‚Äč


‚Äč‚ÄčAutomotive Trades and Technology introduces you to your career in automotive repair and refinishing.  Whether your interest is autobody, painting or mechanical repair this Career Ready program will help you open doors to your first job in the industry.

We provide technical training through in-class theory and work experience so you can learn by doing and through on-the-job training.  Participants will be placed at prominent automotive dealerships throughout Winnipeg.


  • Interest in pursuing a career in automotive trades
  • Completion of Grade 11 core courses
  • Completion of a Career Ready‚Äč application form
  • Presentation of a certified transcript of marks (do not submit report card), cover letter, reference letter, resume and fee if applicable
  • Participation in an orientation
  • Age cap of 25 years of age

Individuals who have completed Grade 12 are an adult learner or reside outside the division are encouraged to submit an application. A registration fee may apply depending if you are a graduate or live out of Seven Oaks School Division catchment.

The 34 week course is a combination of in-class theory and on-the-job training.  You will be in the industry four days a week and will spend one day per week in the classroom.

You will be exposed to both the automotive repair and autobody trades, watching and taking part in intricate repairs from simple tune-ups to Hybrid servicing and also repair and refinishing.  Learning opportunities are also available in the heavy trucking industry.

Learning Includes:

  • The preparation, refurbishing and painting of vintage, classic and modern automobiles
  • The latest in state-of-the-art basecoat / clearcoat paint finishes
  • Mechanical repair procedures and troubleshooting
  • Welding common and exotic metals

Upon course completion earn up to 8 high school credits and work experience hours that may be transferred to the first level of an apprenticeship in the autobody and automotive industry.

Students will have the opportunity to compete in the Skills Canada Autobody‚Äč Competition held annually at Red River College. Scholarships and prizes are awarded, and if successful, the student can go on to the National and World Skills Competition‚Äč.

‚Äč** A registration fee may apply. **