Imagine attending school to obtain Toyota Technician training and being compensated while you do it. It’s possible with Centennial College’s Automotive Service Technician Toyota MAP 32 apprenticeship learn-while-you-earn approach. This program works by having students alternate between on-campus lessons and sessions with an employer for a total of 64 weeks. While they are in school, students may be eligible for Employment Insurance (EI) and while they are with their employers, they are fully compensated. This makes Centennial College’s Toyota technician training ideal for just about anyone with an interest in the field.
In 2010, Toyota Motor Corporation employed 317,734 people worldwide and was the world’s largest automobile manufacturer by production. Working for this company is a great career choice for those who have a specific interest in vehicles such as the Camry, Prius, Yaris, Corolla and more. At Centennial College’s Toyota Technician training, students learn all about these cars so they are able to fully service them upon graduating and obtaining their certificates. Among the specific tasks students master at Centennial are: diagnosing problems using Toyota diagnostic equipment and performing repairs and preventive maintenance on engines, transmissions, electrical systems, brakes and tires. They also become comfortable with conducting vehicle inspections. All aspects of vehicle technology are embodied in the program. The five specific courses technician students complete on campus are: Drive Train Systems, Electrical/Electronic & Fuels, Engine Systems, Work Practices and Procedures and Suspension/Steering and Brake Systems.
The in-school portion of the Toyota technician training is actually designed to mimic a real life workshop. This is possible because Centennial College is home to the largest transportation training centre in the province, Ashtonbee Campus, which includes all the latest tools used in the field as well as real Toyota vehicles on which to practice.
Aside from the practical and theoretical knowledge students of Toyota technician training gain at Centennial College, they also get to experience real-life scenarios that allow them to apply what they have learned while gaining new knowledge during their time with their employer. In addition they can learn to deal with customers and network with technicians employed by Toyota who know what the company is looking for in its employees.
Applicants to the Toyota technician training are required to possess at minimum an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or a General Educational Development (GED) or equivalent. In addition they should be employed by a Toyota dealership. Candidates may apply directly to Centennial College, with successful applicants obtaining an employer and registering as a MAP apprentice with the Apprenticeship Branch of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Students may apply to a maximum of three programs at Centennial College. As with any college program, there are a limited spots within Toyota technician training. When space permits, additional applicants who may not be employed by Toyota are selected through an interview process.
In this article, Klaudia writes about Centennial College’s Toyota technician training, which covers all aspects of vehicle technology.
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