Course code: #8208
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This program will start in Fall 2020 for domestic and international students.
The Motive Power Fundamentals program will prepare you to work in a variety of employment settings in both large and small organizations, such as dealerships, service and repair shops, and retail stores.
In the program, you'll learn to identify basic motive power system problems, to inspect and test basic motive power components and systems, and to use a variety of test equipment to support vehicle transportation systems.
Because the program is facilitated from Ashtonbee Campus, which houses fully outfitted labs, you'll also be equipped with safe working practices in the use of machinery, tools and equipment.
Finally, you'll be able to perform customer service functions, and to apply basic communication, documentation, information technology and computer skills to support a motive power environment.
Upon completion of Motive Power Fundamentals you'll be accredited with Level 1 in-school apprenticeship training. This will allow you to enter the work force directly after graduation or to transfer directly into the second year of Centennial's Automotive Motive Power diploma program to further expand and build on your skill set.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,944|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||0|
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