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This #futuristic #ConceptCar needs to be seen to be believed. #Toyota is changing the game! http://hubs.ly/H05VRGd0
Toyota Offers Vision of the Future is published in the fleet section of Autosphere.ca, Canada's leading automotive business-to-business portal
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Detailing under the hood is just as important as the exterior of a #vehicle. Here are a few steps to professionally detail an #engine. http://hubs.ly/H05VQX30
Detailing an engine may sound intimidating for students enrolling in an auto detailing course, but following these three steps can help!
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If an #EV had a dance move, it would probably be this :) #FunnyFriday
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#DidYouKnow: About 165, 000 cars are produced every day! #CarFacts #Manufacturing #Mechanics
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Fans have nicknamed this software 'Luducrous Plus' as it takes #Tesla EVs from 0-60 in 2.4 seconds! http://hubs.ly/H05VQR60 
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Cars tend to run into the same problems, and get damaged by the same things. Here are a few of the common causes of damage that technicians end up having to fix: http://hubs.ly/H05Y0Q_0
Are you thinking of enrolling in auto body repair technician training? Here are three common causes of auto body damage!
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Congrats to #KIAStinger, EyesOn Design Award winner at the 2017 Detroit #AutoShow! Check it out: http://hubs.ly/H05VQK00
The new 2018 Kia Stinger won the EyesOn Design award for Production Car Design Excellence at the NAIAS in Detroit. Catch it on the coast of South Africa!
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Attitude is the #driving force that gets you where you're going. Move forward with us: http://hubs.ly/H05VQSl0 #AutoTraining
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Customers may soon expect to be able to do a lot of their auto service through the internet, and other technological means. Read on for a look at what this could mean for pros in service advisor careers: http://hubs.ly/H05ZqYK0

The world’s technology is developing constantly. As customer’s expectations change, pros with a service advisor career will see the need for connected service.
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Which side are you on? #V8 vs. #TurboV6 http://hubs.ly/H05VRvr0 #CarLife #Auto
Having an abundance of engine choices can be confusing, even if that's a good thing
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Before starting a #career in the #auto industry, discover some important facts about #engine misfire. http://hubs.ly/H05VQyJ0
Engine misfires are common, and can have adverse effects on cars. Here are 3 misfire facts students wanting careers in the auto industry might like to know.
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What does it take to make/maintain a cutting-edge #ConceptCar? #Infiniti Design Director explains: http://hubs.ly/H05VQw40
The Infiniti QX50 Concept was unveiled at the 2017 NAIAS in Detroit. Here’s an interview with the company’s Executive Design Director, Alfonso Albaisa.
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12160 88 Ave Surrey, BC V3W 3J2 Canada
12160 88 AvenueCABritish ColumbiaSurreyV3W 3J2
+1 604-635-2222autotrainingcentre.com
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"An awesome place to start if you are completely out your element as I was."
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Tina Eang
9 months ago
Wonderful experience. Supportive staff. Enormous amount of shop time. An awesome place to start if you are completely out your element as I was. While there is always more left to learn in this trade I definitely left equipped with a body of knowledge that I am able to apply daily and I leave too- excited and continuing my automotive career.
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Sherry Clark
a year ago
I attended the Automotive Training Centre in 2013. I took the Dispatch and Transport Operations course. I enjoyed the class and the faculty at the school was always very helpful. My instructors were supportive and knew just how to challenge me. My experience at the school was nothing but excellent. I am glad I took the course because it gave me the tools that I need to succeed in the field I have chosen for my self. I would recommend the school to anyone wanting to further their education. Thank You Sherry
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Mike Porcher
12 months ago
It's a pretty alright school. For the first 4 or 5 months, it was a bit of a hassle and stuff was not going so well, due to class size being 20+ people. However, they have gotten better. Class sizes are now 8 to 10 people since they've brought on another instructor. The only gripe I have with the school is that for $15,000 it feels like I spent $5000 more than what I should have. Though, it is slowly getting better, which I am quite happy with. There is also one thing I noticed that was false. They do not have a customer base at all. From when I have started (June 29th 2015) to now, I have only seen 5 customers, tops. Other than that, it's been computer work and project cars, "real life situations", so to say The instructors themselves, for the night course (6pm to 10pm) are absolutely, outstanding. Everything is well presented. There are two types of learning, with them which is extremely awesome. One will tell you to just do it, so you go hard, trying to figure it out, and a lot of times you just over think it and BAM! Mind blown, they show you if you stuck. The other is showing you how you do it, while your doing it then you get an explanation as to why it's important, why it's needed and all the other stuff that you'd need to know. I would recommend taking the night course if you can, and if you can afford the course, has a very short waiting list, if any at all. Which is I took this course. Other than that? I would suggest waiting.
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lawrence candiago
a year ago
Excellent School! Extremely knowledgeable and helpful staff who gave me the tools I needed to succeed in my career. If not for the Automotive Training Centre, I would not be where I am today. The Automotive Training Centre changed my life! Graduate 2012
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Kanen Cottreau
11 months ago
Amazing school! My career at this Automotive Training Centre was highly a regarded time in my books. Fundamentally exciting and extremely great teachers that helped coach me along! The classes are small, sometimes found not enough fresh cars walking through the doors but they compensated for lots of old parts! The price is up there but i don't think you'll find the training and love that I found in any other school! Amazing experience, they also really help you find a job in the end as well.
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Mr. Phillips
11 months ago
Hi everybody , I am excited to say I have just graduated from the Automotive Training Center with honors. In Dispatching and Transportation Operations. I was first introduced to the school by Work Safe B.C. and at that time I was into my 9th year of a very severe low back injury I felt would never ever get better,and felt I was being pushed into a situation designed to fail from the start, but with the help from Work Safe BC my Dr.'s and the Cooperation of the Automotive Training Center I am walking tall with a very much improved outlook on life and an improved injury situation too. I came into this thing thinking ,No way, I can't do this, it's not for me, I'm not cut out for this, its way out of my wheel house, you've got the wrong man. I'm not the office type, you know what I mean? But as time went on ,I started having a lot of fun in class,the instructors here are the best,understanding an individuals needs and going out of their way to make it work for you ,meeting new and interesting people from all walks of life and some other students were also injured workers getting back into the work place, I wasn't alone. I really enjoyed my time spent here, I learned a lot that makes me of great benefit to many potential employers, I have more choices for jobs now than ever before, I can take my pick, and I have made my choice, I am a better man for it, Make your choice too, come to school here at the Automotive Training Center, it'll change your life, I know it changed mine ..
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joesph Fernlie
a month ago
not fit to give dispatching courses
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Axel Fey
10 months ago
i would like to thank the atc staff and instructors for giving me the opportunity to learn a new skill ,the atomsphere was extremely good for giving me the chance to learn ,and the instructors were very knowledgable ,making it easy for me to get my diploma, iwill be forever grateful!!! thank you very much, axel fey