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New online employment and apprenticeship program

To answer shop demands for more skilled and eager workers both now and into the future, the collision repair trade association at and the organizations have merged their offerings to help shop employers in their hiring efforts. From now on, the number of techs and apprentices listed with apprenticesearch,com, will be listed on the employment pages of

Simply by going to the collision repair industry web site at and clicking: "employment," a shop can access the number of apprentices and techs available for hiring in their area and call the local number to arrange pre-screening or interview information. "Many of these new potential hires can be attractive to an employer as often grants and incentives may be available to reduce employer risk and costs," says Ed Cummings of Mountain Collision Centre in Hamilton, ON, who has used these programs in the past.

For more information on grants and incentives please see and select your province. Members of various associations can also receive a free copy of the "Dollars and Sense - A guide to Apprenticeship Supports" booklet that explains all the programs.


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