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MARCH 15 2023 - 2PM ET

BroadENing Bodywork

Understanding trade equivelency testing and the skill shortage

what you'll hear:

The collision repair shops of Canada have positions to fill, but few young industry reps to fill them. We’re in need of widespread efforts to promote collision repair—how can trade equivalency testing and certification aid the problem?

Tune in LIVE on Wednesday, March 15 at 2 p.m. ET for a panel discussing the details of trade equivalency testing in Canadian provinces and how experienced, out-of-country workers fit into Canada’s collision repair sector.

STATE OF SKILLs

A status report on the skills shortage across Canada. What's working and what's not working, discussed live on-the-air.

ON-THE-FLOOR EXPERIENCE

Collision franchise reps share shop experiences re: hiring skilled foreign workers.

IMMIGRATION INFO

The ins-and-outs of hiring foreign, experienced workers in your collision centre, straight from Skills Ontario and immigration experts.

must-knows

The must-know trends in attracting—and keeping—skilled staff on board.

panellists

Dominic Machado, Supervisor of Registration and Assessments at Skilled Trades Ontario
Monit Soni, Principal Consultant of Jet Immigration Ltd. and Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant
Nimo Abdulkadir, Director of Programs, Tropicana Community Services
Allison Rogers, Editor of Collision Repair Magazine

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