Hamilton, Ontario — July 8, 2015 — As the industry gears up for the NACE/CARS event starting on July 21 in Detroit, Michigan, a new opportunity for Ontario collision repair apprentices and students has been announced.
In co-operation with NACE, the CIIA collision repair trade association has announced that a new discounted fee for students and collision repair apprentices of just $25 is now available. The fee includes OEM training sessions that are free of charge and also includes a show floor pass.
Collision repair apprentices and students can obtain a discounted ticket that provides them access to the show floor and the following free OEM training courses:
– GM New Vehicle Technology
– 2015 Ford F-150 Collision Repair
– Chrysler presents Carbon Fiber
– Toyota presents Repair Planning the Toyota Way
– Cadillac CT6 Collision Repair
– Honda and Acura High Strength Steel Repair
To register for the discounted show floor ticket and the free manufacturer’s training courses, please access the front opening page of ciia.com under “CIIA and NACE special offer.”
This is another exciting example of what NACE in Detroit can deliver for students and apprentices looking to improve their educational future working on modern technology.
While at NACE, shop owners can visit CIIA at booth #1242 and enjoy more Canadian events like these presentations sponsored and run by CIIA:
Ontario’s Stolen and Salvage Vehicle program on Wednesday July 22 at 3:30 pm
Why your Shop needs a Vehicle Security Professional on Thursday July 23 at 2:40 pm
For more information, please visit ciia.com.