Calgary, Alberta — Fix Network Canada is proud to announce the grand opening of its third training centre in Calgary, Alberta.
Recognizing the automotive industry’s need for continuous learning and development as well as the need for skilled technicians in the automotive repair industry, Fix Network Canada originally launched its first training centre in Milton, Ontario in 2019, and then added another 6,000 square foot centre in Blainville, Quebec in 2020.
With the addition of this third training centre, the company aims to continue supporting technicians of industry leaders in collision repair, auto glass repair and replacement and automotive mechanical repair.
“The automotive aftermarket industry is undergoing rapid changes as customer expectations evolve and vehicles become more technologically advanced,” said Sylvain Seguin, president of Fix Network Canada.
“Our training programs cover all facets of the repair process, ensuring participants are well-equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary for excellence. By investing in the development and ongoing training of skilled technicians, Fix Network Canada aims to contribute to the growth and sustainability of the aftermarket auto repair industry.”
The Calgary facility includes industry-leading equipment such as a Car-O-Liner frame machine, Hunter wheel alignment systems, GFS spray booths, ADAS equipment and more.
With two classrooms, welding facilities, and a focus on maintaining a clean, high-tech environment, the training centre is designed to provide a comprehensive learning experience.
Fix Network Canada will offer courses in nearly every segment of automotive repair at the new facility including estimating, repair planning, parts procurement, ADAS training, plastic welding and adhesive repair, and 3D measuring.
Collision Repair mag was lucky enough to get a sneak peek at the facility this past September, as Fix Network lent the facility for our cross-Canada EV Repair Tour. Check out our photos from that event below.