If you’ve got what it takes…
At www.motorcyclejobs.ca we understand that becoming a motorcycle technician in Canada requires skills training, certification and a love of the motorcycling experience. Please use the resources below to get a head start on your career in the Canadian motorcycle industry. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at www.motorcyclejobs.ca.
Become a motorcycle technician and gain the skills required for this exciting industry. In Canada, there is a shortage of certified technicians for this in-demand field. Train hands-on and learn the industry requirements of the trade
The Motorcycle Technician Apprenticeship program at Centennial College will give you the advantage of both in-school and on-the-job training.
Offering a modern, well equipped shop, we will provide you with the opportunity to be job ready to enter this rewarding trade. Our professionals will share their passion and knowledge with you in this one-year program that focuses on hands-on training.
Learn the assembly, pre-delivery, inspection, maintenance, repair and restoration of motorcycles and other mulit wheeled, lightweight all-terrain vehicles to be an integral part of the movement of materials in a wide variety of industries including agriculture, forestry, health, manufacturing, mining, oil and gas, transportation and retail industries.
If you are looking to begin your career as a Motorcycle Mechanic, or you are a hobbyist looking for professional training, this 12 week program will prepare you in industry procedures for entry level assembly, maintenance, repairs and restoration of motorcycles and multi-wheeled lightweight all-terrain vehicles.
Students will receive training in motorcycle charging, starting and ignition systems, four-stroke tuning and top end diagnosis, inspection and reconditioning procedures, transmissions, crankshaft repair and more. They will also be able to recognize and interpret parts, plus learn how to ship and receive parts and control inventory.
This 20-week harmonized Foundation training program is designed to provide the student with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to enter the trade.
In this program, you learn to use general and specialized hand and shop tools, equipment and hardware. You get the skills to diagnose, service and repair engines, systems and components. You also learn how to carry out business and shop practices to industry standard.
Motorcycle Mechanic – Apprenticeship and Occupational Certification
Motorcycle and All-Terrain Vehicle Mechanics – These individuals maintain and repair recreational and industrial vehicles. They are employed by repair shops, retail stores, and repair companies.