Surrey’s Automotive Training Centres Campus Hosts Second Annual Car Show

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Automotive Training Centres in Surrey hosts a second car show on August 10th, after last year’s success.

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Automotive Training Centres (ATC) in Surrey, BC is pleased to celebrate the success of last summer’s first annual Automotive Training Centre Car Show with a second one on Saturday, August 10th from 9am to 2pm on ATC’s campus, 12160 88th Avenue.

Car lovers can discover the beauty of well-made vintage cars or get inspired by the detail of a restored, classic car while sharing a passion for everything automotive at this family friendly outing. There will also be plenty of activities with face painting for the kids, door prizes and food.

This car show will give enthusiasts the chance to share their knowledge of everything automotive or simply showcase a custom or vintage car. This event will also give car lovers who have been considering auto careers the opportunity to talk to industry professionals, current students and graduates of the car sales training, auto mechanic program or other auto related programs. Interested potential students will also be able to familiarize themselves with the ATC campus along with automotive mechanics shop and auto body repair facilities, as the car show will be held on-campus.

With a high retention rate of 92 percent, ATC prepares students for an automotive career with a range of programs that includes:

  •     Automotive Service Technician
  •     Auto Body Collision Estimators
  •     Collision Repair Trades
  •     Auto Sales & Leasing
  •     Automotive Business Managers
  •     Dispatching & Transportation
  •     Operations Parts & Warehousing
  •     Auto Service Operations

ATC also offers part- and full-time studies, with programs lasting six to forty-two weeks. With campuses in Surrey, Montreal, Toronto and Cambridge, ATC’s program design allows for there to be a constant intake of new students every few weeks, and combines classroom learning with projects that stimulate the sort of challenges and responsibilities they will deal with as part of their future, as well as preparing them to complete the path of a certified auto mechanic apprenticeship.

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