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News   February 27, 2006   by Auto Service World

Baja Racer Featured at Centennial College Career Day


Secondary school students attending the Centennial College Industry Career Day tours of the College’s newly refurbished autobody lab, will see a special student-prepared race car.
The college is opening its autobody training and apprenticeship facility to students and shop visitors between 1:00 and 5:00 pm on Tuesday February 28, 2006 as part of a day-long student autobody awareness and evening industry dinner program.
PPG Canada’s CertifiedFirst program is sponsoring the Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School’s entry of a 2005 Scorelite Racer, the entry which came third in its class at the 2005 Baja 1000 road race in Ensaneada, Mexico.
During the afternoon tour times, students can speak with apprenticeship counselors and visit potential employers in the Employers Interview Area. Air bag demonstrations are featured to showcase new technologies with new equipment and services being highlighted, by industry companies.
As an additional incentive, the school that sends the most students to the afternoon events will win a free car for their school’s automotive lab courtesy of Toyota Canada and free frame dimension software from Mitchell International.
Centennial College’s Ashtonbee campus (at Warden Ave, Toronto) is the site of an almost $1 million remodeling of the autobody training and apprenticeship facility.
For more information on participating in the free tours or for evening dinner tickets please contact Maria at 416-289-5000 ext 7310 or John at 1-866-309-4272


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