Picture yourself in an exciting career as an automotive or motorcycle mechanic! As a graduate of our programs, you will gain the skills to repair and maintain many different brands and models of street, off-road, and sport vehicles.
Programs We Offer!
Automotive Service Technician Apprenticeship
Automotive Service Technicians adjust, test and repair engines, steering systems, braking systems, drive trains, vehicle suspensions, electrical systems and air-conditioning systems, and do wheel alignments. In large shops, they sometimes specialize in repairing, rebuilding and servicing specific parts (e.g., transmissions, engines, electrical components, etc.). In smaller shops, automotive service technicians may work on a wider variety of repair jobs.
- Possible Careers Include: Automotive mechanic, automotive instructor, service manager, entrepreneur
Harley-Davidson® Technician Certificate
GPRC is home to the only authorized training centre in Canada for Harley-Davidson® motorcycles. In this 15-week program, we provide quality training to produce the finest technicians for authorized Harley-Davidson® retailers across Canada. Our modern facilities are combined with top-quality instruction and current curriculum.
- Possible Careers Include: Harley-Davidson® Technician
Motorcycle Mechanic Apprenticeship
Through a combination of on-the-job and classroom training, students will gain the expertise needed to become a skilled tradesperson. Motorcycle mechanics' duties include assembly, pre-delivery, inspection, maintenance, repair and restoration of motorcycles and other multi-wheeled lightweight all-terrain vehicles that have astride seating and handlebar controls.
- Possible Careers Include: Motorcycle mechanic, multi-wheeled lightweight all-terrain vehicle mechanic
Motorcycle Mechanic Certificate
As a Motorcycle Mechanic, you repair and maintain many different brands and models of street, off-road, and dual sport bikes. This popular program gives you the required experience to land your first job. Our students 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.
Graduates of this program may have the opportunity to challenge the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training (AIT) exams for first and second year Motorcycle Mechanic.
- Possible Careers Include: Motorcycle mechanic, small engine repair
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