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 General Motors of Canada - ASEP
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SchoolCentennial College
LocationToronto, ON, Canada
School TypeCollege
School SizeFull-time Undergraduate: 24,334
DegreeCertificate
Honours
Co-op
Length1 Year(s)
Entry Grade (%)*
Prerequisites
Prerequisites NotesCentennial College requires students applying to Modified Apprenticeship Programs to present at minimum: OSSD or GED or equivalent. Candidates may apply directly to Centennial College. Please visit centennialcollege.ca for an application form and details. Successful applicants must obtain an employer and then register as a MAP apprentice with the Apprenticeship Branch of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Acceptance is based on successful completion of all entry requirements. Limited space is available in each program. Applicant must be employed by a General Motors of Canada dealership
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DescriptionIn the Automotive Service Technician General Motors of Canada ASEP (MAP 32) program, your training covers all of the latest GM vehicle systems, with an emphasis on diagnosis and repair following recommended GM service procedures. Divided between in-class lessons and on-the-job experience, this transportation program offers the best of both worlds. In this program, you will alternate between the college and your employer for a total of 64 weeks (32 weeks with each). A large portion of your in-class training involves vehicle electrical and electronic systems diagnosis and repair. You will perfect your technical expertise in electronics and the diagnosing of management systems while training with one of North America's top three automakers and a leader in green technologies. The training you receive on GM's fleet will also further your automotive knowledge.

During in-class sessions, you must successfully complete five courses:
- Motor Vehicle Gear Trains
- Electrical/Electronics and Fuel Systems
- Motor Vehicle Engine Systems
- Applied Work Practices and Procedures
- Suspension/Steering and Brakes
Once you finish the Automotive Service Technician General Motors of Canada program, you will progress to on-the-job experience and an apprenticeship with your General Motors employer.

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