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2020/2021 Training Program

Our 2020/2021 Training program will consist of 10 webinars presented monthly on 3 different dates to accommodate your schedule. Webinars will run the second week of each month on Tuesday at 4:00 pm, Tuesday at 7:00 pm and Saturday morning at 9:00 am. Each registered participant will receive a video copy of the webinar after the Saturday class. Only registered participants will receive the video. Each participant will receive a workbook prior to the start of the class.

For Information, class descriptions and registration information please follow the link below.

For class information and registration click on this link

This program qualifies for the COJG job grant. Information can be found on this program by searching COJG job grant or following the link below. The application is at the bottom of the page.

Link to GOJG Information and Application

If you have any questions please feel free to ask your B&B DIXON sales representative or call Jeff at 905-895-51843-395 Harry Walker Pkwy.
Newmarket, ON
L3Y 7B3
Phone: 905-895-5184
Fax: 905-895-8237
Email:jenglish@bbdixon.com

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AIA is a national trade association representing the automotive aftermarket industry in Canada. The aftermarket is a $18.7 billion industry that employs more than 420,200 people. The industry is composed of companies that manufacture, distribute and install automotive replacement parts, accessories, tools, and equipment.

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Be Car Care Aware is a consumer education campaign about the benefits of regular vehicle care, maintenance and repair. The campaign's goal is to build awareness and knowledge to prepare consumers to make sensible decisions about their vehicles. Built around three key message areas of dependability and safety, protecting the environment and enhancing and maintaining vehicle value, the campaign is spearheaded by Car Care Canada.CFIB creates a better future for Canadian entrepreneurs. Taking direction only from its members since 1971 - over 107,000 nationwide small- and medium-sized businesses in every sector - CFIB has a strong and influential voice at all levels of government. In 2005, Uni-Select introduced its SelectAutoXpert (SAX) program in Canada. This program was designed for the repair shops that want to remain completely independent but still purchase a certain amount of products from a Uni-Select member. The repair shop can thus benefit from multiple advantages by signing up with this program.The Specialist banner was created in 1991, and is associated with over 300 repair shops across Canada. In today's highly competitive marketplace, The Specialist banner allows repair shops to benefit from enhanced productivity and profitability. While remaining independent within a nationally recognized banner, repair shops can benefit from an array of tools to help them meet their goals.