Motorcycle Technician

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Program Code: 8640

School: School of Transportation

Credential: Apprenticeship

Program Type: Traditional apprenticeship program

Program Length: In-school session of 8 weeks

Start Date: Fall

Location: Ashtonbee Campus


Telephone: 416-289-5000, ext.7338

The Motorcycle Technician Apprenticeship program at Centennial College gives you the advantage of both in-school and on-the-job training.

During the class sessions of the transportation apprenticeship program, you are required to successfully complete the following Motorcycle Technician courses:

  • Power Trains
  • Fuels/Electrical
  • Engines
  • Applied Work Practices
  • Brakes & Chassis
  • Frames & Suspension

The actual duration of this School of Transportation program is determined by how quickly you acquire the on-the-job competencies.

To be eligible for the Motorcycle Technician Apprenticeship program, you must currently be employed as an apprentice.

Semester 1
Course Code Course Title Location
APMC-101 Applied Work Practices Ashtonbee Campus
APMC-102 Engines Ashtonbee Campus
APMC-104 Fuels/Electrical Ashtonbee Campus
APMC-105 Power Trains Ashtonbee Campus
APMC-106 Brakes & Chassis Ashtonbee Campus
Semester 2
Course Code Course Title Location
APMC-301 Applied Work Practices Ashtonbee Campus
APMC-302 Engines Ashtonbee Campus
APMC-304 Fuels/Electrical Ashtonbee Campus
APMC-305 Power Trains Ashtonbee Campus
APMC-306 Frames and Suspension Ashtonbee Campus

Program Highlights

  • This Motorcycle Technician training delivers an earn-while-you-learn training approach that gears the in-school training to your on-the-job experience.
  • Professors with extensive, current industry experience teach in this offering, which includes plenty of hands-on training in state-of-the-art facilities at the province's largest transportation training centre.
  • You may qualify for income support while in school, through Employment Insurance Canada benefits or training allowance.

Career Outlook

  • Motorcycle mechanic
  • Transportation equipment mechanic
  • Specialized motorcycle mechanic
  • Motorcycle technician

Academic Requirements

  • Eligibility is determined by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
  • Applicants must be formally employed as apprentices, must be currently employed in the trade, and must be released by employers to attend the program.

You cannot apply directly to the College for admission to a traditional apprenticeship. You must first be currently employed as an apprentice.

To register, please contact the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.


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