Program Overview

There is a strong need for workers in all aspects of the Auto Body Repair industry in Saskatchewan.  This is a 10-week program designed to prepare Indigenous learners who are interested in a career path into this industry. The program consists of eight weeks of training and two weeks of direct work experience.  This program provides students with an understanding of the many job possibilities and related requirements for employment in the industry, as well as providing some basic hands-on skills development.  Students also develop individual career action plans that guide them while achieving their career goals.


Admission Requirements:

  • Minimum academic requirement:  Grade 10.
  • Non-academic requirement:  Class 5 driver’s license.
  • Applications require recent high school transcripts, Social Insurance Number, and copies of any other certificates listed on their résumé.  Applicants with lower academic credentials may be considered.  If an applicant does not have the completed academic requirement, an entrance test may need to be taken to show a comparable level of academic skills.  Other considered factors include work history, life experience, attitude, and potential for success in the program.

Career Opportunities:

  • Graduates will find entry-level work in the auto body repair industry.
  • Graduates may also apply to further specific skill development training initiatives for the auto body repair industry.

Length of Program: 

  • Minimum of 10 weeks

Graduation Document:  Applied Certificate

  • Students must pass all courses in the program to graduate.  The assessment method is pass/fail.