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Applications are submitted externally through the BCIT website.
Training schedule details provided by the BC Trades Training Consortium (TTC).
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This program satisfies the training standard set by the BC Industry Training Authority (ITA) for:
ITA Source: 'Motorcycle Mechanic (Motorcycle and Power Equipment Technician)' profile.
Motorcycle and Power Equipment Technicians diagnose, repair, adjust and replace engines, drive trains, suspension and electrical systems on small to medium sized power products.
The program combines technical and work-based training. It generally takes four years to complete.
The technical training is made up of four levels totaling 18 weeks. Levels One and Three are 5 weeks each. Levels Two and Four are four weeks each. This block of training is normally delivered through an ITA approved training institution. Sometimes it may also be met through approved training models (distance education, part-time) and/or a level challenge exam.
The work-based training totals 6720 hours. Based on a 30-hour work week this involves 224 weeks of training.
Modules of training are:
Apprenticeship training in this program can lead to a career in:
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