Did you know that by 2040 all new light-duty cars and trucks sold in B.C. must be zero-emission?
BC is leading the charge for electric vehicles. Skilled technicians will power this change.
To date B.C. has more than 60,000 light-duty Electric Vehicles on the road, and the number is growing steadily. To support this growing EV fleet, B.C. is building a robust EV infrastructure. And that starts with training technicians in regions across B.C.
Check out the Electric Vehicle Micro-Credential at Camosun College taught by Patrick Jones, recent recipient of the Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship (CCDA) Award for Excellence in Apprenticeship Education.
Patrick is an automotive enthusiast, an award-winning Instructor, and Program Leader in the Camosun College Automotive Department. He is a Red-Seal Certified Automotive Technician, and teaches all levels of the ITA Automotive Service Technician Program. He has a BC Provincial Instructor Diploma, and received a masters degree in post secondary curriculum and instruction. He focuses his professional development on electric propulsion and advanced vehicle technologies. He has completed numerous programs through FutureTech Auto, most recently completing the Electrified Transportation Pro+ Level 1 Trainer Certification Program in Michigan. Patrick is passionate about automobiles and education and is dedicated to supporting students in their learning and future success.
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