Auto education and careers take centre stage at the 2018 AutoShow

Thursday, February 22, 2018

People browsing at Toronto Auto ShowThe 2018 Canadian International AutoShow in Toronto, presented by the Toronto Star and, is now open to the public at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

In recent years, one of the many features of the AutoShow — which runs till Feb. 25 — has been exhibits and displays that focus on automotive education and automotive careers.

As the retail automobile industry continues to grow and evolve, career opportunities in this sector for men and women of all ages have never been greater.

At this year’s AutoShow, the Trillium Automobile Dealers Association is highlighting many of those careers, along with the educational requirements and guidance for landing a job in this exciting industry.

The TADA will a have a strong presence of interactive and engaging, career-focused programming at this year’s AutoShow. The association’s 700 Level booth will combine promotion of both Career Start and

Information will be available on a wide variety of automotive education pathways, careers in the automotive retail and service industry, and effective methods of best connecting candidates with the car career of their dreams.

In collaboration with Canadian International AutoShow staff, the TADA has created a show-long education program, which will provide information, networking opportunities, and promotion of its initiatives to a larger number of students and school contacts than in previous years.

Our daily Live Stage sessions, which will be broadcast live on CarsandJobs Facebook, will feature some of our key education partners, including Centennial College, Automotive Business School of Canada, and Conestoga College. We will also host groups from the University of Toronto, McMaster University, and the University of Waterloo.

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