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Fixed Operation Jobs


ATC’s Fixed Operations Specialist (Automotive) program (Approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005) is actually three programs in one. You will receive a wide angle view of dealer/store operations and management procedures within a dealership, a repair facility, a body shop and a retail parts store.

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This section provides a full expectation of what you can expect after attending ATC’s auto service college Toronto to become a Fixed Operations Specialists. Topics covered include employment opportunities, entry level occupations, opportunities for advancement and typical duties.

Fixed Operations Specialist employment opportunities

  • New Car Dealers
  • Pre-owned car dealerships
  • Retail automotive repair facilities
  • Automotive custom and specialty shops
  • Aftermarket stores
  • Collision repair facilities
  • Insurance companies
  • Heavy Duty Truck Repair facilities
  • Vehicle rental companies
  • Warehouses

Entry level occupations

  • Collision Estimator
  • Insurance Company Estimator
  • Independent Estimator
  • Heavy Duty Estimator
  • Service Consultant
  • Service Advisor
  • Daily Rental Consultant
  • Parts Counter Person
  • Parts Specialist
  • Shipper Receiver
  • Parts Driver
  • Warehousing clerk

Opportunities for advancement

  • Insurance Adjustor
  • Fleet Rental Specialist
  • Assistant Manager
  • Body Shop Manager or Owner
  • Fixed Operations Manager
  • Assistant Manager
  • Service Manager
  • Daily Rental Car Manager
  • Assistant Parts Manager
  • Parts Manager
  • Warehouse manager

Typical duties handled by graduates of ATC’s auto service college Toronto

  • Inspects vehicles to determine the amount of structural, body, mechanical or interior damage using mechanical testing devices, questioning customers about the vehicle’s operations or by visual inspection
  • Calculates cost of labor and parts to fix or replace each affected item and estimate the salvage value of the total vehicle loss
  • Analyzes repair cost estimates
  • Communicates with the collision repair manager or foreman
  • Reviews cost effectiveness of repair versus replacement of parts.
  • Determines fees associated with repainting
  • Fills out insurance claim forms to indicate repair or replacement cost estimates and recommendations
  • Determines feasibility of repair versus pre-accident market value
  • Prepares work orders

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Kevin Holter

The practicum is very important. It is your chance to see how a shop runs and they should all consider it to be the worlds longest job interview. I was hired at Auto West BMW which was a very good success for me and I owe it all too hard work and ATC.

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