Welcome to Calgary! While passing through on September 27th we will discuss the importance of all things EV . Sign up now for this exciting half-day event!
Cecile Bukmeier is the chair of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology’s autobody program. She has been with NAIT for more than six years, acting as an autobody instructor since 2016. She is also a WorldSkills Expert in Car Painting and has trained several Skills Alberta, Skills Canada and WorldSkills competitors.
Ben Hart instructs Auto Body apprentices at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Calgary Alberta. He has dedicated his career towards the betterment of apprenticeship training through progressive instructional methods and adapting curricula to meet industry demands. Ben advocates for a better future benefiting all stakeholders within the industry.
Involved in the automotive, truck and transport and collision industries for more than 30 years, David Giles currently serves as the president of PoweredEV Training and Consulting. He first started working with high-voltage vehicles in 2004, training repairers and refinishers on hybrid technology sensitivities in the paint booth. Giles also serves as the EV education product specialist for Consulab, where he works to develop EV curriculum for the automotive industry.
As a business development specialist with Assured Performance Network/Certified Collision Care, Whittle and team are focussed on the rapid Canadian expansion of Certified Collision Care, North America’s largest OEM Certification program. The Certified Collision Care program manages and administers the Canadian OEM Collision Repair Certification programs for Ford, Fiat Chrysler, Nissan, Kia, Toyota, Lexus, INFINITI, Hyundai, Genesis, Subaru, Honda, Acura, and VinFast.
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