By CRM Staff
Peterborough, Ontario -- December 6, 2017 -- The latest issue of Bodyworx Professional is now available in digital format. The newest edition looks at education, with a particular focus on some of the greatest opportunities available for students today.
This issue's cover story looks at Cecile Bukmeier, the accomplished National Skills Champion and Teacher at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT). Her inspiring story is one of teaching young students that they can achieve anything they want in the auto repair industry. “Nothing is impossible,” is the message Bukmeier is trying to teach her students. Encouraging young people into trades is a nation-wide problem, but Bukmeier is helping to make students feel more confident.
The focus on education continues with our very first school spotlight supplement. The handy feature looks at the information you need on all of the autobody repair programs across Canada. With this information, we hope we can set you off with a great start in the industry.
Winnipeg's Ashley Weber represented Canada in automotive painting at the WorldSkills competition in Abu Dhabi. We sat down with her to find out how she prepared for the competition and what her future holds.
The recent SEMA Show in Las Vegas brought together more than 70,000 industry stakeholders from across the globe. We take a look at some of the hottest events of the show, including the annual career day for students, the best products on display and some of the hottest cars showcased at the Battle of the Builders.
Collision Repair magazine also took some time to look at the Porsche 911 that won this year’s Pfaff Automotive annual “8 Hours of Passion” competition. Teams of technicians created their own unique vehicle before racing them at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park Driver Development Track in Clarington, Ontario.
To read these features, as well as much much more, please view our digital magazine.