Meet the Faculty

Welcome to the Motor Vehicle Trades Department

We are a large vibrant department that provides Automotive Service Technician, Heavy Mechanical Trades and RV Service Technician pre-apprenticeship programs and Automotive Service Technician, Diesel Engine Mechanic, Heavy Duty Equipment Technician, Transport Trailer Technician, Truck & Transport Mechanic and RV Service Technician Apprenticeships.

We have highly skilled instructors and shops that are not only newly renovated but also equipped with latest technology training aids and equipment.  If you 

 
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN INSTRUCTORS

Cam McRobb, RSE

C. McRobb
  • Department Chairperson
  • Instructor for Automotive Service Technician entry level and apprenticeship programs.
  • Instructor for Automotive Service Advisor program
  • 9 years teaching experience
  • 20 years experience in automotive industry
  • Holder of numerous specialized certificates, including ASE Master Technician


Jamie Bloomfield, ID, RSE

J. Bloomfield

 

  • Instructor of Automotive Service Technician 3rd and 4th year apprenticeship program
  • 14 years teaching experience
  • 20 years automotive industry experience
  • Holder of numerous specialized and upgrading certificates
  • ASE Master Technician certified

 

Corey Bransfield, RSE

Automotive Service Instructor
  • Substitute instructor for the Automotive Service Technician entry level and apprenticeship programs.
  • 2 years teaching experience
  • 10 years automotive industry experience
  • Holder of numerous specialized certificates

 

 Davor Kacic, RSE

Automotive Service Technician Instructor

 

 

HEAVY MECHANICAL TRADES INSTRUCTORS

Mark Scorah, CTIP, ID, HDIP 

Heavy Duty Mechanic Instructor

 

  • Instructor in the Heavy Duty/Commercial Transport Mechanics program
  • 6 years teaching experience
  • 25 years industry experience
  • Background in commercial transport dealerships and in heavy duty marine and logging industries

 

 

 

 



 



Doug Noble, CTIP, HDIP, AGIP, ID
 

Heavy Duty Commercial Transport Instructor

  

  • Instructor in the Heavy Duty Apprenticeship
  • 5 years teaching experience
  • 14 years of field experience in the Forestry and Construction sector
  • Red Seal in Heavy Duty, Commercial Ttransport and Agricultural.

 

 

 

 








The automotive service technician trade is approved for certification. This means that someone entering the trade could apply for work virtually in all regions in Canada. Think of the possibilities. With the mobility of our society, the automobile has become a necessity. As long as we drive vehicles, we will require qualified repair technicians to service them. The mechanics of yesterday are becoming very sophisticated service technicians for today and the future.

The automotive industry has changed from very basic transportation to some of the most complex systems of all trades. Computerized systems in the vehicles are now a norm rather than the exception. Computers can operate anything from the engine timing and fuel system management to the position of the seats and mirrors. Where will the technology take us in the future?

The automotive service technician trade is approved for certification. This means that someone entering the trade could apply for work virtually in all regions in Canada. Think of the possibilities. With the mobility of our society, the automobile has become a necessity. As long as we drive vehicles, we will require qualified repair technicians to service them. The mechanics of yesterday are becoming very sophisticated service technicians for today and the future.

The automotive industry has changed from very basic transportation to some of the most complex systems of all trades. Computerized systems in the vehicles are now a norm rather than the exception. Computers can operate anything from the engine timing and fuel system management to the position of the seats and mirrors. Where will the technology take us in the future?

The automotive service technician trade is approved for certification. This means that someone entering the trade could apply for work virtually in all regions in Canada. Think of the possibilities. With the mobility of our society, the automobile has become a necessity. As long as we drive vehicles, we will require qualified repair technicians to service them. The mechanics of yesterday are becoming very sophisticated service technicians for today and the future.

The automotive industry has changed from very basic transportation to some of the most complex systems of all trades. Computerized systems in the vehicles are now a norm rather than the exception. Computers can operate anything from the engine timing and fuel system management to the position of the seats and mirrors. Where will the technology take us in the future?

The automotive service technician trade is approved for certification. This means that someone entering the trade could apply for work virtually in all regions in Canada. Think of the possibilities. With the mobility of our society, the automobile has become a necessity. As long as we drive vehicles, we will require qualified repair technicians to service them. The mechanics of yesterday are becoming very sophisticated service technicians for today and the future.

The automotive industry has changed from very basic transportation to some of the most complex systems of all trades. Computerized systems in the vehicles are now a norm rather than the exception. Computers can operate anything from the engine timing and fuel system management to the position of the seats and mirrors. Where will the technology take us in the future?

The automotive service technician trade is approved for certification. This means that someone entering the trade could apply for work virtually in all regions in Canada. Think of the possibilities. With the mobility of our society, the automobile has become a necessity. As long as we drive vehicles, we will require qualified repair technicians to service them. The mechanics of yesterday are becoming very sophisticated service technicians for today and the future.

The automotive industry has changed from very basic transportation to some of the most complex systems of all trades. Computerized systems in the vehicles are now a norm rather than the exception. Computers can operate anything from the engine timing and fuel system management to the position of the seats and mirrors. Where will the technology take us in the future?

The automotive service technician trade is approved for certification. This means that someone entering the trade could apply for work virtually in all regions in Canada. Think of the possibilities. With the mobility of our society, the automobile has become a necessity. As long as we drive vehicles, we will require qualified repair technicians to service them. The mechanics of yesterday are becoming very sophisticated service technicians for today and the future.

The automotive industry has changed from very basic transportation to some of the most complex systems of all trades. Computerized systems in the vehicles are now a norm rather than the exception. Computers can operate anything from the engine timing and fuel system management to the position of the seats and mirrors. Where will the technology take us in the future?