FIX AUTO FREDERICTON TEAM ACHIEVES RED SEAL CERTIFICATION
Red Seal recognition is a powerful endorsement of technicians’ superior knowledge of complex automobile repairs
HALIFAX (Nova Scotia), December 16, 2020 – Mark Weeks, Regional Vice-President (Atlantic) for Fix Network, has announced that technicians at the Fix Auto Fredericton location in New Brunswick are now Red Seal certified – an important recognition that endorses their superior knowledge of the most complex automotive repair technologies.
Ryan Wilson, owner of Fix Auto Fredericton, and Corey Etheridge, General Manager, are strong believers in processes that can build credibility for their facility and teams, especially among customers and insurance companies. Investing in advanced repair equipment and skilled technicians has therefore taken priority at the five-year-old facility.
“Learning never stops at Fix Auto Fredericton,” says Etheridge. “We take our training and certifications very seriously and want our technicians to have the most superior knowledge and training available. In this regard, the Red Seal certification is an important endorsement that increases our team’s credibility and makes us stand out from the rest.”
Introduced to assess the skills of tradespeople across Canada, the Red Seal program is developed by the federal government along with the provinces and indicates that the candidate has demonstrated the knowledge required for the national standard in that trade. While not mandatory, the Red Seal endorsement promotes excellence to employers, instills pride in skilled workers, and facilitates labour mobility.
To be certified, candidates have to pass a stringent examination process developed in cooperation with the regulatory bodies, apprenticeship training and professional certification organizations in each province or territory. Preparing for the Red Seal certification involves a great deal of time and effort.
Over the past year, Fix Auto Fredericton has been encouraging its team to take the Red Seal examinations. The Red Seal certification, they believe, will give their customers complete peace of mind to know that their vehicles are in the safe hands of the Fix Auto Fredericton team.
Since 2015, Fix Auto Fredericton has emerged as a one-stop destination in New Brunswick for advanced collision repair. Spread over 14,800 square feet, the facility houses state-of-the-art finishing booths, REVO infrared drying equipment, digital measuring, squeeze type resistances spot welding, aluminum repair equipment, plastic repair equipment, paint-less repair, glass repair and 3M paint protection film.
Congratulating the team, Mark Weeks, Regional Vice President-Atlantic for Fix Network, says, “Fix Auto Fredericton has an amazing team of inspired technicians who consider continuous learning a critical part of their corporate culture. With their latest achievement, they have taken their game to another level altogether and distinguished themselves from other collision repairers in the region.”
ABOUT FIX AUTO
Fix Auto is part of the Fix Network which is Canada’s largest automotive aftermarket services provider. Celebrating more than 27 years of excellence, each Fix Auto centre is owned and operated locally offering hassle-free care and services that return vehicles to their pre-collision luster and performance. With over 285 locations in Canada and 675 points of service worldwide, Fix Auto is the premier global body shop network. For more information, visit fixauto.com.
ABOUT FIX NETWORK
Fix Network is a global leader in the automotive aftermarket services sector, consisting of Fix Auto, NOVUS Glass, ProColor Collision, Speedy Auto Service and SRP brands. Our locally owned and operated collision, glass and mechanical repair facilities offer hassle-free vehicle care and services. Our company and our network continue to grow nationally and globally, thanks to a solid foundation based on entrepreneurship and innovation. With over 2,000 points of service around the world, Fix Network is the premier global automotive aftermarket services solution. For more information, visit www.fixnetwork.com.
Director, Global Communications