OAKVILLE, Ontario - PCDI Canada has upgraded its Motorcycle Mechanics training program by adding a one year Enthusiast Membership in the Canadian Motorcycle Association to the program at no extra charge. Students enrolling in the program on or after February 6, 2016 will be eligible for the membership.
"Our goal is to help connect our students to the field in which they have an interest, "Michael Scott, General Manager of PCDI Canada said. "We do that by providing high quality, affordable and accessible training in a wide range of fields. But another way we can help our students is to integrate into our programs memberships in organizations that represent the interests of particular trades, professions and other interest groups. This can help our students by connecting them with other people who have similar interests and demonstrating their interest to potential employers. As well, memberships such as these often entitle members to discounts on services, merchandise and travel that can benefit members in a very tangible way."
PCDI Canada, based in Oakville, Ontario, is the Canadian division of Ashworth College, a leading US distance educator based in Norcross, Georgia. PCDI has been serving Canadians since 1987.
The Canadian Motorcycle Association is Canada's national organization for motorcyclists. Its goal is to encourage and develop motorcycling for the benefit of its near 10000 members. It was founded in 1946 and is based in Hamilton, Ontario.