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New! MVDA Key Elements Course

The MVDA Key Elements course is designed for current dealers, managers, and salespeople who have not previously taken the OMVIC Certification Course (i.e. those registered before 1999) and for those who did not take the Certification prior to 2010, when the new MVDA was introduced.


Course Details

Course Content Includes the Following:

  • Premises and Records
  • Contract Requirements
  • Disclosure Requirements
  • Advertising
  • Consumer Protection Act
  • Code of Ethics Regulations

Who should take this course?

  • Registered dealers, managers and salespeople who have not previously taken the OMVIC Certification Course (i.e. those registered before 1999)
  • Registrants who completed the Certification Course prior to 2010 when the new MVDA was introduced

Completing the MVDA Key Elements Course

Students can complete the MVDA Key Elements Course in three ways:


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About the MVDA Key Elements Course Test

  • All questions on the MVDA Key Elements Course test are in multiple-choice format only
  • There are 40 questions and students have 90 minutes to complete the exam
  • Students are required to achieve a minimum of 60 percent on the exam

Testing Locations

  • Self-study students will be required to write the exam at a Georgian College approved testing location
  • Students taking the course as part of, or in conjunction with, the DMPCP will be required to write the exam in-class at the end of the lecture

Note: the KEC exam must be written within 12 weeks of registering for the course


Professional Designation

Registered dealers and salespersons that successfully pass the MVDA Key Elements Course and maintain registration with OMVIC are entitled to use the designation C.A.L.E.-Certified in Automotive Law and Ethics.” Using the C.A.L.E. designation builds trust, strengthens credibility and demonstrates to consumers that dealers and salespeople are proven professionals who have met OMVIC and Georgian College training standards.

 

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