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Centennial College's heavy equipment service program is first in Toronto to be accredited by AED

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Centennial College’s term of AEDF accreditation is five years, starting this month and going through December of 2026.

The AED Foundation (AEDF) has accredited the Heavy Equipment Service Technology program at Centennial College. This program is the first program in Toronto to be accredited by The AED Foundation.

"We are pleased that Centennial College has chosen to demonstrate its commitment to academic excellence and continuous improvement through the process of accreditation," stated The AED Foundation President Brian McGuire. "Your accreditation signifies to equipment industry stakeholders that your school continues to meet rigorous industry-specific national construction equipment technical standards. It further signifies to current and prospective students that your program provides the best in diesel-equipment technical education as defined by the industry it serves."

Centennial College's term of AEDF accreditation is five years, starting December, 2021, and going through December of 2026. 

"It's my great honour to congratulate Centennial College for this significant accomplishment," stated AED Chairman Craig Drury Vice President of Operations for Vermeer Canada. "Our AED Foundation's accredited colleges are the cornerstone of our efforts in Canada and the U.S. as we work to solve the workforce shortage in our industry."

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