Monday, May 31, 2010

Fresh off a win here is Tim Norris's Race Schedule

After last weeks win you may be inclined to come out and cheer Tim on, and witness the action. If interested here is a link to Tim's race schedule. GOOD LUCK #88!!!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Sun at Sunset

After the first rain out of the year. The drivers are all excited to head to Sunset. We hope the weatherman brings us sun and nice weather. Come out and see us May 29 and see the hot new race car.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Becoming a Certified Horticultural Technician

April showers not only bring May flowers, but they also create jobs! Horticultural technician apprenticeships are popping up all over This untraditional trade is becoming more and more popular among employers and job seekers alike, and why not? In 2007, Canadians spent $8.1 billion on landscape and garden products!
Becoming a certified horticultural technician involves 4000 - 6000 hours (2-3 years) of on the job and 2 in-school components (8 weeks basic level and a 12 week advanced level). While the minimum entry grade is grade 12, both GED and ACE are now accepted as equivalents. This service sector skilled trade can lead to a career in such growth industries as landscape, horticulture, construction, maintenance, irrigation, lighting and lawn care.
To read more about the horticultural technician apprenticeship, please visit About Trades on For additional info, check out horttrades apprenticeship. To search our job bank and apply for apprenticeship positions, please register and post your resume on!

Monday, May 3, 2010

Find out more about some fantastic Financial Incentives for Apprentices and Employers

Check out this PDF to find more about some of the fantastic Financial Incentives one of them being up to $40,000 in tax credits available for training an apprentice.......

signing bonuses, completion bonus, Red Seal Bonus, loans for tools, and tool cost writeoffs

link to appsearch site