Registered students have the opportunity to attempt the following course assessments online:
OMVIC's Certification Course is the first mandatory program for dealers and salespersons in Canada. New applicants for registration must complete the OMVIC Certification Course which is offered through the Automotive Business School of Canada (ABSC) at Georgian College in Barrie.
Individuals who successfully pass the Automotive Certification Course and become registered with OMVIC as well as current registrants who successfully complete the MVDA Key Elements Course earn and are entitled to use the designation “C.A.L.E. – Certified in Automotive Law and Ethics.”
The MVDA Key Elements course is designed for 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.
You will be required to download Oliver’s Digital Lock. This is an application to ensure the integrity of the exams by restricting other computers from being able to access your computer and your computer being able to access other websites while doing your exam. During the entire exam, your communications will be restricted to our exam servers.
Please enter the exam, then click on the video camera icon on the top right corner of the browser window.
An info box will pop-up. Within the info box, click the “Manage” button on the bottom left.
You will be directed to a screen that will list options for you to select as the camera. Select a camera that is facing you.
Successful completion of this course does not mean you are registered as a salesperson or dealer with OMVIC. Individuals must submit an application to OMVIC in order to apply to become a registered salesperson or dealer. Please visit OMVIC’s website for more information: www.omvic.on.ca.
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.