The Auto Glass division (AGD) represents the interest of auto glass repair businesses in B.C. By serving on the ICBC auto glass liaison committee, the AGD provides input on behalf of the industry to ICBC policies, such as standards of performance, shop labour, parts and materials rates. The AGD is proud of its Certified Auto Glass Service program (CAGS), an industry-led initiative to certify auto glass service providers who achieve and maintain the highest standards in product expertise, customer service, and business practices, thereby ensuring that consumers can have peace of mind when they require auto glass repair and replacement services.
AGD Exectutive Committee
Jeff Peat, Capital Glass, Victoria and Sidney
Cam Leslie, All-West Glass, Prince George
Mike Rigby, Sunshine Glass & Mirror Ltd., Penticton
Mike Weys, Haymack Auto Glass & Upholstery, Langley
Steve Bozzard, Crystal Glass (Branch #108), Maple Ridge
Tyler Fuller, Leading Edge Glass, Kelowna
AGD Contact Information:
AGD Frequently Asked Questions
Answer: In B.C., an individual can become certified as an automotive glass technician by completing the Automotive
Glass Technician apprenticeship program (“Apprenticeship pathway”) or by challenging the certification
(“Challenge pathway”). We have provided detailed instructions in the article here.
Answer: Yes – the ARA has launched an employment website at AutoCareersBC.ca that includes career profiles, links to training resources, and a job bank where employers can post job vacancies.
Automotive Glass Division News
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The ARA has introduced certification programs to raise the level of industry professionalism in the areas of automotive glass, collision repair, automotive recycling, and towing. …