Being a small business owner is not easy. You can’t afford to attract and keep good employees by offering the kind of benefits large corporations can. In many areas, you find you pay more for less because of your size. As an ATA member, you will gain ‘Strength in numbers’. By becoming a member of the ATA, you will be able to take advantage – at your option – of many programs designed to both save you money and attract and retain good employees.
ATA members sign an agreement when they join stating that they will abide by the association’s Code of Ethics. This is our mutual commitment to maintaining quality standards in the industry. Rules that apply to one member apply to all.
ATA Board forms committees comprised of Officers and/or Members to deal with the most serious issues faced by the repair industry.
The ATA assures its members that they are not alone in the pursuit of a fair and adequate business profit. It is our commitment to be a voice, guide and resource to help fulfill important plans to achieve success to that end.
Frontline ATA involvement centres on General Meetings with fellow repair professionals. The meetings provide you with an opportunity to learn the latest technical, legislative and regulatory developments. These meetings also provide you with opportunities to meet up with others in your industry.
Educational Programs: From time to time the ATA is able to provide relevant training programs and courses to the benefit of our members.
The strength of our numbers, combined with the monitoring function provided by the ATA, works as a force to foster integrity within our industry.
ATA and our members have established high standards of quality that apply to all workmanship, management, and customer service. Together we are working to eliminate unprofessional behaviour in our industry.
The ATA mainly sends information out through email newsletters, alerts or bulletins. Occasionally, items are mailed to members.