Preparing the Collision Industry for Electric Vehicles
Today’s electric vehicle/hybrid revolution with ADAS features has made training essential.
Audi, I-CAR Continue Expansion Of Training Partnership
Programs include Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV), Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).
Texas State Technical College Students Earn Scholarships, Tool Grants
Texas State Technical College Auto Collision and Management Technology students were recently awarded scholarships and tool grants from the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) Education Foundation and 3M.
Industry Partners, I-CAR Committees Fund $600,000 In School Grants
The Collision Repair Education Foundation announced more than $600,000 in Ultimate Collision Education Makeover school grants supported by donations from industry partners and local I-CAR committee fundraising activities.
Philadelphia I-CAR Committee Raises $46,000 For Collision Repair Education Foundation
The money will support the foundation and local education initiatives to expand the availability of trained, entry-level collision repair technicians.
I-CAR Provides Primer On Park-Assist Systems
Understanding how advanced driver-assistance systems work is a key aspect of diagnosing problems with the technology – and avoiding replacing parts that aren’t causing the system issues.
I-CAR: Full-Body Sectioning Never A Safe Or Viable Repair Option
When repairing a collision-damaged vehicle, full-body sectioning is a no-no – regardless of the situation.
Kingwood Park High School Already Turning Out Platinum Grads Of New I-CAR Curriculum
Twenty-three of his students completed the Into Series within four weeks and are on track to earn Platinum by no later than March 2017.
I-CAR, ASE Collaborate To Align And Build On Training, Curriculum And Certification
The organizations worked to collaborate to better recognize investments made in I-CAR training, related industry work experience and ASE certification testing accomplishments.