For additional information about the Collision Repair Education Foundation and efforts to support secondary and post-secondary collision repair programs nationwide visit them online at: www.CollisionEducationFoundation.org.
Repair professionals will find information on how to identify where parts of the hybrid or electric system are located, how to disable the system before beginning a repair, welding best practices and refinish precautions.
I-CAR’s Live Demo course, Documentation and Digital Photography (DOC01), will train industry professionals in an interactive shop setting where they will use their own cameras to simulate documentation and digital photography best practices.
This year’s Conference picks up I-CAR’s technology advancement discussion started at the company’s 2013 Conference and will provide executives and leaders across the industry further insight into the challenges and opportunities surrounding the...
In support of its commitment to excellence and consumer safety, MetLife Auto & Home is encouraging all of its MetLife Auto & Home Concierge Auto Repair ExperienceSM ("CARE") network repair shops, to achieve Gold Class, the industry standard for training...
The Atlanta I-CAR Volunteer Committee awarded a $9,000 student scholarship to James Perez of Maxwell High School of Technology (Lawrenceville, Ga.) through the Collision Repair Education Foundation this spring.
Collision industry comes to the aid of its' future workforce in 2011 by providing donations to secondary and post-secondary collision school programs and their students through the Collision Repair Education Foundation.