I-CAR will offer multiple Professional Development Program (PDP) training courses during Industry Week in Detroit, July 31 through August 2. PDP training opportunities at NACE will provide some of I-CAR’s newest courses, including the 2015 Ford F-150 Structural Repair Training Course (FOR06).
FOR06 opened to the entire industry on June 1. Collision repair training experts at I-CAR worked alongside Ford Motor Company engineers during the 2015 Ford F-150 design and development process, leveraging I-CAR’s expertise to create a training solution, FOR06, for collision repair professionals who will work on the next generation of Ford’s extremely popular truck. The FOR06 course, in conjunction with I-CAR’s Welding Training and Certifcation: Aluminum GMA (MIG) Welding course also meets the 2015 F150 training requirements for the Ford National Body Shop Program.
“I-CAR is thrilled to bring this line-up of training to NACE during Industry Week. This is an excellent opportunity for I-CAR to reach industry professionals with some of I-CAR’s newest and most exciting courses available,” explained Josh McFarlin, I-CAR director of curriculum and product development.
I-CAR Training Schedule
Thursday, July 31
8 AM – Noon | Full-Frame Partial Replacement (FFR01) – Recently Launched
8 AM – Noon | Steering and Suspension Damage Analysis (DAM06) – Recently Updated
1 PM – 5 PM | Advanced Steering and Suspension Systems Damage Analysis (DAM15) – New Course
1 PM – 5 PM | Sectioning of Steel Unitized Structures (SPS11)
Friday, August 1
8 AM – Noon | New Vehicle Technology and Trends 2014 (NEW14)
8 AM – Noon | Aluminum Exterior Panel Repair and Replacement (APR01) – Premiering during Industry Week!
1 PM – 5 PM | Hazardous Materials, Personal Safety, and Refinish Safety (WKR01)
Saturday, August 2
8 AM – 5 PM | 2015 Ford F-150 Structural Repair Training Course (FOR06) – Recently Open to Entire Industry
“Collision Repair Technicians and Insurance professionals will benefit from the course materials being presented at NACE. This year’s line-up of training includes information on some of the latest repair information and advancements that our industry needs to prepare for as the ‘technical tsunami’ approaches,” said McFarlin.
To register for I-CAR training at NACE, visit www.naceexpo.com. To register for I-CAR training, you must first register for NACE/CARS. You will be able to register for I-CAR training during registration for NACE/CARS by choosing I-CAR Educational Offerings. More information on I-CAR training at NACE can be found on www.i-car.com.