I-CAR training courses teach students how to perform collision repairs on motor vehicles, says the organization's website. These courses teach the fundamentals of performing safe high-quality repairs on damaged vehicles.
I-CAR offers several training programs for people interested in pursuing a career in collision repair and for people already working in this field. Its professional development program, welding training course, introduction to collision repair course and other technical programs focus on different areas of automotive repair, depending on the students' professions, skill levels and interests. Corporations, small businesses, technical schools and colleges can use I-CAR courses to train their employees or students.
I-CAR offers live classroom and online training, as well as skills tests to evaluate prior collision repair knowledge. Its courses can also prepare collision repair professionals for other certification tests in the automotive repair industry, such as ASE. I-CAR's website contains a complete catalog of courses for prospective students and has a search tool for locating classes by ZIP code.
I-CAR training is available throughout the United States, and its course content is licensed for use in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, says the company's website. I-CAR works with different areas of the automotive industry, including collision repair, insurance, manufacturers of automotive equipment and related services in order to provide high quality training solutions.