I-CAR Collision Repair Training | United States
Collision Repair Training  |  United States


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ASE Test Preparation

I-CAR training programs prepare collision repair professionals for ASE certification tests. To help participants better prepare for the ASE-certification tests, I-CAR has identified programs for each of the collision tests. A properly-trained automotive professional that has also completed the appropriate ASE certification(s) provides the credentials that give the vehicle owner confidence that their vehicle can be properly repaired.


B2 Painting And Refinishing

Corrosion Protection CPS01
Hazardous Materials, Personnel Safety, And Refinish Safety WKR01
Trim And Hardware TRM01
Detailing REF04
Refinishing Equipment And VOC Regulations REF01
Surface Preparation And Masking REF02
Color Theory, Application, Tinting, And Blending REF03

B3 Non-Structural Analysis And Damage Repair

Cosmetic Straightening Steel STS01
Bolted-On Part Replacement EXT01
Movable Glass GLA01
Plastic Welding Repair PLA01
Plastic Adhesive Repair PLA02
Steel GMA (MIG) Welding WCS01
Welded And Adhesively Bonded Panel Replacement EXT02

B4 Structural Analysis And Repair

Frontal Impact Analysis DAM02
Steel GMA (MIG) Welding WCS01
Stationary Glass GLA02
Measuring MEA01
Structural Straightening Steel SSS01
Steel Unibody Front And Rear Rails, Floors, And Front Structure SPS01
Steel Unibody A-, B-, C-, D-Pillars, And Rocker Panels SPS02
Steel Full-Frame Sectioning SPS03

B5 Electrical And Mechanical Components

Electrical Circuits And DVOM Usage ELE01
Air Conditioning AIR01
Heating And Cooling Systems HEA01
Suspension Systems STE02
Rack And Pinion And Parallelogram Steering Systems STE03
Wheel Alignment And Diagnostic Angles STE04
Restraints RES01
Anti-Lock Brakes And Traction Control Systems ABR01

B6 Damage Analysis And Estimating

Fundamentals Of Collision Repair FCR01
Vehicle Identification, Estimating Systems, And Terminology DAM01
Frontal Impact Analysis DAM02
Mechanical Systems Analysis DAM03
Restraints, Interior, Glass, Side And Rear Impact Analysis DAM04
Trim And Hardware TRM01
Restraints RES01

ASE test registration information can be obtained by visiting the ASE web site, by calling the ASE toll-free information line at 877.ASE.TECH or ASE customer service at 703.669.6600, or by writing to:

ASE-Certified Training ProviderASE
101 Blue Seal Dr., S.E., Suite 101
Leesburg, VA 20175


For more information on I-CAR training programs, visit the online class schedules section, or call I-CAR customer care at 800.422.7872.


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