I-CAR Press Room : 2016


The automotive industry is undergoing a transformative shift – also known as the “Technical Tsunami™” – with an estimated 142 new or redesigned vehicle models hitting the road in 2015 alone. These changes, which include new designs, materials and manufacturing methods mean that the training today’s collision repairer professionals receive is critical for complete, safe and quality repairs.


I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, has announced that it will launch three new courses in the first quarter of 2016: MIG brazing, rivet bonding, and Honda & Acura electrical system repair. The new MIG brazing and rivet bonding courses are part of I-CAR’s new Hands-On Skills Development program, a new line of courses that are hands-on and conducted in-shop, while the electrical repair course is the fourth installment in an online series focused on Honda and Acura vehicles. All three courses have been specifically designed to provide collision repair technicians with cutting-edge techniques that target today’s innovative vehicles.

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