Nissan Training

Nissan North America has identified that the I-CAR® Gold Class® designation is a required component for certification with the Nissan Certified Collision Repair Network program.

The I-CAR Gold Class designation ensures quality-trained professionals have the information, knowledge and skills required to perform complete, safe and quality repairs.

Along with complying with all requirements of the program, Nissan Certified Collision Centers must obtain and maintain the I-CAR Gold Class designation through the I-CAR Professional Development Program™.

Online Training Modules

Nissan partnered with I-CAR to offer a series of online training modules specific to the brand. This training opportunity is open to the public but mandatory for shops within the Nissan Certified Collision Repair Network. Certified Collision Centers must have a minimum of 2 technicians pass each of the courses below within 90 days of their certification approval.
Recommended roles to take the course include:

  • Estimator
  • Non-Structural Technician
  • Steel Structural Technician
  • Refinish Technician
  • Aluminum Structural Technician
  • Production Management
  • Electrical/Mechanical Technician
Required Courses:

For more information or questions regarding becoming a Nissan Certified Collision Repair Center, please contact: NNACollisionRepairNetwork@nissan-usa.com or visit www.getnissancertified.com to begin the shop application process. To locate a shop in your area that is Nissan Certified, please utilize the locator tool on collision.nissanusa.com.

Select I-CAR classroom training, online training, brand specific online training, and Welding Training & Certification™ are required components of the Nissan Certified Collision Repair Network.
 

Nissan LEAF® Technologies and Repair Considerations

On November 5, 2018, I-CAR released a course focusing on the new 2018 Nissan LEAF's features and technologies, such as ProPILOT Assist, e-Pedal and other Intelligent Driving features. Calibration procedures for ADAS systems and repair considerations for the body structures, high voltage systems, heating and A/C, electronic cooler systems, and steering and suspension are also discussed. 

Completion of this course is highly rcommended.

To register for this course, click here.

Nissan GT-R® Repair Series

On March 5, 2018, I-CAR released a three-course series on the high-performance Nissan GT-R. The online series contracted by Nissan is part of the Vehicle and Technology Specific Training curriculum. The courses, or prior completion of the discontinued hands-on GT-R training, are required for GT-R Certified Collision Centers.
 
The three courses in the series are offered only in a one-price package. Courses in the package include:

Nissan GT-R®
A review of the GT-R Heritage, vehicle construction and special materials are in the first course. The importance of the GT-R Certified Collision Repair Network is presented.

Nissan GT-R® - Repair Considerations
Topics include damage analysis, structural repair procedures, aluminum and carbon fiber-specific considerations, CELETTE bench requirements and paint considerations.

Nissan GT-R® - Diagnostics
Learn about the importance of diagnostic scanning of the GT-R, safety features offered in the vehicle and electrical considerations.

To register for this package of courses, click here.

Completion of these courses alone does not certify a shop to repair Nissan GT-R vehicles. For more information or questions regarding becoming a GT-R Certified Collision Center, please contact NNACollisionRepairNetwork@nissan-usa.com or visit www.getgtrcertified.com to begin the shop application process. To locate a shop in your area that is GT-R Certified, please visit collision.nissanusa.com.