What is I-CAR training?
A little bit of History
In the early nineties, auto collision repair techniques and technology were advancing quickly. That is why we made the decision to join I-CAR in 1994, making us a Gold Class shop.
I-CAR, which stands for the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair is a non-profit organization that provides knowledge, skills and information to members of the auto body industry in order to keep them safe while performing quality repairs.
Their mission is to provide accessible, relevant, on-demand knowledge and service solutions for the Collision Repair Inter-Industry while embracing the following core values:
As vehicles evolve and built using more advanced technology and materials, I-CAR training has become invaluable to auto body shops. Gold Class shops or members of I-CAR receive thorough training that addresses finding hidden damage, making the best decisions for a safe repair, the latest in repair procedures and which parts to repair or replace.
Such training is crucial to allowing body shops to safely and effectively adapt with the times and embrace technological breakthroughs in the auto industry. The I-CAR Gold status is a designation of distinction and superior working knowledge recognized by leading insurance companies and industry leaders.
Why is I-CAR training important?
Today, I-CAR continues to advocate for the education, information and knowledge that will advance the collision repair industry and ensure the safety of consumers. By embarking on new consultative relationships and developing cutting-edge training solutions, I-CAR is helping the collision repair industry stay current, focused and committed to quality.
At Eason Collision Specialists, we are proud to be a designated I-CAR Gold shop. This status designates us as having superior working knowledge as deemed by insurance company leaders and industry leaders.
We are also thankful for the opportunity to partner with I-CAR as we continue to work hard, do a quality job and provide a product or service at a price our customers are willing to pay.