Teamed with CREF, I-CAR plans to "quarterback" industry talent attraction marketing efforts while also helping to raise industry-wide talent.
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CREF honors 21 I-CAR volunteer committees for supporting local collision school programs at regional conferences.
The creation of the ADAS technician role has been in development since 2019, involving the critical inputs across all segments of the industry.
The I-CAR job fair scheduled for Oct. 2, at the World Wide Technology Raceway, has been canceled for 2020.
In addition to maintaining Gold Class status, shops will have one year to complete the additional I-CAR courses, many of which focus on advanced vehicle technologies and Electric Vehicle (EV) awareness.
Eight new courses will be required to provide Ford Certified Collision Network (FCCN) shops the tools, training, and information needed for quality and safe repairs.
Three new courses counts toward annual Gold Class and Platinum training requirements are as follows: Car-O-Liner CMI300 PulseTrio; Chief MultiMig 525; and Portable Measuring Systems for Damage Analysis.