Vehicle & Technology Specific Training
I-CAR’s Vehicle and Technology Specific Training will offer new courses featuring model specific training information.
I-CAR’s Vehicle and Technology Specific Training offers curriculum designed to keep you at the cutting edge of collision repair.
Performing complete, safe, and quality repairs on today’s complex vehicles requires advanced knowledge of the exact vehicle needing repairs — including the specific materials, parts and components featured on and throughout the vehicle. In most cases, these are significant changes such as new model introductions and complete redesigns of existing models. Knowing how to repair the advanced materials and technologies featured on this new breed of vehicles is now more critical than ever. If you aren’t training, you’re falling behind.
Below is a list of some of the Vehicle and Technology Specific Training courses currently offered by I-CAR. I-CAR is committed to growing this training category, with new courses currently in development. Click the course links for more information and to register.
Vehicle Specific Courses
|OEM||Course Name||Course Code|
|Ford||Mondeo Collision Repair Overview||FORA1|
|Holden||VE Commodore & VF Commodore Collision Program||GMHA1|
|Holden||Malibu Collision Program||GMHA2|
|Holden||Holden SUV Collision Repair Program||GMHA3|
|Toyota||Collision Repair for Toyota, Lexus & Scion Vehicles||TOY01|
Technology Specific Courses
|Technology||Course Name||Course Code|
|Fuels||Alternative Fuel Vehicle Damage Analysis & Safety||ALT03|
|Aluminium||Aluminium-Intensive Vehicle Repair||ALI01|
|Materials||Advanced Materials Damage Analysis||DAM08|
|Steel||Best Practice for High Strength Steel||SPS09|
|Suspension||Advanced Steering and Suspension Systems Damage Analysis||DAM15|
|Diagnostics & New Technology||Vehicle Technology Trends and Diagnostics Overview||VT117L01|
|Materials||Introduction to Carbon Fibre||CFR01|