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News   May 30, 2014   by CARS Magazine

I-CAR Gold Class and ASE-Certified Shops Rewarded at NACE | CARS

NACE | CARS, held at COBO Center in Detroit July 30-Aug. 2, will offer special recognition to attendees who have a proven commitment to collision repair training demonstrated through achievement of I-CAR Gold Class recognition or ASE Blue Seal...


NACE | CARS, held at COBO Center in Detroit July 30-Aug. 2, will offer special recognition to attendees who have a proven commitment to collision repair training demonstrated through achievement of I-CAR Gold Class recognition or ASE Blue Seal certification. Collision and Service Repair facility personnel that belong to an I-CAR Gold Class business or hold the ASE Blue Seal certification will receive a 50 per cent discount on the training and conference sessions at NACE | CARS 2014. In addition, any individual that is currently I-CAR Platinum or an ASE Master Technician will be entitled to the same 50 per cent discount. This discount includes individual sessions through the Super Pass that covers sessions during the entire conference.

“We want those who have achieved the highest levels of industry-recognized training and certification to be rewarded for their achievements,” stated Dan Risley, ASA president and executive director. “This is a great way to highlight an elite group and to encourage their ongoing technical and business education.”

“As technology advancements dictate a necessary evolution in repairability, more collision repair businesses than ever are adopting a learning culture to ensure that they are able to perform safe and quality repairs,” stressed John Van Alstyne, I-CAR CEO and president. “I applaud NACE and CARS for recognizing this commitment to education and knowledge by giving back to the businesses and individuals who train.”

“ASE’s relationship with NACE and CARS goes back to the very beginning of the event, and we are pleased to once again be a part of this significant educational opportunity for the industry,” said Tony Molla, ASE vice-president of communications. “We also salute the efforts to encourage professionalism with this generous discount program for our ASE certified professionals and the businesses that employ them.”


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