I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, will provide collision training for automotive service professionals at the 17th Annual Vision Hi-Tech Training & Expo, from March 6th to the 7th at the Overland Park Convention Center in Kansas City, Mo., presented by ASA, Automotive Service Association of Missouri and Kansas.
“I-CAR is excited about taking part in the ASA event and being able to provide collision training to those attending,” said Mike Miller, frontline support manager for I-CAR. “Automotive service professionals cannot afford not to train. In today’s competitive environment it is important that industry professionals stay up-to-date on the latest in recommended collision repair procedures and techniques.”
Classes that will be offered include Hybrid Electric and Alternative Fuel Vehicles; Steering and Suspension Damage Analysis; Fundamentals of Collision Repair; Hazardous Materials, Personnel Safety, and Refinish Safety; Mechanical Systems Analysis; Stationary Glass; Advanced Restraint Systems; Squeeze-Type Resistance Spot Welding; Driveability Issues, No-Starts, and Emissions; Electronically Controlled Steering and Suspension Systems; and Electrical Circuits and DVOM usage.
In addition, the event will also be an opportunity for I-CAR to showcase its newest course offering on waterborne paint technology planned for introduction to the collision repair inter-industry the same week.
More information about I-CAR training can be found by visiting the I-CAR website at www.i-car.com or at the Vision Hi-Tech Training & Expo home page at www.visionkc.com.