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I-CAR, SCRS Release New Videos Highlighting Vehicle-Technology Training

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) and I-CAR have produced two videos that discuss the shop-level application of new I-CAR courses on vehicle technology.

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The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) and I-CAR have produced two videos that discuss the shop-level application of new I-CAR courses on vehicle technology.

The goal of the videos was to capture repairers’ perceptions of the new I-CAR courses, in a conversation that covers “the content of the courses, some high-level deliverables of each section and how that information is relevant to a shop on the ground-floor level,” SCRS Executive Director Aaron Schulenburg explained during the trade association’s Jan. 17 open board meeting in Palm Springs, Calif.

“The video is produced in two segments, with the hopes they can serve as a resource that you can share with your staff in time frames that won’t impede your operation,” SCRS said in a news release. “We envision the videos being shared over a team lunch, or perhaps as a full-shop viewing at the close of day. These videos are intended for owners, office staff, technical staff and anyone in your organization whose job is impacted by understanding and identifying changing technology.”

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SCRS and I-CAR encouraged repairers to share the new videos. To view Part 1, click here. To view Part 2, click here.

“The industry is made stronger through increased understanding of the changing technology ahead,” SCRS said. “After you watch, take a moment to pass along to your staff, your colleagues and even your competitors.”

To learn more, or register for I-CAR vehicle- and technology-specific training, visit www.i-car.com/vehicletechnology.

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