Consolidators: Service King Now Providing Collision Repairs in Chicago
Organization has taught 10 million credit hours throughout its lifetime and also made a significant donation to the Collision Repair Education Foundation for the second year in a row.
I-CAR has announced two recent milestone accomplishments on behalf of improving the collision repair industry.
In March, the organization achieved a significant milestone, having taught its 10 millionth credit hour in its 35 years of existence. I-CAR was able to also give back to the industry through a significant donation to the Collision Repair Education Foundation for the second year in a row.
“Our 10 millionth credit hour represents the hard work and dedication that collision repair professionals put into their work every day,” said John Van Alstyne, I-CAR CEO and president. “Through ongoing role-relevant training, our vision is that every person in the collision repair industry has the knowledge, education and solutions required to perform complete and safe repairs for the ultimate benefit of the consumer.”
In 2013, I‐CAR committed to set aside $1 for every I‐CAR class attended by students in 2014 resulting this year in a $170,000 donation to the Collision Repair Education Foundation. I‐CAR serves as a provider of technical training curriculum to the education segment, whereas the Collision Repair Education Foundation’s objective is to advance collision repair secondary and post-secondary education by supporting funding for both schools and students.
“The evolution and impact of I-CAR over the last 35 years is exciting and impressive,” said Van Alstyne. “As vehicle technology continues to evolve, you can count on I-CAR to do the same, expanding our relevance and the value we deliver to the collision repair industry.”