I-CAR Announces Pricing Adjustment Effective Oct. 4 - BodyShop Business

I-CAR Announces Pricing Adjustment Effective Oct. 4

I-CAR has announced changes in its pricing that will be effective as of Oct. 4. Prices for instructor-led classroom training will increase less than 2 percent, while prices for online training will remain the same.

Bill Stage, I-CAR director of marketing and distribution, said, “Historically, we have adjusted our pricing in the fall. This increase is less than 2 percent, which is respectful of economic conditions. This enables I-CAR, operating as a not-for-profit organization, to provide many services, maintain our courses and develop new courses that address advances in vehicle manufacturing and collision repair technology.”

With the purchase of I-CAR discount coupons in advance, the cost of classroom training will change to $114 per 4-hour course. I-CAR Gold Class Professionals businesses and I-CAR Platinum Individual students will also receive further discounts, with training at $97 per class. Additional discounted prices of $110 and $93 respectively are available to students who bypass the coupon purchase process by using I-CAR’s online registration and payment with a major credit card.

“I-CAR training offers an exceptional value, and we are committed to continuing to provide a high level of quality to the inter-industry,” Stage added. “With these changes, I believe I-CAR can continue to deliver on its vision – that every person in the collision industry, current and future, has the necessary knowledge and skills relevant to their position to achieve a complete and safe repair.”


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