I-CAR, Ford to Launch Four New Ford Repair Courses

I-CAR, Ford Launch Four New Ford Repair Courses

These online courses cover the latest Ford vehicle models and were designed in alignment with Ford repair procedures.

I-CAR announced it has collaborated with Ford to introduce four new Ford repair courses. These online courses were designed in alignment with Ford repair procedures to equip repair professionals with the skills needed to maintain and repair the latest Ford vehicle models.

The courses include:

  • Ford 2023 Super Duty New Model Training: This course delves into intricate repair procedures and cutting-edge technologies specific to the Ford 2023 Super Duty model, ensuring technicians are well-equipped for 2023 model year complexities.
  • Ford 2024 Mustang New Model Training: Offering a comprehensive exploration of repair procedures and sophisticated technologies unique to the Ford 2024 Mustang, this course provides in-depth knowledge for navigating the intricacies of this iconic model.
  • Ford 2024 Ranger New Model Training: Essential for professionals repairing the Ford 2024 Ranger, this course covers distinct repair procedures and advanced technologies associated with this model, addressing evolving industry demands.
  • Ford 2024 Nautilus Training OverviewThis short course provides a thorough overview of fixes and evolving tech for the Ford 2024 Nautilus, so technicians are prepared for the advanced technology and new model design.

“These new Ford repair courses demonstrate our commitment to equipping repair professionals not only with the core knowledge and skills associated with our industry credentialing programs, but also offer a growing portfolio of vehicle-specific training that helps the industry apply that knowledge and skills appropriately to OEM and model-specific nuances,” said John Van Alstyne, CEO and president of I-CAR. “By staying ahead of the curve and embracing the latest automotive technologies, with Ford, we’re ensuring technicians are prepared to deliver the highest quality repairs.”

I-CAR and Ford’s partnership on these new repair courses highlights their shared dedication to advancing the collision repair industry. By providing comprehensive training on vehicle-specific technology, I-CAR and Ford empower repair professionals to deliver safe, precise and efficient repairs, ultimately benefiting both customers and the industry as a whole. Ford is also a member of I-CAR’s Sustaining Partner Program, contributing to the program’s objective of funding collision repair education and supporting initiatives that elevate the industry.

For more information about the new Ford repair courses and other Ford repair courses offered through I-CAR, visit I-CAR.com/Ford.

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