I-CAR Offering Two Courses at BodyShop Business Conference - BodyShop Business

I-CAR Offering Two Courses at BodyShop Business Conference

I-CAR has announced that it will be offering two training courses at the BodyShop Business Conference – Succeeding Through Change to be held Sept. 17-18 at the Hilton Hotel & Suites in downtown Indianapolis.

“With the rapid rate of change in vehicle technology and design, the need to stay current on repair processes is more important than ever,” said Bill Stage, I-CAR director of marketing and distribution. “I-CAR is pleased to have the opportunity to take part in the BodyShop Business Conference and provide up-to-date collision repair training opportunities to its audience.”
 
The courses are Collision Repair for Toyota, Lexus and Scion Vehicles (TOY01) and Advanced Material Damage Analysis(DAM08). Registration for I-CAR Courses is separate from BodyShop Business Conference registration.

TOY01 will be held on Thursday, Sept. 16 from 5:30-9:30 p.m. DAM08 will be held Saturday, Sept. 18 from 1-5 p.m.

Individuals will receive one I-CAR point upon successful completion of the post-test. I-CAR points are applied toward the individual’s credit for achieving the Platinum Individual designation and/or Gold Class Professionals designation.  


More information:

Sign up for the BodyShop Business Conference

Sign up for Collision Repair for Toyota, Lexus and Scion Vehicles

Sign up for Advanced Material Damage Analysis

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