Mass. Collision Center's Staff Earns I-CAR Gold Certification - BodyShop Business

Mass. Collision Center’s Staff Earns I-CAR Gold Certification

King Collision Centers, providers of collision repair services to thousands of customers south of Boston, recently announced that the staff in its Raynham location has obtained the trusted I-CAR Gold Class certification. King Collision Centers says it is one of the only collision repair shops in Massachusetts with I-CAR certified staff.

King Collision’s staff from the Raynham collision repair shop has attained I-CAR Gold Class certification, which is one of the highest levels of certification obtainable within the Collision Repair Industry.

King Collision says ti invested $45,000 overall for staff training in I-CAR’s latest collision repair technologies to earn certification as I-CAR Gold Class Professionals.

“Our goal is to continue to have the best trained professionals in the business. We intend to use I-CAR certification as a recruitment tool as well. Any individual applying for a position at King will have to be a certified I-CAR Gold Class Professional as a condition of employment. We’re dedicated to providing the best service possible to our customers and to do so, we employ the best trained professionals,” said Bruce King, owner.

I-CAR Gold Class Certification is now required by a number of national insurance providers. King Collision Centers operates three locations in Massachusetts.

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