The new course is part of I-CAR’s continuing collaboration with American Honda in an effort to deliver Honda and Acura vehicle-specific training across the collision repair industry.
The course addresses the everyday challenges of making ethical decisions in the workplace, in order to help change the way the automotive industry is perceived through education and training.
The course, which will be available to high school and college collision repair schools nationwide, consists of topics such as how to prepare for an interview, what to do during the meeting and how to follow up after the interview.
Academy provides affordable, instructor-driven, hands-on technician training to the auto glass and body industries.
Kurt Zimmerman and Ray Cahill, both of Upstate Auto Body Warehouse of Rochester, N.Y., and Adam Fulton of BASF Body Shop Mall of Toronto will now teach “Introduction to Nitrogen Plastic Welding.”