Vehicle and Technology Specific Training

Train Today for Tomorrow's Repairs

Performing complete, safe, and quality repairs on today’s complex vehicles requires advanced knowledge of the exact vehicle needing repairs. In the U.S. alone, OEMs introduce over 100 vehicle changes every year in order to keep up with rapidly advancing technologies and increasingly stricter CAFE standards. Knowing how to repair the advanced materials and technologies featured on this new breed of vehicles is now more critical than ever.

I-CAR partners with vehicle makers and technology providers to provide collision repair professionals the education and knowledge they need to repair vehicle models with the latest technology. Over time, we have added courses specific to models, materials and new technology. The Vehicle and Technology Specific Training curriculum will change as models come and go and new technologies emerge. We are constantly working on new offerings to ensure that the industry has the best information available.

If you aren’t training, you’re falling behind.


-  AUTEL MaxiSys® Diagnostic Scan Tool and Calibration Kit
Controlling Static in the Refinish Process
Ultraviolet and Infrared Curing Technologies
Incorporating ADAS in Your Business
Collision Repair of the 2020 GM Silverado and Sierra 2500 and 3500 HD


-  Collision Repair of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra

In November 2018, I-CAR introduced seven Vehicle and Technology Specific Training courses:

-  Vehicle Technology and Trends 2019
-  General Motors (GM) Company 2019 Model Year
-  Collision Repair of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL
-  Post Repair Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Testing
-  Bosch Scan Tool and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Calibration Kit
-  Hunter Engineering Inspection Equipment
-  Nissan LEAF® Technologies and Repair Considerations

Click here for a full list of Vehicle and Technology Specific Training Courses.