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Oct. 2, 2012—Fourteen I-CAR professional development courses will be delivered online to better meet the needs of collision repairers.

Several industry professionals are working to meet 2012 ProLevel 1 training requirements before the end of the year, and the online classes will help individuals and businesses meet those requirements, according to a news release_notes.

“By converting the courses that are not often taught in a live setting, instructors can focus more time on the more technically advanced classes that are needed in their areas,” said Jeff Peevy, senior director of field operations and segment development. “Live classes remain an I-CAR priority for the ultimate interactive learning experience. To fully serve the growing training needs, (online) classes… are required.”

The following classes have been converted for the online course format:

Air Conditioning – Part 1 (AIR02e)
Air Conditioning – Part 2 (AIR03e)
Bolted-On Exterior Panels – Part 1 (EXT03e)
Bolted-On Exterior Panels – Part 2 (EXT04e)
Moveable Glass (GLA01e)
Cooling System Operation and Parts (HEA02e)
Working with Coolant and HVAC Controls (HEA03e)
Batteries (LCS02e)
Starting and Charging Systems (LCS03e)
Automotive Lighting (LCS04e)
Detailing (REF04e)
Cosmetic Straightening Steel (STS01e)
Removing and Installing Hardware and Interior Trim (TRM02e)
Removing and Installing Exterior Trim, Pinstripes, and Decals (TRM03e)

In some cases, credit hour values vary between online and live formats. For more information on these courses and their credit values, visit I-CAR’s website.

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