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I-CAR outlines NACE training options

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Aug. 22, 2011 — I-CAR will offer an all-new technology showcase and 12 training opportunities, including several I-CAR ProLevel 1 sessions, at this year’s NACE Expo, the organization announced Monday.

The technology showcase will cover scan-tool technology, automotive carbon fiber repair, and best practices for advanced vehicle structures. It will also provide updates on refinish technology and GM collision repair technology.

I-CAR’s training schedule is as follows:

Oct. 5, 8 a.m.–noon
• Inspecting Repairs for Quality Control (QUA01)
• Steel Unitized Structures Technologies and Repair (SPS07)
• Collision Repair for Toyota, Lexus, and Scion Vehicles (TOY01)

Oct. 5, 1 p.m.–5 p.m.
• Collision Repair for Ford and Lincoln Vehicles (FOR05)
• Overview of Cycle Time Improvements for the Collision Repair Process (CYC01)
• Hybrid Electric and Alternative Fuel Vehicles (ALT02)

Oct. 8, 8 a.m.–noon
• Plastic and Composite Repair (PLA03)
• Collision Repair for Ford and Lincoln Vehicles (FOR05)
• Waterborne Products, Systems, and Applications (REF07)

Oct. 8, 1 p.m.–5 p.m.
• Hail, Theft, Vandalism Damage Analysis (DAM09)
• Corrosion Protection (CPS01)
• Vehicle Technology and Trends 2011 (NEW11)

“Returning to NACE in 2011 is an excellent opportunity for I-CAR to reach its valuable audience and offer several platforms for attendees to gain information on collision industry trends,” said John Van Alstyne, I-CAR CEO and president. “Through its course offerings and Technology Showcase, I-CAR will present NACE attendees with the latest collision repair training, details on new and upcoming vehicle technology, and a chance to fulfill training requirements toward the I-CAR Platinum Individual designation.”

To register for I-CAR training at NACE, go to naceexpo.com. For more information on the technology showcase, go to the events and meetings page at i-car.com.

NACE, the International Autobody Congress and Exposition, is set for Oct. 5-8 in Orlando, Fla.
 

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