I-CAR Now Offers Honda, Acura Vehicle-Specific Training
Feb. 10, 2015—I-CAR announced Monday that it has partnered with American Honda to exclusively deliver Honda-developed online training to the U.S. market via I-CAR.com, providing accessibility across the collision repair industry.
Monday marked the launch of the first two modules in the planned series.
“We are excited to be American Honda’s partner for delivery of Honda- and Acura-specific training to the U.S. market,” John Van Alstyne, CEO and president of I-CAR, said in a release. “This initiative builds on our OEM momentum and similar recent training partnerships I-CAR has forged with OEMs such as Ford, Jaguar and Land Rover, to deliver OEM vehicle-specific training. That said, this relationship with Honda is unique in that this is the first time I-CAR is delivering a series of OEM-developed online training. By collaborating with I-CAR for delivery of OEM-specific training, Honda is leveraging our vast market reach and mature delivery systems to make sure the industry has ready access to the information and knowledge necessary for complete, safe and quality repairs of Honda and Acura vehicles.”
The first two training modules of the series can be found on I-CAR.com.
Honda & Acura Service Information (HON10e) is an online, one-hour course educating students on the importance of using factory service information and potential consequences if it is not followed. It provides information on Honda and Acura service publications that may be helpful during repairs and demonstrates how to use ServiceExpress.
The second module, Honda & Acura High-Strength Steel Repair (HON11e) is also an online, one-hour course that overviews the different grades of high-strength steel parts for Honda and Acura vehicles, and how to access the repair information using Honda and Acura service information. It also covers approved repair methods for high-strength steels when repairing Honda and Acura vehicles.
For more information on the new Honda modules, visit i-car.com/hondatraining.