CCC Information Services Inc. announced the availability of CCC OEM Care, a suite of solutions that support OEM certification programs and enable collision repairers, insurers and auto manufacturers to collaborate on safe, quality repairs.
Does your company resemble what you set out to accomplish from the beginning? Are you the leader you wanted to become? Are your employees part of a realized vision? Here are lessons from three top shop operators who had an idea, a plan and the diligence to realize their visions.
As Tesla moves away from live classroom training to reduce costs and improve training accessibility, I-CAR predicts a future collision repair training environment that is online-based. Here’s what you can expect from I-CAR’s online training platform, which will be combined with a live classroom demonstrations and could very well reflect OEMs’ shift into online training.
Vehicle Collision Experts (VECO) has been designated as a preferred provider of optional in-shop repair quality support services such as technical training lessons for shop personnel, distribution of monthly quality and equipment reports, and regular technical support.
These new designations require multiple categories of training and professional achievement, including business related and soft skills, technical damage analysis and information provider. Both designations require I-CAR training to satisfy technical damage analysis.
The importance of becoming OEM certified to handle autonomous technology is top of mind for Scott Biggs, whose company, Assured Performance, just launched OEM Certification 2.0, which is designed to address many of the challenges and needs of the industry as we reach the next frontier in automotive technology and collision repair.