i-CAR announces variety of classroom options at SEMA Show

Sept. 23, 2022
Anybody attending the 2022 SEMA Show can sign up for a class. Sign-ups are available through Thursday, Nov. 3.
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I-CAR announced it will offer a variety of classroom opportunities to increase collision repair industry knowledge and skills for attendees of the 2022 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, November 1-4.

Anybody attending the SEMA Show can sign up here for the following topics. Sign ups are available through Thursday, Nov. 3:

  • Initialization and calibration of electronic systems
  • Coordinate the repair process
  • Managing quality control
  • MIG welding technology and applications

"For the first time and exclusive to SEMA, I-CAR will be offering a MIG welding technology and applications training session focusing on basic to advanced techniques, and ideal for classic car, hot rod, and vehicle builders/rebuilders and other technicians," said Bud Center, I-CAR’s director of technical products and curriculum. "Although not eligible for I-CAR credit, to encourage newer vehicle builders out there, I-CAR is making this popular MIG welding session available for $75 (normally $150) and will include complimentary, hands-on welding practice at the SEMA collision repair stage.”

Attendees will also be able to register on-site outside I-CAR classrooms S224 and S225. In addition to these courses, I-CAR will hold a free series of live educational presentations on topics including advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), electric vehicles (EVs), virtual reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), scanning and calibrations, welding, and more at the SEMA collision repair and refinish stage.

Additionally, I-CAR, will participate in the free and new SEMA ADAS Showcase #39007 in Upper South Hall and SEMA Electrify #11268 in the North Hall.

Individuals who take I-CAR educational training gain knowledge and credits valid toward the I-CAR Platinum designation, which is given to collision repair professionals who achieve and maintain high levels of role-relevant training that contributes to complete, safe, and quality repairs, and which also contributes to I-CAR Gold Class recognition for their repair facility, both representing the highest role-relevant training achievement recognized by the collision repair industry.

I-CAR will communicate additional information and SEMA details as the trade show nears.

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