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Wednesday, 25 March 2020 19:23

I-CAR Message to the Industry Regarding COVID-19


At I-CAR, the health and safety of our students, instructors, segment partners, customers and employees are of the utmost importance.

Our organization has been closely monitoring both the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for informational updates regarding the spread of the COVID-19/Coronavirus and is referring to each of the agencies for the necessary protocols and policies that may need to be implemented.  


Ongoing Support for Your Training and Technical Needs


We here at I-CAR understand these may be challenging times in both your business and personal lives. We want you to know in the event you are able and wish to take training, our online and virtual (instructor-led, web-delivered) options are readily available through your myI-CAR account. 


We now have more than 239 online courses that cover a large portion of the ProLevel 1 through ProLevel 3 training requirements; plus Vehicle Specific, Technology Specific, ADAS, Electrical, Diagnostics, Mechanical and Production Management topics.

We also now offer 20 virtual courses covering ProLevel 1 through ProLevel 3 knowledge areas.


 Please know that all of these courses either count toward your ProLevel Training or Annual Training requirements required for Platinum and Gold Class.


The customer care team remains available if you have any questions. Additionally, our Ask I-CAR Technical Support teams also remain available to support you with comprehensive collision repair technical resources.


Live and In-Shop Events (Welding, Hands-On Skills, Knowledge Assessments)


For the time being, and in the health and safety interest of all our stakeholders, I-CAR has suspended the delivery of all live and in-shop training events between March 22 and April 5.


Events previously scheduled March 16-21 may be conducted, per the policy guidelines below, assuming students, shops and instructors/assessors wish to continue as scheduled.

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