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John Yoswick

John YoswickJohn Yoswick is a freelance automotive writer based in Portland, Oregon, who has been writing about the collision industry since 1988. He is the editor of the weekly CRASH Network (for a free 4-week trial subscription, visit www.CrashNetwork.com).


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Thursday, 08 October 2020 20:46

I-CAR Training in Shops But Still Not in Classrooms

Written by by John Yoswick
I-CAR said since it returned to providing in-shop training and welding certification, it has been conducting about 400 such sessions a month around the country. I-CAR said since it returned to providing in-shop training and welding certification, it has been conducting about 400 such sessions a month around the country.

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“Our curriculum was designed to be delivered in a certain manner to optimize the learning experience and conveyance of the [information],” Van Alstyne said. “We determined that the courses that were designed as live were best delivered as live. But our review [in response to the pandemic] was that some of those courses could be delivered virtually without any significant compromise in the learning objectives.

 

"That said, we didn’t convert every live class to virtual. And the ones we did, we do intend to take back to live.”

 

Van Alstyne also said its previously announced scaled-up requirements for earning or maintaining Gold Class status will kick in next year as scheduled.


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