I-CAR And SCRS Release New Videos Highlighting New Vehicle Technology Training

I-CAR And SCRS Release New Videos Highlighting New Vehicle Technology Training

The videos are intended for owners, office staff, technical staff and anyone whose job is impacted by understanding and identifying changing technology.

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) and I-CAR are working to help keep shops’ staff on top of the ever-evolving complexities of vehicle technology. In October 2017, I-CAR announced nine new-vehicle and technology-specific training courses; and in November, members of both the I-CAR Training Team and SCRS board of directors connected to talk about the specific application of the information in these courses at the shop level. The two organizations captured those conversations and technical highlights from each of the nine courses on video to share with the industry.

The video is produced in two segments, with the hopes that they can serve as a resource that can be shared. These videos are intended for owners, office staff, technical staff and anyone whose job is impacted by understanding and identifying changing technology.

By keeping an eye on the latest trends, the companies hope the industry will embrace the importance of ongoing training and continual skill development. Both SCRS and I-CAR encourage this content to be shared as a resource.

To learn more, or register for the I-CAR Vehicle & Technology Specific Training, visit i-car.com/vehicletechnology.

For more information about SCRS, visit scrs.com.

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