Back to Collision School – InShop Clinics Offer New Training for a New Year

| March 15, 2017
 

Following a popular and highly successful 2016 run, GM’s InShop Clinics return this year with even more training options and brand new classes held onsite at your shop. These cutting-edge training sessions provide a first-class look at current repairs and the future of automotive service.

New for 2017 are:

Aluminum Repair and Welding (W-SR04-01.01IST) This course familiarizes technicians with the types of aluminum repair and welding procedures. Specific topics include alloys and treatment methods, sectioning procedures, along with chemical bonding and welding methods.

 Structural Steel (W-SR04-02.01IST) The Clinic examines repair techniques for various types of structural steel, including mild steel, High Strength Steel (HSS), laminated, Press Hardened Steel (PHS), High Strength Low Alloy (HSLA) and Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS).

If you’re like half of all collision repair businesses and offer mechanical work, you can pick from new courses geared for that part of the industry as well, including:

Advanced Variable Valve Timing (W-EM01-01.01IST)

TEHCM Programming (W-AT02-06.01IST)

InShop Clinics typically run 1–2 hours and are conducted by a GM certified training professional. They remain free of charge, and students receive a certificate upon course completion. For the full range of available InShop Clinics and other training options, contact your Genuine GM Parts Dealer today.

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