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GM offers training on critical welding skills

GM offers training on critical welding skills

| January 15, 2018
 

 Training is always a great thing. Like most great things it also comes with challenges. For shops, locating the necessary funds and finding the time are the two biggest. GM is helping shops clear both these hurdles with affordable pay per use Web-based training that can be taken at the repairer’s convenience. Courses cover some […]

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TRENDS You Need to Know to Thrive in 2018

TRENDS You Need to Know to Thrive in 2018

| January 15, 2018
 

  At the start of each year, news stories begin prognosticating what the new year will bring.  Simply tossed out, random predictions don’t help anyone. What you and your business need is an informed, insightful look at the trends that will dictate how you’ll drive your operation. Information provider Mitchell International regularly compiles and analyzes […]

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Inside Advantage – Shops stay one step ahead in the repair game with GM Training Clinics

Inside Advantage – Shops stay one step ahead in the repair game with GM Training Clinics

| January 8, 2018
 

 Though they’re located in different states, Quality Automotive in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan and Grahams Auto and Truck in Poynette, Wisconsin, have lots in common. They’ve both been in business for 20+ years, offer a full range of repairs, are remarkably successful and focus heavily on training. And both are big fans of GM Training […]

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GM Calibration Requirements – Information now available on I-CAR’s RTS portal.

GM Calibration Requirements – Information now available on I-CAR’s RTS portal.

| November 29, 2017
 

 Today’s GM vehicles offer their latest in safety features, including lane departure warnings, park-assist, and blind spot detection. As more vehicle materials, technologies and safety procedures are introduced, collision repair technicians need to be equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to perform complete, safe and quality repairs. These interrelated safety devices are known collectively […]

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TRAINING FOR TOMORROW

TRAINING FOR TOMORROW

| October 6, 2017
 

 I-CAR CEO John Van Alstyne makes the case for ongoing training Is your shop on a path to handle the ultra-sophisticated next generation of vehicles hitting American streets in the next several years? If the answer is “no” or you’re simply unsure, it’s time to act. I-CAR is here to help. CEO John Van Alstyne […]

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