Formed by the collision industry in 1979, I-CAR is an international, not-for-profit training organisation.
I-CAR Australia was launched in September 2006 and joins Canada and New Zealand as part of its global expansion and develops and delivers technical training programs to professionals in all areas of the collision industry. In addition, I-CAR provides a communication forum for anyone interested in proper collision repair.
I-CAR operates as a membership-based organisation of which Car Craft has been a member since 2008. I-CAR delivers the majority of its training in Perth at Car Craft and provides specific courses specifically requested by Car Craft members.
I-CAR has ongoing training relationships internationally with 22 vehicle manufacturers and produces many model-specific programs as new vehicles are introduced.
As collision repair technology advances, I-CAR is committed to meeting the industry’s changing needs. I-CAR conducts extensive collision repair research and using this research, develops and delivers the latest information on new repair technologies and processes.
To find out more about I-CAR please visit their website www.i-car.com.au.
The Motor Trades Association of Queensland (MTA Queensland) is the peak body representing the interests of over 2,500 employers in the retail service and repair sectors of Queensland’s automotive industry.
Car Craft Queensland takes an active role in the National Automotive Repairers Association division with strong representation on the divisional council.
To find out more about Motor Trade Association of Queensland please visit their website www.mtaq.com.au.