Axalta now offers I-CAR’s professional development program

The ten new accredited RPM learning courses will provide estimators and production managers with the opportunity to acquire up to 13 and 17 additional I-CAR credit hours respectively.
Toronto, Ontario – July 6, 2018 — Axalta now offers I-CAR’s professional development program credit hours to collision repair professionals online, becoming the first company to do so. 
 
 “At Axalta, we’re always looking for innovative ways to help our customers grow their business and improve performance,” said Troy Weaver, Vice President, Axalta North America Refinish.  “I-CAR certified individuals demonstrate a higher level of proficiency and skill that contributes to improved productivity at both the individual and shop level. Our customers recognize the benefits of this training and we are excited to be the first to offer these accredited classes to them both in-person and online.”
 
Axalta’s new accredited eLearning courses join an already impressive line-up of I-CAR credited programs, including the instructor-led refinish performance management program. The ten new accredited RPM learning courses will provide estimators and production managers with the opportunity to acquire up to 13 and 17 additional I-CAR credit hours respectively. Instructor-led and eLearning credit hours will be eligible to be applied towards earning and maintaining I-CAR’s platinum designation in the professional development program for collision repair professionals. 
 
“The I-CAR Training Alliance is critical to fulfilling our mission,” said Nick Notte, I-CAR Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “As a long time alliance member, Axalta helps ensure we provide the information, skills, and knowledge required for complete, safe, and quality repairs. We look forward to an ongoing partnership.”
 
For more information visit axaltalearningcampus.com
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