Butler Community College Collision Repair Program is now a member of the I-CAR Industry Training Alliance™. This training alliance allows approved training programs to offers students I-CAR points. I-CAR points are recognized though out the entire collision industry.
The Gold Class Professionals™ program was created in 1990 to recognize those collision businesses that are committed to quality and excellence through training. In order for business to maintain this status the the employer must send each employ to I-CAR classes to assure that they are properly trained to work on modern day vehicles. It takes a minimum of 5 points per employee to keep the Gold Class status. Each point can cost the employer up to $100 per point for each employee plus the expenses of travel time away from work. However, if an employer hires a student from an approved training program, the student may already have their 5+ points acquired. This is a huge saving to the employer and assures the employer that the student has been properly trained by an approved program.
If are considering a collision career pathway, let us help your dreams become reality. Our program is NATEF certified, we are an educational member of ASA and we are now an approved training program through I-CAR Industry Training Alliance.
If you would like to support the collision industry you can donate to the I-CAR Education Foundation. 85% of the donations will be used for career and technical schools in the area of donations. This helps provide schools with curriculum and scholarships. I urge you to support the 2008 Support Your Local Schools and Collision Training Programs Campaign. You will receive a certificate from the foundation and be placed on their website as a supporter of the collision industry.
If you can any questions or comments, feel free to contact me.
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