In the collision industry, our most recognized training platform is I-CAR. I-CAR is an organization formed to education repairers and insurers on industry practices and procedures, to both estimate and repair vehicles properly. Dorn’s is committed to education, and thus has attained the highest levels of education and certification available from this organization.
Proper welds can make the difference between a safe and unsafe vehicle repair. I-CAR is committed to ensuring that every technician who welds receives the training needed to perform complete, safe and quality weld, every time.
I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, is an international not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing the information, knowledge and skills required to perform complete, safe and quality repairs.
Formed in 1979 out of a collaboration across the six segments of the collision repair Inter-Industry, I-CAR serves — and is represented by — all segments of the Inter-Industry:
- Collision repair
- Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs)
- Education, training and research
- Tools, equipment and supply
- Related industry services
I-CAR’s focus is to provide everyone involved in collision repair with access to high-quality, industry-recognized training solutions. I-CAR also encourages and supports ongoing conversations in the industry on issues that impact collision repair.
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Dedication to Continuing Training & Education
Dorn’s takes all of our OEM and ICAR training seriously, in fact we work with ICAR at a board level to make sure that we are always on the edge of technology, learning and training. Our management team and our world class technicians also assist them with research and development of new classes and repair methods.
Our Factory Certifications
Dorn’s Body & Paint is proud to have certifications from over 20 different vehicle manufacturers. Manufacturers spend millions of dollars every year engineering their vehicles to be safer, more efficient, and comfortable to drive. By following manufacturer procedures we ensure that those systems are restored properly.
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Your car is the second biggest investment you are likely to make in your lifetime, so make sure you protect that investment. A factory certified repair will uphold your manufacturer warranties and restore the structural integrity of your vehicle. All of this is especially important if you’re leasing your vehicle, as improper repairs will be discovered upon inspection, and will be taken into account when you go to turn your car in.