Published on February 6th 2016 in


I-CAR Australia CEO Mark Czvitkovits has announced that I-CAR has been engaged by BMW

to oversee their Collision Repair Training program incorporating Body Level 2, Body Level 3,

Fundamentals of Steel and Fundamentals of Aluminium and joins a growing list of vehicle

manufacturer programs operating under the I-CAR banner.

Czvitkovits explained “As a leading vehicle manufacturer, BMW has continued to develop and

implement a range of emerging new technologies that provide a much safer product in the

unfortunate situation of vehicle accidents. Ensuring that collision repair technicians are

adequately trained means that any vehicle repaired following an accident is not only repaired in

accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations, but is also performed by technicians with

the required high level of skill.”

Ben Kirby, BMW Bodyshop Programme Manager said “BMW engaged I-CAR to administer the

program as they are considered industry leaders in collision repair training and have outstanding

relationships with current BMW partners including BASF, Car-O-Liner and Chisholm Institute.

Their programs are also endorsed by many of Australia’s leading insurers who understand and

recognise the complexity of modern vehicle repair.”

“BMW has for many years been seen as an organisation that demands only the highest

standards across the entire brand. The commitment to the collision repair industry is a

continuation of that position and can only assist in improving both the knowledge and proven

ability required to safely repair structurally damaged vehicles in today’s market”  Czvitkovits


Editor: Another example of the importance of training in our industry today with I-CAR once again directly involved


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