Porsche Cars Australia has joined a growing list of leading vehicle manufacturers in becoming an I-CAR member and Industry Alliance Training partner.
As an industry innovator and technology leader, Porsche has advanced collision repair training programs to support its advancements in vehicle design. Porsche demands the highest quality from its network of Certified Collision Centres. In committing to this annual membership and becoming an Industry Training Alliance partner, select Porsche programs will now be accredited by I-CAR. Following the completion of a comprehensive review process, trainees will receive I-CAR training credits.
“I-CAR is the industry professional in administration and delivery of specialist OEM programs throughout the country,” said Harry Aspiotis, Regional Manager – Collision Centres, Porsche Cars Australia. “The membership and subsequent Industry Training Alliance strengthen our ability to support our Certified Collision Centres through I-CAR’s existing relationships with current Porsche partners including Glasurit, AkzoNobel, Axalta and PPG.”
Aspiotis added: “This commitment to training the Porsche Certified Collision Centres through our investment with I-CAR ensures our owners will receive the care and attention they have become accustomed to with our brand.” He also noted that Porsche Cars Australia had already engaged I-CAR in 2018 to administer and deliver training programs on its behalf.
“I-CAR is excited to welcome Porsche Cars Australia to its membership ranks and we look forward to providing continued support in delivering and administering the body technician training programs,” concluded Jason Trewin, I-CAR Australia Director OEM and Industry Relations.