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Jetcar Trailblazin’ with Larsen Motorsports

Elaine Larsen’s Motorsports Charity is All About Fueling Autobody Careers and More After two world championship wins, ‘House of Kolor’ jet car racer Elaine Larsen launches full-throttle into mentorship. How Blazing Trails Gives BackBlazing Trails 501(c)3 Non Profit Organization helps students and adults find a passion-driven career path through mentorship and skilled non-degreed training for […]

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CREF on Overcoming the Critical Tech Shortage

What is CREF? CREF stands for Collision Repair Education Foundation and is a national nonprofit and tax-exempt student organization under the Internal Revenue Service Code, Section (501)(c)(3). CREF is also a division of I-CAR (The Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair) and was created in 1991 to develop, promote, and distribute a curriculum program designed

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Try Evercoat’s New Online Courses: Lessons Are Free

The new Evercoat Training Portal is live! Train to become Evercoat Certified through expert-led courses filled with information on proper repair techniques and application information on innovative Evercoat products. You can register for a free Evercoat Training Portal account now on Training.Evercoat.com. LEARN NEW SKILLS with flexible courses EXPERT TEACHERS — Learn with confidence ONLINE

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First Day of School: When a Collision Program Expands

As autobody training programs disappear across the country, an Arizona tech school tripled its same-course enrollment. Its instructor shares his perspective on what’s working. AUTOBODY SOURCE STAFF This April, we highlighted one of several bodyshops promoting enrollment in Honolulu Community College’s Auto Body Repair and Painting program, in our Summer 2021 issue. The college ultimately

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The Game Plan Series: How to Recruit More New Hires

SEMA took to Facebook to address the automotive technician shortage with a time-tested game plan for collision shops and schools to follow. AUTOBODY SOURCE STAFF On a SEMA Facebook Live chat this March, 30-year automotive aftermarket veteran and ASE Education Foundation educator Donna Wagner gave timely industry insights and advice for automotive program instructors, trainees,

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