Training - SWAN RIVER

2015 AIA/I-Car Courses


Class Locations

Swan River:
Super 8
115 Kelsey Trail 1430 Victoria Ave. E.

Class Hours

To Register

Week night classes start 6:00 p.m. SHARP
Saturday classes start 8:00 a.m. SHARP

Log onto the AIA Website at: www.i-car.ca
Or call 1-800-808-2920

Class Schedule

No courses at this time
Course Title
Class Date
Instructor

DAM15 - Advanced Steering and Suspension Systems Damage Analysis

Date: April 10, 2015
6:00 PM
Super 8
115 Kelsey Trail
Swan River MB

Jeff Selch

Course format: Classroom instruction with written test |
I-CAR Credit Hours:
3 |  Estimated Duration: 4 hours

Description:

  • Understand electronically controlled steering and suspension systems and damage analysis considerations
  • Identify parts of computer controlled steering and suspension systems
  • Understand electronically controlled steering system operation
  • Understand electronically controlled suspension system operation
  • Identify tire pressure monitor systems and parts

This course meets the training requirements for the following role:

  • Estimator
  • Steel Structural Technician
  • Aluminum Structural Technician
  • Electrical/Mechanical Technicians
  • Auto Physical Damage Appraiser
 

ALT03 - Hybrid Electric And Alternative Fuel Vehicles

April 11, 2015
8:00 AM
Super 8
115 Kelsey Trail
Swan River MB

Jeff Selch

Course format: Classroom instruction with written test |
I-CAR Credit Hours:
3 |  Estimated Duration: 4 hours

Description:

  • Explain how to take safe measures when working on hybrid electric and alternative fuel vehicles
  • Understand high voltage issues with electric A/C systems
  • Identify new applications for hybrid technology and unique hybrid system features
  • Know how to properly care for a high voltage battery prior to and during the repair process
  • Identify the different types of alternative fuel vehicles currently on the market, as well as concepts in tomorrow’s technology

This course meets the training requirements for the following role:

  • Estimator
  • Steel Structural Technician
  • Aluminum Structural Technician
  • Non-Structural Technician
  • Electrical/Mechanical Technicians
  • Auto Physical Damage Appraiser
 

NEW15 - Vehicle Technology and Trends 2015

April 24, 2015
6:00 PM
Super 8
115 Kelsey Trail
Swan River MB

Marc Anderson

Course format: Classroom instruction with written test |
I-CAR Credit Hours:
3  Estimated Duration: 4 hours

Description:

  • Describe features and technologies that distinguish newer model vehicles from their predecessors
  • Recognize new vehicle materials and designs, safety features, collision-warning systems, and alternative fuel systems
  • Gain insights into repair procedures for technology trends such as aluminum structures, ultra-high-strength steel, and carbon fiber
  • Understand how the economic climate, new efficiency practices, and government mandates are contributing to rapid changes in vehicle technology
  • Identify the newest technologies found on North American, Asian, and European vehicles

This course meets the training requirements for the following role:

  • Estimator
  • Steel Structural Technician
  • Aluminum Structural Technician
  • Non-Structural Technician
  • Electrical/Mechanical Technicians
  • Refinish Technician
  • Auto Physical Damage Appraiser
 

FOR06 - Ford F-150 Structural Repair Training Course

April 25, 2015
8:00 AM
Super 8
115 Kelsey Trail
Swan River MB

Marc Anderson

Course format: Classroom instruction with written test |
I-CAR Credit Hours:
6 |  Estimated Duration: 8 hours

Description:

  • Understand what Ford is doing to meet CAFE standards
  • Understand safe practices when working with aluminum
  • Identify the Ford heating limits for straightening
  • Understand Ford’s position on repairing cracks in aluminum parts and in the frame assembly
  • Determine the approved adhesive Ford requires on the 2015 F-150
  • Describe what types of rivets are approved for use on Ford vehicles
  • Describe why aluminum flanges may be different than what is used on steel
  • Understand what is different about welding on aluminum than steel
  • Understand what steel strengths are used in the F-150 frame and what frame repairs are supported by Ford
  • Explain vehicle-specific repairs, such as: what can be done to the magnesium radiator core support; how close to a hinge or striker a cut line can be for repairs; and repairing the extruded rocker panel

This course meets the training requirements for the following role:

  • Estimator
  • Steel Structural Technician
  • Aluminum Structural Technician
  • Auto Physical Damage Appraiser
 

REF07 - Waterborne Products, Systems, and Application

April 26, 2015
8:00 AM
Super 8
115 Kelsey Trail
Swan River MB

Instructor: Marc Anderson

Course format: Classroom instruction with written test |
I-CAR Credit Hours:
3 |  Estimated Duration: 4 hours

Description:

  • Explain why waterborne products are used and which waterborne products are available
  • Understand the difference between waterborne and solvent-borne refinishing materials, including waterborne characteristics and benefits
  • Identify the environmental impact and reasons for converting to waterborne refinishing materials
  • Understand preparation, mixing, and application considerations
  • Explain the facility requirements for making the conversion to waterborne refinishing materials
  • Recognize proper storage and disposal procedures of waterborne materials

This course meets the training requirements for the following role:

  • Refinish Technician
 


For class and program information contact AIA Canada 1 800 808 2920.

This schedule does not list the Welding Qualification Test dates. To inquire about the Welding Qualification Tests, call Susan Ellis @ 204-985-8770 ext 7250.

Pricing Training Programs (Canada)

Gold Class Professionals® & Platinum Individual™ Discount

Non-Gold Class Discount

$100 + Tax

$135 + Tax

 

 

To request training or a specific I-CAR Program in your area call Susan Ellis @ 204-985-8770 ext 7250 for further information.