Lakewood, WA – Greg Richards, Automotive Collision Repair instructor at Clover Park Technical College has been asked to speak at an upcoming I-CAR webinar regarding the use of waterborne coatings as taught here at Clover Park Technical College.
Targeted at autobody shops in the Pacific NW Region (Oregon, Alaska, Idaho and Washington), the I-CAR webinar will focus on the use of waterborne coatings – the next generation of automotive paint. Richards is the only college representative with an audience of as many as 1,000 online participants.
“Greg is a great example of the leaders we have on campus, who continue to grow and develop their expertise in order to provide the very best educational experience for our students. Greg always keeps his program on the cutting edge in the use of new industry technology,” said Lori Banaszak, Vice President for Instruction.
Founded in 1979, I-CAR is an international, not-for-profit training organization dedicated to improving the quality, safety, and efficiency of auto collision repair for the ultimate benefit of the consumer.
I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference On Auto Collision Repair, has strong representation from: auto collision repair businesses and their trade associations, major auto insurance companies and their associations, major vehicle makers, tool, equipment and supply manufacturers, providers of technical education training and research, suppliers of related collision industry services such as independent appraisers, technical publishers and recyclers.