The Automotive Service Association (ASA) advances professionalism and excellence in the automotive repair industry through education, representation and member services. Since 1951, the Automotive Service Association (ASA) has been the leading organization for owners and managers of automotive service businesses that strive to deliver excellence in service and repairs to consumers. Learn more >
The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence is a professional certification group that certifies professionals and shops in the automotive repair and service industry in the United States and parts of Canada. Learn more >
The mission of ETI is to advance the vehicle service industry by providing technical data and open dialogue between the manufacturers of transportation products, government regulators and the providers of tools, equipment and service information.
ETI is one of the most respected trade associations in the automotive aftermarket, giving fair and equitable representation to all segments of the equipment and tool industry. The institute is an association of automotive tool and equipment manufacturers and technical information providers and training organizations. Learn more >
I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, is an international not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing the information, knowledge and skills required to perform complete, safe and quality repairs.
In 1991, several collision repair industry leaders worked with I-CAR (The Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair) to create the I-CAR Education Foundation – a charitable organization charged with addressing critical shortage of qualified and well-trained entry-level employees. For almost 20 years, the I-CAR Education Foundation supported career and technical school and college collision repair programs through curriculum development, sales, and support and philanthropic scholarships and grants. In 2008, the Education Foundation moved the curriculum and training functions to I-CAR and focused its mission entirely on charitable support for schools and instructors. That year, the organization provided over $1.7 million in grants to education programs nationwide. In 2010, the I-CAR Education Foundation changed its name to the Collision Repair Education Foundation. Learn more >
CREF is committed to promoting excellence in collision education by supporting collision repair educational programs, schools, and students to create qualified, entry-level employees and connect them with an array of career opportunities. CREF school grants provide collision schools with the opportunity to obtain the most up-to-date tools, equipment, and supplies to enhance the educational experience. Learn more >
Induction Innovations had donated an Inductor® Series Pro-Max Fully Loaded to CREF.
AMRA exists to strengthen the relationship between the motorist (consumer) and the automotive maintenance and repair service industry. AMRA members get access to a variety of up to date consumer education resources, consumer communication programs, best practices, technician training, translation of automotive terminology and a lot more. Learn more >
The ARA is the voice of the professional automotive recycling industry. Founded in 1943, ARA represents an industry dedicated to the efficient removal and reuse of automotive parts, and the safe disposal of inoperable motor vehicles.
ARA’s mission is to advance the automotive recycling industry and promote its beneficial effects on society. ARA aims to further the automotive recycling industry and ARA member businesses through services and programs to increase public awareness of the industry’s role in conserving the future through automotive recycling and to build awareness of the industry’s value as a high quality, low cost alternative for the automotive consumer. ARA provides safety, educational, advocacy, networking, business, market intelligence and technical resources to serve the collective interests of our members. Learn more >
WiAC is dedicated to providing opportunities, education and career leadership to women in the auto care industry through conferences and networking, scholarships, education, data, awards, scholarships and more. Over 200 individual members employed in the automotive industry are members of WiAC. Learn more >
YANG is the home for the auto care industry’s dynamic and vibrant community of under-40 professionals. YANG provides its members with the opportunity to network with industry peers, develop new skill sets and improve leadership capabilities. YANG events include panel discussions with industry leaders, professional development sessions and networking events throughout the country. YANG awards a number of scholarships to rising stars in the industry as well. Learn more >
WiM is the only national trade association dedicated to providing year-round support to women who have chosen a career in the manufacturing industry. At present, more than 2,000 individual members representing nearly 900 manufacturing companies have joined our growing ranks of industry professionals. WiM encompasses manufacturers of all types and welcomes individuals from every job function – from production to the C-Suite. Membership is available to women and men working within the manufacturing sector. Learn more >
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