Ford Training

The Ford Certified Collision Network (FCCN) requires facilities to obtain and maintain the I-CAR® Gold Class® designation. The I-CAR Gold Class designation ensures that professionals are trained to have the knowledge and skills required to provide customers with efficient, safe and high-quality collision repairs.

Ford Motor Company relies on I-CAR to make certain specific training programs available to collision repair technicians, as listed below. The programs listed below are the only training programs available through I-CAR that have been reviewed and approved by Ford Motor Company.


Ford-Required Courses

A minimum of one technician per shop is required to take each of these courses as part of the Ford Certified Collision Network requirements:

Ford Ranger Overview and Repair Considerations | Launched 2020

2015 Ford F-150 Structural Repair Training Course

Training and Certification: Aluminum GMA (MIG) Welding
I-CAR requires completion of Aluminum GMA (MIG) Welding Theory as a prerequisite for taking this course. 

2018 Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator Aluminum Body and Structural Repair
Prior completion of Training and Certification: Aluminum GMA (MIG) Welding is highly recommended for technicians who want to take the 2018 Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator Aluminum Body and Structural Repair course.

Ford-Recommended Courses

Ford Collision Repair Overview | Launched 2019

If You Have Questions 

For any questions about the Ford Certified Collision Network, please click here.


To manage your individual affiliation, please contact your assigned I-CAR Customer Care representative or call (800) 422-7872.