CCIF is the national venue for industry stakeholders to get together, network and share information. Today, with the professional management and support of AIA Canada, CCIF is moving ahead with important industry initiatives that will help to ensure the sustainability and profitability of the industry in the future. As new projects are started, committees will be formed, allowing all industry stakeholders to have the opportunity to work together and create positive change.
Collision Industry Education Connection Program
The CI-EC sponsorship program consists of industry support and assistance to post-secondary participating auto body colleges across the country. This sponsorship initiative offers us many ways to support the participating colleges.
CCIF Business Conditions Survey
The CCIF Business Conditions Survey (BCS) has been developed to address the current lack of accurate market information for the Canadian collision industry. This information is critical to the CCIF objective of contributing to repairer profitability and sustainability.
I-CAR Canada Sponsorship Program
I-CAR Canada is one of the leading training and recognition programs in the industry dedicated to providing the information, knowledge and skills required to perform complete, safe and quality repairs
CCIF and CIC are bringing the North American automotive industry together to help support a very worthy cause in Haiti. This initiative will provide the infrastructure, tools, equipment and training to create a long-term sustainable educational program to improve the lives of thousands of Haitian families and create positive change in the community and country.
OE Certified Programs
The participating vehicle manufacturers have provided the requirements for their certified collision repair network programs. This initiative will keep you up to date on all of the OE repair programs being offered.
In 2015 and 2016, CCIF has led the first ever collaborative project of auto insurers and repairers focused on advances for the industry and consumers. This First Notice of Loss Assignment initiative will streamline a portion of the pre-repair claim process to improve customer experience and industry productivity.