ASE Foundation revised its accreditation standards to address high-voltage systems in collision and truck repair programs.
The Foundation has made it easy for businesses to benefit from its new Adopt-A-School program.
In-person event set for July 12-15 in Frisco, Texas.
The registration window is set to end on September 30, 2021.
Techs will be able to order ASE tests and products and place them into a shopping cart for immediate purchase.
Technicians can extend their ASE certifications without setting foot in a test center by using the ASE Renewal App.
The conference will offer more than 60 technical sessions providing more than 100 hours of available training over three days.
After seven years of leading the Education Foundation, Trish Serratore has decided to transition to part-time status and will move back to ASE as senior vice president of communications. ASE Senior Vice President Mike Coley will take over her position as president of the ASE Education Foundation.
The New Instructor Guide is free and was developed through grants from Ingersoll Rand and the National Network of Business and Industry Associations.
The ASE Education Foundation Instructor Training Conference will offer more than 70 technical sessions, providing 114 hours of available training over three days.
S/P2 has created the Workplace Mentoring System, which offers online courses covering the roles of the three key players – the mentor, the mentee and the manager.
“The new combined organization will take advantage of the extremely high ASE brand awareness among consumers, industry and education audiences. It will also provide clarity and simplification of message to help us assist our transportation industry partners in recruiting, training, hiring and retaining a strong, viable workforce now and into the future,” said Tim Zilke, ASE president and CEO.