With the creation of the ASE Education Foundation, a few things have changed. To help you better understand what has changed and what will remain the same for your school’s auto program, we sat down with ASE to figure out what you need to know going into the 2018-19 school year.
The Western Maricopa Education Center (West-MEC) automotive technology program has received National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) accreditation.
NATEF has announced five new members of the board of trustees for 2017. Jim Anderson, auto instructor at Greenville High School, Greenville, Ohio, will serve as chairman.
The Automotive Services Program at Florida Panhandle Technical College in Chipley, FL, recently earned NATEF accreditation.
The Crowder College auto tech program recently received NATEF accreditation.
The Alma High School auto tech program in Alma, MI, was recently certified by the National Automotive Technician’s Education Foundation.
The Automotive Technology program at Jeff Tech in Reynoldsville, PA, recently received reaccreditation by NATEF and The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).
The National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) has announced three new members of the board of trustees for 2016. The new trustees are: Marie Barry, director of the office of career readiness, New Jersey Department of Education, Trenton, NJ; Suzanne LaBroad, vice president for recruiting and recognition, Hendrick Automotive Group, Charlotte, NC; and Mike Mulvihill, bureau
The Gates Corp. has launched a new website for its revamped Tools for Schools (T4S) program for educators. T4S is a free interactive resource program developed to provide the latest training information to automotive and heavy-duty instructors. The site has been re-designed and updated to provide easier access to a variety of educational resources. The