The 2022 ASE Instructor Training Conference is scheduled for July 12-15 at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Frisco, Texas. Hosted by the ASE Education Foundation, the conference is planned for high school and college instructors from auto, truck and collision repair programs nationwide.
“Be sure to mark your calendar for the nineth annual ASE Instructor Training Conference. This year’s event will be live and in-person, so it is the perfect forum to reconnect with industry peers and share information in a face-to-face setting,” said Mike Coley, president, ASE Education Foundation. “Registration is open now, so why wait? Log on now to register and make your plans to meet us in Texas.”
Offering more than 20 hours of technical update training, the in-person conference will provide separate tracks for auto, medium/heavy truck and collision repair instructors. The cost for instructors from ASE-accredited programs is $550 per person while the cost for instructors from non-accredited programs is $650 each.
The keynote opening session at the conference will focus on recruiting and retaining minority and female students. The goal of the keynote session will be to expand awareness and address barriers that prevent these students from joining the automotive industry.
For more information and to register, visit the ASE Education Foundation website at https://aseeducationfoundation.org/events/ase-instructor-training-conference.
About ASE Education Foundation
The ASE Education Foundation works with over 2,300 automotive technology training programs and over 100,000 students nationally to provide the transportation industry a viable workforce through standards and credentials for institutions, organizations and individuals. The Foundation also offers career development and workplace exposure by creating relationships and partnerships with employers. For more information, visit www.aseeducationfoundation.org.
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