The annual conference of the ASE Training Managers Council (ATMC) was recently held in Grapevine, Texas. Featuring several presentations and roundtable discussions focused on training and manager development, conference attendees were also updated with the latest findings of the ATMC training benchmarks survey.
“We had a terrific turnout at this year’s ATMC conference with representatives from the OE, aftermarket, trucking, fleet and collision segments of the industry,” said Matt Shepanek, president of ATMC. “The feedback received was very positive and attendees said that the presentations and breakout sessions were very informative. The panel discussion on EV training solutions was especially well received and because of the need for training in this area, we plan to expand on that topic in the future.”
The ATMC conference culminated with a presentation of the annual ATMC training benchmarks survey results where critical areas of how ATMC’s training consumers view its training offerings, as well as industry technical statistics, were shared with the group.
The ATMC training benchmarks survey is conducted annually within the automotive and heavy-duty vehicle service and repair industry. The survey is designed to establish a series of metrics to help the industry recognize trends, provide a comparison standard and align the offerings of training providers with the needs of training consumers. To view the ATMC training benchmarks survey results, visit the ATMC website at ATMC.org.
The ASE Training Managers Council (ATMC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of training and professional development within the transportation service industry. A division of ASE, the council helps members keep up with innovations in automotive training by facilitating interaction among its members and serves as a leadership forum for training professionals to promote world class training standards in the automotive, heavy duty and related industries. See more at www.ATMC.org.
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