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1 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Chuck Roberts Vice President NATEF/ AYES

2 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE ASE Industry Education Alliance Overview NATEF Update AYES Update ATMC Overview ASE Student Certification Career Path Wrap up Questions

3 The Business Solution to Your Employment Needs

4 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Works to improve the quality of vehicle repair and service by testing and certifying automotive professionals More than 350,000 automotive professionals hold ASE certifications in every part of the automotive service industry Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved. The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

5 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE To Help Schools: ­ Ensure programs are technically up-to-date to prepare student’s for today’s industry needs ­ Ensure that instructors are continuously networking with training professionals and service individuals To Help Students: ­ Ensure that their education is aligned with today’s industry needs ­ Prepare to be qualified entry-level techs for today’s employers Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved.

6 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE To Help Instructors ­ Connect with in-service training resources and training Managers and to ensure they are teaching a current technology To Help Employers ­ Identify qualified entry-level talent ­ Recruit technicians at the local level To Help Training Mangers ­ Network and learn/share best practices and innovation with trainers from other organizations Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved.

7 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE To Help the Automotive Service Industry: ­ Be prepared to navigate the new success pathways for today’s automotive trainers and service individuals ­ Insure that the industry is being populated with qualified, well-educated service individuals ­ Ensure that customers can receive excellence in automotive service ­ Ensure that automotive schools, students, instructors, training managers and employers have a platform to keep them networked for success Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved.

8 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE The ASE Industry Education Alliance Combines the unique value and expertise of ASE, NATEF, AYES, and ATMC Addressing the challenge of finding and training a qualified service workforce for today and tomorrow Provides the standards and employer connections to ensure that pools of qualified technicians are available locally across the nation Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved.

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10 Founded in 1983 as a non-profit, independent organization Mission: to evaluate and accredit entry-level technician training programs against standards developed by the automotive industry Accredited automotive training programs in all fifty states Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved. The National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation

11 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE NATEF Auto Standards Program Standards NATEF Collision Standards

12 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Industry mix of work changing—more maintenance Employers want entry-level with foundational knowledge Model the same for 30 years TIME for CHANGE

13 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved.

14 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Number of Tasks Number of Hours Instructor Qualifications Maintenance & Light Repair (MLR) All instructors must be ASE certified in G1, A4, A5, and A6. Auto Service Technology (AST) (includes MLR) All instructors must be ASE certified in G1 & A6 plus ASE certification(s) in the categories they teach. All eight areas of ASE certification (A1 – A8) must be covered by instructors of record Master Auto Service Technology (MAST) (includes MLR/AST) All instructors must be ASE certified in G1 & A6 plus ASE certification(s) in the categories they teach. Engine Performance instructors must have L1. All nine areas of ASE certification (A1 – A8, L1) must be covered by instructors of record

15 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Creation of new stand alone standard on Advisory Committees ­ Removed references to Advisory Committees in other standards and added them here Recognized issues out of program’s control ­ Budget issues, student records, substitutes, first aid Annual report/Compliance Review ­ Will require programs to update contact info each year ­ Will be tighter on compliance reviews Overall updated language and relevancy and removed as much redundancy as possible, clarified required documentation

16 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Effective 7/2013 Automobile/Truck Collision Initial Renewal of Accreditation Accreditation Documents$0—available on website$0-available on website Application Fee $ $425 for additional programs at each site $ $375 For additional programs at each site On-Site Evaluation. Team Manuals ($65 each) Included in application fee Honorarium for the ETL ($250 per day) $500.00$ Estimated expenses for the ETL $300.00$150.00

17 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair300 hours MIG Welding75 hours DAECS46 hours Total Minimum Hour Requirement421 hours Option B Painting and Refinishing300 hours DAECS46 hours Total Minimum Hour Requirement346 hours Option A

18 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Painting and Refinishing300 hours Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair300 hours Structural Analysis & Damage Repair185 hours Mechanical and Electrical Components200 hours MIG Welding75 hours DAECS46 hours Total Minimum Hour Requirement1106 hours Option D (Master) Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair300 hours Structural Analysis & Damage Repair185 hours MIG Welding75 hours DAECS46 hours Total Minimum Hour Requirement606 hours Option C

19 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE New user friendly website up and running Log in for State Departments of Education Review Collision and Truck standards in 2014 Working on accreditation software program

20 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved.

21 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Partnerships among… ­ Automotive vehicle, parts, tool and equipment manufacturers ­ Dealer and trade associations ­ State Department of Education and Labor ­ Local OEM and Aftermarket service providers and secondary schools Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved. Automotive Youth Education Systems

22 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Identifies, engages and encourages those who meet AYES standards to pursue careers in the industry ­ School-to-career process Develops business and education relationships to transition students to the workplace or post-secondary education Creates internships where students are mentored by an ASE Certified Technician Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved. Automotive Youth Education Systems

23 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Interest and Eligibility ­ Parental endorsement or acknowledement. ­ Counselor (or other school administrator) acknowledgement. ­ Instructor endorsement. ­ Statement of intent to complete the AYES pathway/model. ­ Acceptable attendance and discipline records. Job Shadowing ­ Completion of the AYES career shadowing activity. Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved. AYES Student Standards

24 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Academic Achievement ­ Completion of required safety course. ­ In good standing for on-time graduation. ­ Completion of one semester of a NATEF-accredited automotive, collision repair/refinish, or M/H truck technology course of study at the secondary level. ­ Completion of SkillsUSA PDP Levels 1 and 2 (or equivalent). ­ Minimum overall grade point average (GPA) of C-equivalent. ­ Minimum GPA in automotive technology classes of B-equivalent. Recommendations and Endorsement ­ Completion of the job interview process. ­ Instructor and/or Advisory Committee recommendation. Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved. AYES Student Standards (cont’d)

25 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Application Requirements ­ Statement of intent to complete the 320-hour internship, if available. ­ Resume. ­ Letter of reference. ­ Minimum age of 16 by the start date of any employment opportunity. ­ Possess a valid Operator’s License, in good standing (i.e. clean driving record). ­ Have access to reliable transportation. ­ Be able to pass, drug, alcohol and other employment screening requirements. ­ myASE account or ASE ID number Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved. AYES Student Standards

26 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE THEN Program-based Internship focus Elite NATEF perception OEM only Labor intensive to manage NOW Student process Standards focus Accessible to all students Industry-wide participation – OE and aftermarket Easier to implement Get Started

27 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved.

28 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Council of automotive training professionals Founded in 1984 by original equipment and aftermarket automotive training professionals for the exchange of training ideas and strategies Members use networking and exchange of ideas to improve training techniques and stay current The Automotive Training Managers Council Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved.

29 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Develops best practices for in-service training programs Provides a service to the industry through research and publications related to training and HR for the automotive industry Supports life-long career learning in the industry The Automotive Training Managers Council Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved.

30 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE NATEF End-of-Program tests AYES Exit Exams Became National Automotive Student Skills Standards Assessment tests (NA3SA) Now: ASE Student Certification Test Series ­ Automobile ­ Truck ­ Collision

31 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Test Titles ­ Automobile ­8 Systems Area (Engine Repair, Brakes, etc.) ­New Maintenance & Light Repair ­ Collision Repair / Refinish – 4 titles ­ M/H Truck ­Diesel Engines ­Electrical / Electronics ­Brakes ­Steering / Suspension

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33 National student industry certification ­ Portable ­ Stackable Meets Perkins IV accountability requirement Students may take any test twice in school year (Pre/Post) Pricing per student and school year Access to state data by State DOE

34 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE ASE Student Certification Maintenance and Light Repair P2, C1, B6, A1-A9 Other Career Paths L1, L2 Required Year of Work Experience None1 Year2 Year3 Years Duration of Certification 2 Year5 Year5 Years Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved.

35 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved. Schools NATEFAYESASEATMC MLRASTMAST AYES Student G1 A1-A9, B2- B6, C1, P2, T1-T8, etc. L1, L2 Professional Training Paint / Refinish Structural Non - Structural Mechanical 1yr/ 5 Yr 2 Yr/5yr 3yr/ 5yr StudentsProfessionals ASE Student Certifications ASE Professional Certifications

36 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved. Student to Employer Connection Career Pathways Industry Education Cooperation Lifelong Learning Qualified Workforce Entry-Level Students Field Network Networked for Success

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38 Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved.

39 The Business Solution to Your Employment Needs

40 NATEF | AYES | ATMC | ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved. Any Questions? For more information visit


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