ASE launches training benchmarks survey

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The ASE Training Managers Council (ATMC) conducts an annual survey to establish training benchmarks within the auto and heavy-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.  

“2020 and 2021 were such unusual years and we are expecting to see information that will help the auto and heavy vehicle training industry to navigate forward,’ said David Milne, President, ASE Training Managers Council (ATMC) in a statement.

Those who complete the entire survey can enter for a chance to win one of two $250 Snap-on tool certificates or one of several Cabella’s gift cards.

The results will be presented at the ATMC Conference in April of 2022 and posted on the ATMC website following the conference.

The survey should take between 7 and 10 minutes to complete. To access the survey, just click here.  

“Please feel free to share this message with others in the industry.  Your voluntary participation will help to improve the quality and availability of training for working professionals in the auto and heavy-vehicle industry,” says Milne.

About ASE Training Managers Council

The ASE Training Managers Council was founded in 1984 as a non-profit organization designed to promote the advancement of training and professional development within the automotive service industry. Reorganized in 2009 as a member of the ASE family of organizations, the ATMC continues to help members stay abreast of innovations in training by facilitating interaction among its members.  It is a diverse group with about a third of the members coming from the OEMs, both auto and truck, a third from the Aftermarket, and a third from entities that serve the training industry.

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