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ASE Industry Education Alliance

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  1. ASE Industry Education Alliance NASTF General Meeting Palm Springs April 17, 2012

  2. Current Stats 2010 US Census Data 35 million Americans are 55-64 years old 44 million more will be in 10 years Together, that’s 26% of the US Population BLS Data 587,510 – Auto Technicians 129,730 – Collision Technicians 14,020 – Glass Technicians

  3. The Need There are several challenges facing the automotive service industry in the near future: • Replacement of our increasingly older technician workforce. • Lack of qualified entry-level technicians • Development of a pipeline for recruiting young people into careers in the automotive industry. • Connecting qualified students with employers • Traditional pathways into the industry have changed.

  4. The Need • “Service Readiness Gap” in technical skills & knowledge between dealer & aftermarket technicians • No formal, in-service technician development programs • Growing need for knowledge & skills standards • Access to tools, information and educational resources • Aftermarket & OEM’s have a responsibility to cooperate to address these needs for their common benefit

  5. The Solution The ASE Industry Education Alliance applies the unique value and expertise of ASE, NATEF, AYES, NACAT and ATMC to the challenge of finding and training the qualified workforce of today and tomorrow by providing the standards and employer connections to ensure that pools of qualified technicians are available locally across the nation.

  6. The Solution The ASE Industry Education Alliance establishes a framework within which the training and information needs of the technician workforce can be identified, communicated and applied to ensure that available training and information resources are recognized and engaged throughout the service professional’s career.

  7. Alliance Network Entry-LevelStudents QualifiedWorkforce YOUR FieldNetwork LifelongLearning BUSINESS SUCCESS Student to Employer Connection Industry Education Cooperation Career Pathways

  8. Features • Program accreditation based on national industry and education standards through NATEF • Career preparation with school-to-work connections through AYES • Instructor support, development and networking through NACAT • In-service training best practices and trainer networking through ATMC • Individual professional certification through ASE

  9. Features • Direct connection to new and existing service professionals • Cooperative framework for participation by industry organizations such as NASTF and both OEM and Aftermarket associations • Communication channel for educators to access the latest information on advancing automotive technology • Efficient channel for resource distribution • Direct field support structure

  10. Benefits • Nationwide pool of qualified entry-level technicians available to all segments • Enhanced recruitment opportunities for employers • Connection with students, instructors and working technicians • Field network for direct contact and support • Customized hiring strategies • Showcases leadership & industry/education partnership

  11. Benefits • Communication channel for curriculum development based on evolving industry knowledge standards • Improved awareness of existing resources • Improved educational opportunities at secondary, post-secondary and in-service levels • “Common ground” for cooperation between OEM and Aftermarket segments for the benefit of the entire industry

  12. Thank you! For more information e-mail