If you’re thinking about attending the 2019 ASE Educator Training Conference, you only have a few more days to register.
Registration for the event, which is scheduled for July 22-25 in Frisco, Texas, closes on July 8.
The keynote speaker, Michael Brustein, partner
at Brustein &
Manasevit PLLC, will discuss how to access federal funds to
support automotive programs, as well as activities that may be supported, the relevant legal requirements, and changes between
Perkins IV and V.
During the event, attendees can obtain the required 20 hours of update training for their respective programs, with sessions covering automotive, collision and truck.
Registration is $550 per person (accredited program) and $650 per person (non-accredited program). Registration includes access to all the technical training sessions, the Sponsor Expo, breakfast all week (if staying at Embassy Suites), three lunches, two receptions and one networking dinner at Dr. Pepper Ballpark.
Technical training begins at 8 a.m. on July 23.