The ASE Training Managers Council annual awards ceremony will take place from 5-7 p.m. at the Sands Expo Center.
Allison’s redesigned training program for the 3000/4000 Series transmissions provides hands-on activities designed to engage students and meet learning objectives.
The new chair is Laura Lyons, president and CEO, ATech Training.
Winning the Grand Award for the second year in a row, Motor Coach Industries came out on top with a program submitted by its Technical Training Manager, Scott Crawford, titled “MCI Academy ELECT 401.”
The event allowed members to share their collective knowledge, look into the future of how people will learn and enjoy a unique networking opportunity for the transportation training industry.
The name change reflects the affiliation the council has with ASE as well as an overall rebranding of all organizations affiliated with ASE.
A newcomer to the ATMC awards competition, Motor Coach Industries captured the Grand Award with a program submitted by Scott Crawford, the company’s technical training manager, titled “MCI Academy HVAC 101.”
ATMC recognizes effective or innovative training programs for the automotive and truck service sectors. The awards aim to highlight the importance of training to the success of the industry.
The new chair is Chris Chesney, senior director, Customer Training, Advance Auto Parts – CARQUEST Technical Institute.