ATI makes history with the first SuperConference that broke the 700-attendee threshold.
ATI’s Annual Partner Program with key suppliers brings maximum value to the ATI membership base.
The nearly year-long project provides members with an additional 4,500 square feet of space.
As VP of client fulfillment, Skibbie will be responsible for overseeing total department operations.
Attendees Of Automotive Training Institute’s SuperConference Donate $51,000 And 2,500 Pairs Of Socks To Soldiers’ Angels
The Automotive Training Institute’s (ATI) SuperConference 2019 attendees raised more than $51,000 and collected more than 2,500 pairs of socks for San Antonio-based Soldiers’ Angels a charitable organization that provides aid to more than 360,000 service members, wounded heroes, military families and veterans of all eras.
The training is an ongoing process, starting with three months of home study and three days of on-site instruction at ATI’s headquarters with Andrew Neitlich, CEC founder and director. In addition to ATI, Neitlich and his team train and certify coaches from companies such as U.S. Department of Defense, Coca-Cola and Microsoft.
Automotive Training Institute Members Raise More Than $70,000 For Orlando’s Kid Beating Cancer Charity At Annual Conference
Members of ATI’s leadership attended an unveiling at the KBC Pediatric Transplant Center to view the kids’ patient room with a permanent sign recognizing ATI member contributions from SuperConference 2018.