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New myASE Web Portal Now Open For Registration

The myASE portal can be accessed by visiting my.ase.com.

900+ Instructors Participate In ASE Virtual Training

Educators received a collective total of 5,700 hours of professional development training.

Universal Technical Institute To Give Laptops To Students

UTI will utilize a portion of its CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds to provide 14,000 laptops.

The Group Training Academy Adds EV Courseware, Training Tool

The Group has introduced a classroom visual training tool that assists in the education of students.

UTI Reopens Hands-On Labs At All Campuses

Students return to in-person education and train for jobs essential for America’s recovery.

Take The AMECA ADAS Survey

Hansen VTF will be offering a week-long AMECA Certified ADAS training program.

Dana Broadens Tech Training Series

Expanded content to include axle-focused maintenance and inspection videos.

JASPER Partners With Find A Wrench

Partnership aims to help shops recruit skilled service technicians.

The Group Training Academy Offers Exclusive Monthly Live-Stream Training Sessions

A live-stream broadcast, titled “Bosch Start/Stop Technology: System Diagnostics” presented by Bob Pattengale, is scheduled for 2 p.m. EST on June 26. As an incentive to watch the video, The Group Training Academy will randomly award a $100 gift card each to two members who view the entire broadcast.

As Nation’s Demand For Skilled Tradespeople Grows, Universal Technical Institute Opens Its Doors To Prospective Technicians

Open houses across the country highlight the industry’s annual need for more than 120,000 trained transportation technicians.

Kawasaki Puts $315,000 Of Powersports Technology In The Hands Of Student Techs

Motorcycle Mechanics Institute’s state-of-the-industry labs will be outfitted with Kawasaki’s newest products.

WorldSkills USA Will Go For Gold In Kazan, Russia, At Global Trade Skills Competition

Among the automotive-related skilled trade categories in which U.S. students will compete are Automobile Technology, Auto Body Repair, Heavy Vehicle Maintenance, Mechantronics and Mechanical Engineering.