NATEF has announced five new members of the board of trustees for 2017. Jim Anderson, auto instructor at Greenville High School, Greenville, Ohio, will serve as chairman.
The ASE Industry Education Alliance held its third annual instructor conference last month in Concord, North Carolina. With more than 300 automotive instructors, industry trainers and leaders in attendance, the conference offered three full days of training that count toward an instructor’s NATEF accreditation.
The National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) recently announced one of the most significant changes to the program in the organization’s history. The update to the NATEF standards used to accredit automotive training programs at the secondary and post-secondary school level reflects the changing needs of the automotive industry for entry-level technicians.