NATEF UPDATE. Michigan Career Education Conference February 3, 2015 Beti Yoder ASE Industry Education Alliance Midwest Manager

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1 NATEF UPDATE Michigan Career Education Conference February 3, 2015 Beti Yoder ASE Industry Education Alliance Midwest Manager

2 The Business Solution to Your Employment Needs

3 Background Industry mix of work changing more maintenance Employers want entry-level with foundational knowledge Model the same for 30 years TIME for CHANGE

4 ASE Industry Education Alliance NATEF AYES NACAT ATMC ASE INDUSTRY EDUCATION ALLIANCE Career Path Instructors Copyright 2002 Sterling Commerce, Inc. All rights reserved.

5 2008 Auto Accreditation Model *Brakes *Suspension/Steering *Electrical/Electronic Systems *Engine Performance Engine Repair Heating & Air Conditioning Automatic Transmission & Transaxle Manual Drive Train & Axles Number of Tasks

6 2012 Auto Accreditation Model 100 Number of Tasks MAST AST Maintenance & Light Repair

7 Tasks, Hours and Qualifications Maintenance & Light Repair (MLR) Auto Service Technology (AST) (includes MLR) Master Auto Service Technology (MAST) (includes MLR/AST) Number of Tasks Number of Hours Instructor Qualifications All instructors must be ASE certified in G1, A4, A5, and A All instructors must be ASE certified in G1 & A6 plus ASE certification(s) in the categories they teach. All eight areas of ASE certification (A1 A8) must be covered by instructors of record All instructors must be ASE certified in G1 & A6 plus ASE certification(s) in the categories they teach. Engine Performance instructors must have L1. All nine areas of ASE certification (A1 A8, L1) must be covered by instructors of record

8 Accreditation Fees Effective 7/2013 Automobile/Truck Collision Initial Renewal of Accreditation Accreditation Documents $0 available on website $0-available on website Application Fee On-Site Evaluation. Team Manuals ($65 each) $ $425 for additional programs at each site Included in application fee $ $375 For additional programs at each site Included in application fee Honorarium for the ETL ($250 per day) Estimated expenses for the ETL $ $ $ $150.00

9 Collision Minimum Requirements Option A Painting and Refinishing DAECS Total Minimum Hour Requirement 300 hours 46 hours 346 hours Option B Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair MIG Welding DAECS Total Minimum Hour Requirement 300 hours 75 hours 46 hours 421 hours

10 Collision Minimum Requirements Option C Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair Structural Analysis & Damage Repair MIG Welding DAECS Total Minimum Hour Requirement 300 hours 185 hours 75 hours 46 hours 606 hours Option D (Master) Painting and Refinishing Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair Structural Analysis & Damage Repair Mechanical and Electrical Components MIG Welding DAECS Total Minimum Hour Requirement 300 hours 300 hours 185 hours 200 hours 75 hours 46 hours 1106 hours

11 Student Credentialing NATEF End-of-Program tests Became National Automotive Student Skills Standards Assessment tests (NA3SA) Now: ASE Student Certification Test Series Auto Truck Collision Maintenance and Light Repair Spring 2013

12 ASE Student Certification

13 ASE Certifications Career Path ASE Student Certification Maintenance and Light Repair P2, C1, B6, A1-A9 Other Career Paths L1, L2 Required Work Experience Duration of Certification None 1 Year 2 Years 3 Years 2 Years 5 Years 5 Years 5 Years

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26 THANK YOU Beti Yoder ASE Industry Education Alliance Area Manager Midwest