Automotive Training Managers Council Calls For Award Submissions

Automotive Training Managers Council Calls For Award Submissions

In what has become an annual tradition, ATMC recognizes effective or innovative training programs for the Automotive and Truck service sectors. The awards highlight the importance of training to the success of the industry.

The Automotive Training Managers Council (ATMC) is calling for submissions for its 2017 National Excellence in Training Awards. In what has become an annual tradition, ATMC recognizes effective or innovative training programs for the Automotive and Truck service sectors. The awards highlight the importance of training to the success of the industry.

Three awards will be given, including an overall Grand Award, to programs that meet or exceed a prescribed level of excellence. An ATMC panel will judge all submissions based on several criteria. Awards will be presented at the ATMC reception on November 1, 2017, during Industry Week in Las Vegas.

The application process is free to all ATMC members. Non-members pay a $150 application fee. The deadline for submissions is September 1, 2017. For more information or an application, visit www.atmc.org or contact Dave Milne at [email protected] or 703-669-6617.

ATMC is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of training and professional development within the transportation service industry. A member of the ASE Industry Education Alliance, ATMC helps members keep up with innovations in automotive training delivery by facilitating interaction among its members and serves as a leadership forum for training professionals to promote world class training standards in the automotive, heavy duty and related industries.

 

 

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