Fisher received the award during the ASE Board of Governors Meeting and Service Professional Awards Banquet.
“Fill Your Pipeline of Entry-Level Employees by Engaging Local Students” starts at noon on Oct. 31.
One of the major outcomes was the creation of a new area of accreditation entitled “Collision Repair and Refinish Fundamentals.”
The inaugural class will feature six of the most accomplished automotive service professionals in the industry.
The auto-industry influencer spoke at the ASE Education Foundation Instructor Training Conference.
ASE says the intent of these standards is to minimize exposure to EV hazards and their associated impacts.
ProProctor is a remote testing option available for all ASE recertification tests, except for the L1 and L2 tests.
Service professionals registering by the deadline will have 90 days to schedule an appointment to take their ASE tests.
“We had a tremendous group of nominees, and they all were deserving of this recognition,” ASE CEO Tim Zilke said.
Many past ASE chairmen were in attendance as special guests to celebrate the 50th anniversary of ASE.
There is still plenty of time for ASE-certified technicians and parts specialists to enter for a chance to win.
The test is designed to identify technicians who possess knowledge of the skills required to diagnose, service and calibrate ADAS.