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ASE MISSION www.natef.org To improve the quality of vehicle repair and service through testing and certification. 2010 is here! 2011 will bring more changes. Nobody likes change but wet babies. Program Certification Process. Recom- mendation for Certification. Program Self Evaluation.

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ASE MISSION

www.natef.org

To improve the quality of vehicle repair and service through testing and certification.


2010 is here! 2011 will bring more changes

Nobody likes change but wet babies


Program certification process
Program Certification Process

Recom-

mendation

for

Certification

Program

Self

Evaluation

On-Site

Evaluation

NATEF

Review

ASE Certification (5 years)


Transportation program certification
Transportation PROGRAMCERTIFICATION

  • Automobile(includes optional CNG, LPG)

  • Collision Repair & Refinish

  • Medium/Heavy Truck (includes optional CNG, LNG, LPG)


Program standards

6. Instruction

7.Equipment

8. Facilities

9. Instructional Staff

10. Cooperative Agreements

11. Elearning

Program Standards

  • Purpose

  • Administration

  • Learning Resources

  • Finances

  • Student Services


Five point rating scale
Five Point Rating Scale

5 Exceptional; Above Average

4 Average; Adequate

3 Somewhat; Needs Improvement

2 Very little

1 Not at all


Rating Standards154Documentation!Documentation!Documentation!


Standard 2.5; An Advisory Committee consisting of at least five (5) members must convene at least two times a year and be utilized to provide counsel, assistance, and information from the community served by the training program.

This committee should be broadly based and include former students, employed technicians, employers, and representatives for consumers’ interest.

Go-No-Go Standard 2.5

Stds 2.3 D&E, 4.2A, 5.5E, 6.4A, 6.5C, 6.7 B, 6.14 F, 7.5B

And Advisory tour of facility Std 8.11 Should be discussed

and recorded in the minutes Std 11 new!


Std. 2.5 Business and Industry Council

Tom Richardson says “It is all about relationships!”

Advisory meetings should be face to face, working meetings.

Short and to the point. Do not waste their time!


Business and education council
Business and Education Council Std. 2.5 Business and Industry Council

  • https://autoteacher.net/AYES_Page.php

    Information on requirements for an advisory

    How to develop and maintain an advisory

    Watch an Advisory meeting


Std. 2.5 Std. 2.5 Business and Industry Council

Local business representatives

Local business representatives

Counselors, Administrators

Parents

Owners and service managers


Go no go items
GO / NO - GO ITEMS Std. 2.5 Business and Industry Council

  • Standard 5.5 F

    The Advisory Committee must review information from annual follow-up procedure and provide input for modifications to the program.


6.15 Live work Std. 2.5 Business and Industry Council

https://autoteacher.net/NATEF


All students will receive instruction in the storage, handling, and use of Hazardous Materials as required in Hazard Communication Title 29, Code of Federal Regulation Part 1910.1200, ‘Right to Know Law’, and state and local requirements;

Std 6.8

Std. 6.5 D 1, 2

Hazardous and toxic materials will be handled, removed and recycled or disposed of according to federal, state, and local regulations.

www.sp2.org


Hands on Performance Evaluation handling, and use of Hazardous Materials as required in Hazard Communication Title 29, Code of Federal Regulation Part 1910.1200, ‘Right to Know Law’, and state and local requirements;

training programs being evaluated for certification should have written and detailed performance standards for each task covered and taught in the curriculum;

Validates the Program

Hands on Performance Evaluation

Std 6.7 Hands on Competency

Std 6.7, A,B,C

Std. 6.13

Validates the Program


Std. 7.1A Go-No Go Equipment Safety handling, and use of Hazardous Materials as required in Hazard Communication Title 29, Code of Federal Regulation Part 1910.1200, ‘Right to Know Law’, and state and local requirements;

Std. 8.2A Safety Signage

Std.6.8D Shop Safety

Std 8.2 G

Traffic lanes

Bolt down equipment


Go no go items1
GO / NO - GO ITEMS handling, and use of Hazardous Materials as required in Hazard Communication Title 29, Code of Federal Regulation Part 1910.1200, ‘Right to Know Law’, and state and local requirements;

Standard 6.5 A (Collision)

95% of HP-I tasks

90% of HP-G tasks

must be in curriculum


Go no go items2
GO / NO - GO ITEMS handling, and use of Hazardous Materials as required in Hazard Communication Title 29, Code of Federal Regulation Part 1910.1200, ‘Right to Know Law’, and state and local requirements;

Standard 6.5 A (Auto)

95% of P1 tasks

80% of P2 tasks

50% of P3 tasks

must be in curriculum

GST must teach 100% of tasks


The student has received the necessary training to locate and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.

Std 6.5 , 5&6


Www natef org
www.natef.org and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.

  • https://autoteacher.net/NATEF__Teacher_Helps.html

  • E Learning

  • http://www.natef.org/documents/natefe-learningq&a.pdf


Std 6 13 testing both written and performance based
Std 6.13 Testing and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.both written and performance based

http://www.gactaern.org/curri

http://www.na3sa.com/


Your first impression is important! and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.


Go no go items3
GO / NO - GO ITEMS and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.

  • Standard 7.1 B

    Safety glasses must be worn by all students, instructors, and visitors in the lab/shop area while lab is in session.


Std 6.9 A 5,6 Personal Habits, and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.

6.10 Work Habits


8.6 A and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.

Separate classroom

Std 6.8 D and 7.1 B Safety Glasses must

be worn if any work is being done in shop/lab


Go no go items4
GO / NO - GO ITEMS and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.

  • Standard 7.1 A

    All shields, guards, and safety devices must be in place, operable, and used.

    Note: A go-no-go std will cause the program not to be certified no matter how good the rest of the evaluation is.


7.1 A Go-No Go and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.

Safety!

7.1 B Safety Glasses

8.4 Orderly workplace/lab


Std 7.2 and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.

Tools & Equipment must meet program goals


Std. 7.2 A,B,C and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.

Std 7.8 A,B,C

Hand tools

Quality&Quantity


Std 6.4 teaching load and contact hours and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.

Std 2.4 liability

Std 8.2 Safety of the facility


Std 6.5 OSHA, EPA, and Safety and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.

Std 8.4, 8.1, 8.2


8.2 C Power cut 8.2, B Fire Extinguishers and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.


8.7 Storage and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.


Std 8.9, 8.2 Exhaust and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.


Std 8.4, Std. 8.10 A,B,C and use current reference and training materials from accepted industry publications and resources.

Std. 8.2 B

First Aid

Housekeeping

Honda Factory Training Center


Go-No-go Std. 9 Instructors required to attend at least 20 hours/year of recognized industry training relevant to the areas in which the program is certified.

Std.2.3 A, Can you go?

Std.9.3 B, Do you go?

Documentation of attendance required.


Internships Std. 10 hours/year of recognized industry training relevant to the areas in which the program is certified.

17 yr old @ local Dealership

Student Apprenticeships

Summer internships

Std. 10.1A, 10.2A, 10.3A


Send to etl
Send to ETL hours/year of recognized industry training relevant to the areas in which the program is certified.

At least two weeks prior to on-site:

  • Application for On-site Evaluation

  • Course of Study

  • On-site Team Member List

  • Advisory Committee List

  • Arrangements for the visit


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