July 17, 2003
Just
Another
Day in
...
1999 standards are now history!
GST is here!
Nobody likes change but wet babies
1505 Certified Automotive
Technician Training Programs
Nationwide
Georgia has 20 Post
Secondary and ...
Dale Fasenmeyer, Gaither
High School, Tampa, Fla.
NATEF Certified, AYES
Automotive Program
Valuable Product Career Opportunities
Meeting Goals
Std 1 Purpose
Std 1.2 Goals
NATEF Standards
Std 8.2 Safety of the facility
George Arrants’ Stairway
Dave Shuler’s use
of ladder
Std 8.2 G
STD. 8.9 A
Ventilation of exhaust
Follow a plan, logical steps Std 6.5
August 16
Test over unit one lessons
1-4
...
Validates the Program
Std 6.7 Hands on Competency
Provides Structure
Why do I have to
Learn This?
Std. 6.2 A, B
Industry support
Mid-Fla Tech
General Motors Classroom
Seamless transition from
the classroom to the
workplace
Mid-Fla Tech Industry Support
Shop/Lab Mid-Fla Tech,
Orlando, Fla.
Std. 7.2 A,B,C
Std 7.8 A,B,C
Gaither High
School, Tampa,
Fla
Std. 8.1 A
Std 8.4, Std. 8.10 A,B,C Std. 8.2 B
Honda Factory Training Center
Bolt down equipment
Std. 7.1A Go-No Go
Std. 8.2A
Std 8.2 G
Std. 6.15 A,B,C
Ask and promote
Std 6.8 D and 7.1 B Safety Glasses must
be worn if any work is being done in shop/la
Safety Standards
...
Std. 7.8 B
Encourage students
to own tools
Std. 8.7 Storage
Standard 2.5; An Advisory Committee consisting
of at least five (5) members must convene at least
two times a year...
Std 7.2
Advise
Tools & Equipment must
meet program goals on
Tool & Equipment needs
Advise on
instruction and
curriculum
Student Apprenticeships
Std. 10.1A, 10.2A, 10.3A
Career Employment
Mentors
Summer internship
Students with the
right attitude +
Business support =
Success
Std. 7.1B Go-No
Go
•Survey local shop owners/managers
•Visit businesses
•Invite owners/managers/technicians to visit
your class.
•Attend conferences, workshops,
get involved
•Visit other programs
•Join NACAT, ACTE, TIEGA,
IATN, etc.
www.nacat.c...
•Join local civic groups
•Send businesses a class newsletter or
brochure, key is Communicate!!!!
•Be a professional, updat...
Contact Hours, A clock hour is defined as the actual time a student
spends in a structured learning environment addressing...
Check web site for latest updates
www.ayes.org for more information
2002 NATEF TASK LIST CHANGES
• New Sub-Area “A” Added to Areas A4 &A5
plus Task Changes to A6 & A8, Required a
Renumbe...
NATEF Areas: A4, A5, A6, A8
NATEF Repair Area Tasks Added AYES Curriculum Changes
R...
Just another day
paradise !
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  • 1. July 17, 2003 Just Another Day in Paradise Automotive Service Technology
  • 2. 1999 standards are now history! GST is here! Nobody likes change but wet babies
  • 3. 1505 Certified Automotive Technician Training Programs Nationwide Georgia has 20 Post Secondary and 22 Secondary Programs
  • 4. Dale Fasenmeyer, Gaither High School, Tampa, Fla. NATEF Certified, AYES Automotive Program
  • 5. Valuable Product Career Opportunities
  • 6. Meeting Goals Std 1 Purpose Std 1.2 Goals NATEF Standards
  • 7. Std 8.2 Safety of the facility George Arrants’ Stairway
  • 8. Dave Shuler’s use of ladder
  • 9. Std 8.2 G
  • 10. STD. 8.9 A Ventilation of exhaust
  • 11. Follow a plan, logical steps Std 6.5 August 16 Test over unit one lessons 1-4 Reading assignment: handbook unit 1 Practice: Wiring repairs SET boards, Test light Volt/Ohm/Amp meter
  • 12. Validates the Program Std 6.7 Hands on Competency
  • 13. Provides Structure Why do I have to Learn This? Std. 6.2 A, B
  • 14. Industry support Mid-Fla Tech
  • 15. General Motors Classroom
  • 16. Seamless transition from the classroom to the workplace
  • 17. Mid-Fla Tech Industry Support
  • 18. Shop/Lab Mid-Fla Tech, Orlando, Fla.
  • 19. Std. 7.2 A,B,C Std 7.8 A,B,C
  • 20. Gaither High School, Tampa, Fla Std. 8.1 A
  • 21. Std 8.4, Std. 8.10 A,B,C Std. 8.2 B Honda Factory Training Center
  • 22. Bolt down equipment
  • 23. Std. 7.1A Go-No Go Std. 8.2A Std 8.2 G
  • 24. Std. 6.15 A,B,C
  • 25. Ask and promote
  • 26. Std 6.8 D and 7.1 B Safety Glasses must be worn if any work is being done in shop/la Safety Standards Curriculum and Instruction meeting Industry Standards
  • 27. Std. 7.8 B Encourage students to own tools
  • 28. Std. 8.7 Storage
  • 29. 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 Go-No-Go Standard 2.5 community served by the training program. This committee should be broadly based and include former students, employed technicians, employers, and representatives for consumers’ interest. 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
  • 30. Std 7.2 Advise Tools & Equipment must meet program goals on Tool & Equipment needs
  • 31. Advise on instruction and curriculum
  • 32. Student Apprenticeships Std. 10.1A, 10.2A, 10.3A
  • 33. Career Employment Mentors Summer internship
  • 34. Students with the right attitude + Business support = Success
  • 35. Std. 7.1B Go-No Go
  • 36. •Survey local shop owners/managers •Visit businesses •Invite owners/managers/technicians to visit your class.
  • 37. •Attend conferences, workshops, get involved •Visit other programs •Join NACAT, ACTE, TIEGA, IATN, etc. www.nacat.com www.iatn.net www.natef.org
  • 38. •Join local civic groups •Send businesses a class newsletter or brochure, key is Communicate!!!! •Be a professional, update your skills, work in a shop when you are off for the summer
  • 39. Contact Hours, A clock hour is defined as the actual time a student spends in a structured learning environment addressing the tasks in the task list. No contact/clock hour of instruction can be counted twice. A clock hour that is used teaching brake tasks cannot be counted as teaching electrical. Each student whether as a part of a class, or individually, must have access to 650 clock hours of (teacher contact time) instruction. Key word is access. Keep in mind the program is being certified, not the students. Structured learning environment is one that is under the tutelage of an ASE certified instructor and or mentor in a work-based learning environment. This can be secondary Or post secondary or cooperative training plan. Articulated program, A program can be certified in Brakes and Electrical and articulate the task areas of Engine Performance and Steering & Suspension to another institution that is certified in those areas. Reference: Dr. Darrell Parks NATEF education consultant cajun16@msn.com
  • 40. Check web site for latest updates
  • 41. www.ayes.org for more information
  • 42. 2002 NATEF TASK LIST CHANGES • New Sub-Area “A” Added to Areas A4 &A5 plus Task Changes to A6 & A8, Required a Renumbering of the AYES Competencies (Learning Objectives) • This affects Curriculum, and Pre-Intern Competency Profile • Tasks were either Added, Deleted or Reworded. • 52 Tasks Added or Reworded in 4 Repair Areas • The Table in the next Slide Shows Task Changes by Area and the AYES Curriculum Changes
  • 43. NATEF Areas: A4, A5, A6, A8 NATEF Repair Area Tasks Added AYES Curriculum Changes Reworded A4 Steering & Suspension 4 Renumber Competencies; Modify Lesson 2 in Unit 13 to include tire repair. A5 Brakes 9 Renumber Competencies; New Lesson 3, A5/U4, for Sealed Wheel Bearings; New Lesson 4 in Unit 2 on Traction Control Systems A6 Electrical 11 Renumber Competencies; Modify Lesson 2, UNIT 6 on mechanical Electronics diagnosis; New Lesson 2 in UNIT 10 on Theft Deterrent Systems A8 Engine Performance 27 Renumber Competencies; Modify Lesson 2, UNIT 2 to include cooling system pressure tests TOTAL CHANGES 51
  • 44. Just another day paradise !