To that end, the ASE Industry Education Alliance recognizes outstanding instructors at Auto, Medium/Heavy and Collision Technology programs. The purpose is to showcase instructors who have gone above and beyond on behalf of their students and career and technical education.
View the 2016 recipients of the ASEIEA Instructor Recognition Award.
To achieve this recognition, instructors must apply and document the following:
- Employment at a NATEF accredited auto, truck and/or collision program
- ASE Master Certification in the area in which their program is accredited (auto, truck, collision)
- Five years teaching experience in auto, truck and/or collision technology
- Participation in the AYES Student model or a defined student internship program
- Having an Advisory Committee member affiliated with at least one ASE Industry Education Alliance supporter
- Documentation of attendance (copy of receipt or certificate) at one instructor training event in the prior year (e.g. ASE Instructor Conference, NACAT, CAT, State Instructor Conference)
- Letter of support from the program’s administrator, principal or other supervisor
- Each instructor who meets the above criteria will be issued recognition items indicating their status as an ASE Alliance Instructor. Instructors must update their recognition when they renew their program accreditation or their master status, whichever comes first.