COVID-19: ASE training conference canceled

Light Bulbs Concept Picture Id1168611666 (2)The ASE Education Foundation’s instructor training conference scheduled for July 14-17 in Frisco, Texas has been canceled because of “ongoing concerns surrounding COVID-19,” according to a news release.

“Our top priority is the safety of our instructors, technical presenters, and other attendees,” ASE said in the release.

Meanwhile, the release said: “To assist you in completing your 20 hours of update training this year, we have compiled a list of free e-learning resources provided by more than 30 industry partners. The list can be viewed at You may apply up to 5 hours of training on effectively delivering distance learning toward this year’s 20-hour training requirement.”

In addition, ASE is hosting hour-long webinars each Monday and Friday, featuring technical update training from top companies in the industry. The link to that and more can be found at

“We appreciate your support and hope that we will see you at the 2021 ASE Instructor Training Conference in Concord, North Carolina, July 26-29, 2021,” the release said.