President Biden signed an executive order today entitled “Strengthening American Leadership on Clean Cars and Trucks.”
ASE Education Foundation’s George Arrants discusses why students are losing interest in the industry, struggles of being a new technician, and the importance of a successful mentorship program.
In a recent episode of WrenchWay’s “Beyond the Wrench with Jay Goninen,” ASE Education Foundation Vice President George Arrants discusses why students are losing interest in the industry, the struggles of being a new technician, and the importance of a successful mentorship program.
From Aftermarket Matters Harsh economic times in workplace MOUNT HOREB, Wisconsin — On a recent episode of Beyond the Wrench by WrenchWay, three former technicians discussed what struggles they experienced working as techs, why they think techs are leaving the industry, and actions shops can take to boost technician retention. “If you think everything is all roses and rainbows, go look at…
Dan Levin discovered his passion in an unusual way-by accident.
John Glosek grew up in Pennsylvania loving golf and muscle cars. He built his first engine at 16 and worked in a machine shop, honing his automotive skills in high school.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR! April 30-May 1. ASA X50 Conference & Expo.
ASA members are no strangers to political activism, and in this episode, Mike Charewicz – owner of Accurate Auto Clinic in Des Plaines, Illinois – talks about his candidacy for Mayor of Des Plaines and how running a repair shop has prepared him for the job.
Dwayne Myers, president and CEO of Dynamic Automotive, a multi-shop automotive repair business in Maryland, is an Army veteran, Master Technician and believes strongly in taking care of his team.
Ryan Kooiman, director of training for Standard Motor Products, delivers a lot of technical training to the aftermarket.
During a Facebook Live late Monday, ASA Washington, D.C. representative Bob Redding discussed U.S. Senate passage of much-awaited Economic Relief Legislation.