The ASE Training Mangers Council's (ATMC) annual survey continues to yield accurate insights into the demographics of the workforce and their preferences for, and participation in, training. - Photo: Unsplash/NeONBRAND

The ASE Training Mangers Council's (ATMC) annual survey continues to yield accurate insights into the demographics of the workforce and their preferences for, and participation in, training.

Photo: Unsplash/NeONBRAND

In a recent ASE Training Managers Council (ATMC) webinar, President Dave Milne highlighted results from the 2020 ATMC Training Benchmarks Survey which surveys those employed by the vehicle service industry. With over 6,200 responses from working service personnel, this annual survey continues to yield accurate insights into the demographics of the workforce and their preferences for, and participation in, training.

Among important findings were:

  • The average age of our service professional workforce is 47 years old.
  • OE dealership technicians average 28 hours of structured training per year. Techs working in independent shops average 14 hours of structured training per year, and techs employed by fleets average 16 hours of training per year.
  • Technicians believe they need (on average) 38 hours of structured training per year.
  • More than half of technicians perceive their areas of greatest training need are Electrical/Electronic and Hybrid/EV Systems.
  • Technicians’ perception of their access to training has become increasingly negative over the past four years.

Results from the survey are summarized here.

The ASE Training Managers Council (ATMC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of training and professional development within the transportation service industry. A division of ASE, the council helps members keep up with innovations in automotive training by facilitating interaction among its members and serves as a leadership forum for training professionals to promote world class training standards in the automotive, heavy duty, and related industries.

Originally posted on Government Fleet

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