ATMC prides itself in replicating the “Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval” for vehicle industry training programs, and winners may use the official ATMC award logo on the winning program. Winning companies may also refer to themselves as “ATMC Award Winners” in other company communications. Training Excellence Award winners are featured speakers at ATMC conferences where samples of winning programs from past years are also displayed. Previous ATMC Training Excellence Award winners include Federal Express, Federal Mogul, Fluke, Jiffy Lube, NAPA, Navistar International, and Snap-On.
“It’s never too early to start planning for next year,” said ATMC training awards chairperson Bonne Karim. “Since program effectiveness and industry recognition are important judging criteria, it is best to submit an established program to have a well-documented application. A good way to learn more about the award process is to attend an ATMC meeting. You can talk with past winners, sit in on the Training Awards Committee meeting, and even volunteer as a judge.”
If you are interested in submitting one of your company’s award-worthy training programs for industry recognition next year and wish to learn more about ATMC and its Training Excellence Awards, visit www.atmc.org.
Mr. Ebron has been the Executive Director of the NAFTC since October 1999, guiding the organization as it’s grown to include 29 National Training Centers located throughout the United States. During his tenure he has managed nearly $15 million in programmatic funds and spearheaded the highly successful National AFV Day Odyssey. Mr. Ebron earned a B.A. in Business Management from North Carolina State University and an M.B.A. from West Virginia University.
Automotive Training Managers Council to award ATMC National Excellence in Training Award during AAPEX show
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Automotive Training Managers Council awards ATMC National Excellence in Training Award at AAPEX show
Panel of experts honors companies for meeting training goals in an innovative and effective manner.
The annual program honors outstanding or innovative training programs designed for service or support in the transportation industry through its prestigious National Excellence in Training Awards.