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Automotive Educators' Forum

Professional automotive forum for educators and instructors in the automotive industry to network with each other, discuss lesson plans, training ideas, strategies and best practices, and everything else that happens in the educational/training/vocational environment. This forum is for experienced automotive repair professionals only, membership required.

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Recent Automotive Discussions in the Automotive Educators' Forum

Shop management training
06/17/2022 in the Educators Forum
My shop foreman thinking of taking over my shop. Where can we find some basic management training for him .
NACAT Conference 2022
06/13/2022 in the Educators Forum
NACAT 2022 is almost upon us! YES, it is on again after a two-year hideous. I, for one am looking forward to seeing all of you again. The timing of the event this year has changed a little, but NACAT still offers the same GREAT training this year as it ha...
Advanced Training
05/25/2022 in the Educators Forum
I would like some direction on the best sites/programs that offer advanced automotive training especially in the areas of driveability, scope usage, and electrical. I've been through all the free videos on YouTube and as some of them are pretty good, but ...
Is the 'science' of torque important?
05/24/2022 in the Educators Forum
Something to think about: No matter how many times some Technicians are warned, they won't slow down and "torque" properly. Many Technicians insist that the use of a socket extension will reduce torque. The same technicians often fail to understand why th...
Science & Terminology
05/16/2022 in the Educators Forum
Terminology may sometimes seem trivial. But, ignoring it can encourage misconceptions and confusion. It can also prevent compliance with district and state science requirements. [Work, Force, Energy].

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