Each summer FADA hosts our annual Florida Automotive Instructors Summer Training Workshop. This event, hosted at Mid Florida Tech in Orlando, draws automotive instructors from around the state. This summer marked the 15th anniversary and keeps growing each year.
This workshop is a cooperative effort between The Florida Automobile Dealers Association, The Central Florida Auto Dealers Association, The Florida Department of Education, Southeast Toyota Distributors, BMW, Honda, Ford, Chrysler, ACDelco, Snap-on Tools, Hunter Engineering, ProCut, Consulab, ATech/Learning Labs, Gates International, CDX Automotive, Matco Tools, SnapAuto, ASE, Goodheart Wilcox and Electude to provide automotive instructors with advanced training.
The training is open to all Florida automotive instructors and will be conducted by industry trainers. This training satisfies NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundations) and AYES (Automotive Youth Education Systems) Continuing Education requirements.
An event like this is the a great opportunity to impact student outcomes on a large scale. By “training the trainer,” we ensure that a better prepared entry level technician will be seeking employment at Florida’s dealerships. These instructors will touch thousands of Florida families in the coming year and beyond.
Instructor's Training, Summer 2018
Mid Florida Campus, Orlando
Plans are being finalized for the 2018 summer training and registration will open this Spring. Be sure to reserve your spot quickly as space is limited.
The 2017 summer training workshop was incredible and we’re looking forward to another great training program this summer. Last year we served 136 secondary and post-secondary instructors from all parts of Florida. They represented 7 state colleges, 25 technical colleges, 12 technical centers, and 48 high schools.
Training Topics Include
Body Electronics and Bus Systems
Hybrid General Service
Electronic Power Steering and Collision Mitigation
Technical Resources and interactive Vehicle Technology
Alignment Certification for Instructors
A/C System Updates
The Effect Failures have on Accessory Belt Drive Systems