Automotive Service Excellence recently announced that Josh McFarlin, I-CAR’s executive of curriculum and product development, has been named to a Automotive Training Managers Council (ATMC) Board of Directors.
McFarlin will be portion his initial three-year term.
McFarlin has some-more than 20 years of knowledge in a automotive attention and is in his fourth year as I-CAR’s executive of curriculum and product development. In his stream role, he leads a product expansion group in a origination of all training materials and works with a rest of a I-CAR care group to rise and labour expansion strategies for a organization.
Prior to fasten I-CAR, McFarlin was curriculum manager during Raytheon Technical Services for 8 years, and has served as a use operative for both Audi AG and Ford, and as complicated line technician and group personality during Greenway Ford in Orlando, Fla.
“I have been a member of a ATMC classification for a series of years and we have watched a membership grow to scarcely 200 members strong,” McFarlin said. “I am vehement to move my knowledge to a list and minister to a expansion of a classification for a raise of automotive training in a industry.”
For some-more information about a Automotive Training Managers Council, revisit the ATMC website.