Passively Looking for Educator/Instructor jobs and is willing to relocate for the right position.
§ ASE Master Technician since 1978, A1-A8, L1, L3, C1, X1 and G1 Certifications.
§ Over 30 years’ technical, management and instructional experience in the automotive industry including developing and implementing processes to increase profit, quality and Customer Satisfaction.
§ Toyota Certified TTEN Instructor since 2008.
§ 10+ years delivering automotive technical instruction in classroom and lab environments employing blended learning delivery platforms.
§ Developing automotive curriculum, including web-based instructional delivery, since 2007.
§ Highly skilled in procedural development, production processes and malfunction analysis.
§ Experience in computer networks, hardware repair and upgrade, application installation and configuration, website design, development and hosting.
Tools and Equipment
Certified Snap-On Diagnostic Tool Trainer
Certified Pro-Cut PFM Trainer
Technical Team Leader and Instructor
National Certified Trainer, Subject Matter Expert, Technical Team Leader and Instructor
Responsible for developing, validating, and delivering automotive curriculum on engine management, drivetrain, body electrical, brakes, HVAC, steering and suspension in classroom and lab environments.
§ Developed Final Skills Performance Assessments and Self-Study Quizzes for eleven courses in the Toyota Professional Technician Program supported by Toyota’s TTEN division.
§ Co-developed and implemented AT10-202 Applications of Drivability for the Curriculum Transformation Project.
§ Developed an application for tracking Toyota program lab tasks, lab assessments, ASE certification tests, University of Toyota student access, self-study quizzes and course assessments.
§ Developed and implemented a Study Skills Workshop for incoming students which lead to a 14.4%
increase in completion rate.
§ Participated on the review team for the update and rewrite of courses ADTA104 and ADTA105.
§ Developed “Accelerated Learning” projects to reinforce content in areas identified as difficult concepts for courses ADTA104 Fuel & Ignition and ADTA105 Vehicle Emissions.
§ Designed and constructed training aids to reinforce drivability and emission controls curriculum, often recycling outdated training aids to reduce campus expenditure.
§ Developed safety violation ticketing, tracking and reporting application and database for a Student Parking Lot Safety initiative.
§ Developed and initiated a repair procedure that saved the campus over $72,000.00 in training aid replacement costs over a four year period.
§ Created presentations and marketing tools for the Toyota elective resulting in consistent program upgrade leads.
§ Conducted “In-House” soft skills training in PC program applications for UTI staff.
Additional responsibilities include instructor scheduling, instructor coaching, lab equipment and training aid inventory, purchase and repair. Active member of the Lisle Campus Safety Committee and Student Retention Committee since 2007.
Asst. Service Manager/Warranty Admin
Profile last updated Jul 15, 2015.