Lincoln Tech Automotive Instructor is ASE Rated World Class
Frank Harris of Nashville's Lincoln Tech received the recognition of "World Class Technician Award" from Auto Care Association and ASE.
“World Class Technician” – those three words mark the pinnacle of achievement in automotive industry careers. This summer, the Nashville campus of Lincoln College of Technology was proud to learn that a team member was granted World Class status by Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), a national leader in establishing and monitoring automotive industry standards.
“In the 28 years since the Auto Care Association and ASE teamed up to create the World Class Technician Award, less than 1,900 technicians have qualified for it,” notes Nashville Campus President Jim Coakley. “To be able to say that a member of our staff received this recognition is something we’re extremely proud of. Year after year Mr. Harris has provided the highest quality training to our Automotive Technology students, and those of us who watch him teach and guide students on a regular basis know this award is well-deserved.”
ASE was established in 1972 by the automotive industry to improve the quality of auto repair and service through testing and certification. Frank Harris of the Nashville campus is the first Lincoln employee to ever be awarded World Class Technician status – ASE’s highest honor for Automotive Technicians! He is also one of only 22 technicians around the country to be awarded this status in 2014.
“Your advanced performance credentials in Auto and Truck is a certification portfolio among the most impressive in our industry,” the organization said in its letter to Mr. Harris. “You represent the best of the best in the automotive service and repair industry.”
Congratulations to Mr. Harris on this remarkable career achievement!
- LCT Nashville