Greater West Town Training Partnership Accredited Skill Evaluator [ASE] session – Saturday, June 7, 2014
- What must I do FIRST?
- must enroll in the program and own a Passport,
- must apply to be an Evaluator and send their completed application to Greg Heuer,
- must complete, pass and print their certificate from the Skill Evaluator Online Training.
- What should I wear?
Wear comfortable shop clothes and shoes (no shorts or open shoes). The event is informal. We will spend the majority of our time in the lab operating machinery and conducting evaluations.
- When should I get there?
Greater West Town Training Partnership, 500 North Sacramento Blvd., at the intersection of Franklin Blvd and Sacramento Blvd. (Google maps and streetview show the wrong building, we are working to correct this.) We are at the northwest corner of the intersection. There is an inner drive off of the boulevard that can be accessed from Ohio Street and Sacramento (one way north) or Franklin and Whipple (one way west) The entrance is through the parking lot directly west of the building (see below)
The training runs from 10:00-2:30. Arrive between 9:30-10:00 AM to register, present your “Certificate” from eLearning, and to network.
- Where should I park?
Map and Parking – Look at the illustration below
Parking will be available in a lot directly west of the building (approx. 12 spaces) there will also be ample street parking on Saturday. I am attaching a photo indicating parking in green. The lot is accessed from the inner drive of Franklin boulevard which is one way headed west. Enter the building through the back of the parking lot, look for the intercom. Please be aware that while the neighborhood is generally safe, we recommend that you do not leave anything at all visible (items of value or otherwise) in a parked car.
- Where should I stay locally?
You may stay anywhere you like. We have no special arrangement or relationship to any properties, and have no personal knowledge of their quality or service.
- Will there be LUNCH?
Yes, your registration fee includes a fresh lunch catered by a local vendor.
- Do I need my own Personal Protective devices?
You should bring your own safety glasses and hearing protection. You may be able to borrow a pair of ours, limited supply.
You may find it useful to bring a laptop with internet accessibility. Exploration of the website and Registry will be part of the program. Your own hands-on from your computer is valuable.
1 – Kurt Fenzel, Arlington Hts., IL
2 – Mark Smith, Morris, IL