Auto Care Association, ASE Announce 2023 World Class Technicians (article continued)
“This is an honor to be named a world class technician," said Gregory Pheasant, A Master Mechanic, Sparks, NV. "Every day I strive to be better, learn more and always move in a forward direction. This industry can be challenging at times with the constant growth of new technology and systems training is a must. I pride myself in constantly furthering my education in the field and adapting to these new advancements to be the best at what I do. One can never stop learning or we become stagnant and stale. I hope to inspire others to follow me and advance to higher levels with confidence in your day to day.”
“World Class (and ASE) status is a valuable confirmation tool I use to audit my knowledge of current customer products," said Bradley Kilwy, Toyota Motor North America, Plano, TX. "It shows my customers and employer that I am keeping my knowledge current and that my skill is of the highest quality and value to our customers.”
“World Class certification is important to me because of the exclusivity of achieving it," said Don Verville, Kia of Cape Coral, Cape Coral, FL. "I set the goal for myself years ago, when I first read about it and take great pride in reaching that goal. I currently hold a total of 29 ASE certifications, a feat I display proudly.”
For more information about the Auto Care Association’s World Class Technician certification qualifications, timing and recognition, visit the association’s World Class Technician webpage.
For more information about ASE and service professional certification, visit ase.com.
Source: Auto Care Association