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Monday, 29 March 2021 18:54

ASE Launches Newly Redesigned Website

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The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) has launched its newly redesigned website---ASE.com---to provide a centralized online gateway for technicians, employers, students, instructors and consumers.

ASE is the pre-eminent independent non-profit organization, which since 1972 has worked to improve the quality of vehicle repair and service through testing and certifying automotive professionals.

 

The new mobile-ready website features a totally new look and structure for easier navigation and robust content for enhanced functionality and learning. ASE.com is optimally organized to provide sought-after information, answers to frequently asked questions and helpful step-by-step instructions for all users.

 

“ASE has eagerly awaited the unveiling of our dynamic new website built to host a central repository of extensive information and resources for both the providers and the recipients of reliable professional vehicle maintenance and repair,” said Tim Zilke, ASE president and CEO.

 

Key components of the website content addressing four distinct audience segments include:

 

Technicians:

 

  • Learn how to prepare for, earn and maintain ASE certification.
  • Find information on ASE’s more than 50 tests including: task lists, format, requirements, fees, test center locations, preparation guides, practice tests and more.
  • Download the new ASE Renewal App that makes it easy to keep A-series certifications up-to-date without visiting a test center. With the app, an ASE Certified technician can validate their knowledge and extend their certifications by answering a few test questions each month from a desktop computer, tablet or mobile device.

 

Employers:

 

  • Obtain tips on how helping employees earn ASE certification will attract new customers and give your business a competitive advantage.
  • Learn how to join the elite ranks of repair businesses in the Blue Seal of Excellence recognition program.

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