What Is an ASE Certified Technician and How to Become One
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What Does an ASE Certified Technician Do?
How to Become an ASE Certified Technician
An ASE certified technician is a mechanic with demonstrated knowledge, skills, and training in specific areas of automotive repair, such as automotive transmission, suspension and steering, brakes, and engine performance. To become an ASE certified technician, you first need to complete training in auto mechanics and automotive repair, and at least two years of experience in each specialization you pursue. Once you gain the necessary training and work experience, you may take prep courses at a vocational or technical institution to help you pass the ASE certification exams.
What Does ASE Certified Technician Mean?
An ASE certified technician is an auto repair professional who has earned ASE certification by qualifying for and passing ASE exams. The term ASE stands for Automotive Service Excellence and is awarded throughout the United States and Canada by an automotive repair and service certification group. ASE certification exams are available in a number of areas, including engine repair, automatic transmission, manual transmission, suspensions, brakes, electronic systems, heating and air, and engine performance.