ASE-Certified Mechanics in Frisco

ASE-Certified Mechanics in Frisco

| By: Christian Brothers Automotive

What is ASE?

ASE is short for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. They are a nonprofit organization that tests and certifies technicians in the automotive industry.

How do mechanics become certified by ASE?

ASE has created more than 40 distinct certification tests that cover everything from damage analysis to exhaust systems. Applicants must pass at least one of these tests and complete two years of relevant work experience to receive ASE certification. ASE requires that all certified technicians retake their tests every five years to stay current with industry trends.

What are the tests like?

The test are written by a panel of educators, working technicians, executives, and manufacturers in the automotive industry. Most technicians take one to two hours to finish an exam. Two of every three people who take one of these tests will pass on the first attempt.

Why is ASE certification important to you?

The experience and knowledge that ASE-Certified professionals have can give you confidence in the quality of repairs and service provided to you. It’s something that you can always look for when it is time to have your car serviced or repaired.

Christian Brothers & ASE Certification

When you bring your car to Christian Brothers, the work will be done or supervised by ASE-Certified or Master Level ASE-Certified technicians. Through their knowledge and experience, our mechanics will be able to take care of your courtesy inspections, oil changes, engine repairs, and other automotive services.

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