What is ASE?
ASE stands for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. Since 1972, this organization has been certifying automotive technicians.
How do technicians become certified by ASE?
There are over 40 ASE certification tests, ranging from truck equipment to collision repair. Mechanics must receive a passing grade on at least one of these tests and finish two years of related on-the-job experience to gain ASE certification. In order to stay up to date with all industry trends, ASE-Certified mechanics must retake their tests every five years to maintain that status.
What are the tests like?
To ensure quality and relevance, ASE employs a group of technicians, executives, manufacturers, and educators in the automotive industry to create the exams. Certification tests can usually be completed in under two hours. Only two of every three people who take one of these tests will pass on their first attempt.
What does ASE certification mean to you?
By selecting ASE-Certified mechanics, you’ll have the privilege of working with professionals who are knowledgeable and experienced. Instead of trusting the closest mechanic for your car’s repairs and maintenance, you can count on someone you know can handle the work the right way.
Christian Brothers & ASE Certification
When you bring your car to Christian Brothers Automotive, the work will be done or supervised by ASE-Certified or Master Level ASE-Certified technicians. Our certified mechanics will handle everything your car requires, from AC repairs to tire rotations.