What is ASE?
ASE is short for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. This organization certifies individual automotive technicians.
How do mechanics receive ASE certification?
From working on school buses to collision repair, there are over 40 distinct ASE certification tests. Mechanics must pass at least one of these tests and have two years of relevant work experience to gain ASE certification. Those who complete more than one test receives Master status. To stay current with any changes in the industry, ASE-Certified mechanics must retake their tests every five years.
What are the tests like?
To ensure relevance and quality, ASE employs a panel of technicians, executives, manufacturers, and educators in the automotive industry to write the tests. The tests can usually be finished in under two hours. Two-thirds of the people who take one of these tests will pass on their first try.
What does ASE certification mean to you?
By choosing ASE-Certified automotive technicians, you will have the privilege of working with professionals who are experienced and knowledgeable. When you have your car repaired, make sure to look for this designation.
Christian Brothers & ASE Certification
Across the nation, Christian Brothers Automotive employs ASE-Certified and Master Level ASE-Certified technicians. Whether you are in need of a tire rotation, an oil change, or brake repairs, you can count on our certified mechanics to make sure that every service is completed according to the highest standards.