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ASE Introduces Online Education for Entry-Level Personnel

April 30, 2014

Screencapture via YouTube/ASE Campus
Screencapture via YouTube/ASE Campus

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) has a new online learning program covering basic automotive service.

"Introduction to Automobile Service" (IAS) consists of four training modules and a quiz designed to increase awareness of entry-level tasks related to basic automobile service. An embedded glossary and safety zone section also help to promote proper safety measures.

The IAS program was developed in response to requests from the industry for an ASE product targeting individuals whose responsibilities are concentrated in the entry-level career area, according to the institute.

The target audience for this program includes prospective and entry-level personnel, as well as any service professional interested in this specialty area, including service writers and parts professionals. For those new to the industry, the IAS program can be the first step on the path to ASE's certification program.

Users who successfully pass the IAS quiz may print a customized certificate of completion, rather than an ASE certification. For more information on the new IAS Program, visit the ASE website.

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