How A.S.E Tests are Made ~ Audio Podcast Episode 11

Have you ever wondered how A.S.E. tests are written? On today’s automotive podcast, are looking at how A.S.E tests are born. For those of you that may not know, ASE is the industry standard in testing automotive techs, as well as many other parts of the auto industry. While I personally have mixed views on the validity of the certifications, having something like this program is a good thing. I don’t think that all technicians need to have A.S.E. certifications. I haven’t had an A.S.E for years. But it does show a mechanic has went the extra mile. It also looks good to your customer that you have some credibility.

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Join me today as we discuss

  • Who writes ASE tests
  • More about A.S.E. testing
  • How Questions are made
  • The rigorous review process
  • Fact checking
  • And More

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