West Virginia University at Parkersburg
WVU Parkersburg to offer computer-based Automotive Service Excellence certification exams
CONTACT: Michele Wilson, ACT Center coordinator, 304-424-8355.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
West Virginia University at Parkersburg's ACT Center is offering national auto service certification exams in a computer-based format.
A total of 20 Automotive Service Excellence certification exams are available in three areas: automobile/light truck, advanced automobile engine performance and automobile parts.
ASE certification is a professional credential recognized in many automobile maintenance and repair positions. There are more than 400,000 ASE-certified professionals working in dealerships, service stations, collision repair shops, auto parts stores, machine shops, schools and other institutions throughout the country.
"Offering the ASE exams in a computer-based format benefits area technicians by allowing more scheduling flexibility, including weekend options," said Michele Wilson, WVU Parkersburg ACT Center coordinator.
In addition, technicians will get immediate feedback on the scores, she added.
Registration for the first round of tests will begin January 5 and continue until February 7. Testing will be available January 20 through February 15. Registration information is available by calling ASE's toll-free number, (800) 525-6929, after January 5 or visiting ASE's web site, www.ase.com/cbt.
WVU Parkersburg's ACT Center offers computer-based certification and licensure, skill testing and training services to individuals interested in boosting their employability. Additional information is available by contacting Ms. Wilson at 424-82355.
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