CollisionBlast.com – In this video, I have some tips to help you prepare and pass ASE Style Tests. This tutorial will help you with any ASE test, but is focused on the end of program collision repair test.
TIPS FOR TAKING THE AUTO COLLISION REPAIR ASE OR NA3SA END OF PROGRAM TESTS – Share This With Your Friends…Click The FB Button To The Right 🙂 The National Automotive Student Skills Standard Assessment is a partnership with: Automotive Service Association (ASE), Automotive Youth Educational Systems (AYES), National Education Technicians Foundation (NATEF), AND Skills USA. […]
Texas is a big state, but you’re covered if you are interested in collision repair as a career. Texas has several good schools for auto body repair and paint. On the top of the list is Texas State Technical School in Waco, Texas. I have visited the school and found them to have a quality […]
I-CAR has a new webpage that makes it easier to see what schools are a member of their industry training alliance. What that means is that the collision repair program uses I-CAR curriculum, the instructor has attended an I-CAR Instructor Qualification Workshop (IQW), and has passed at least one of the instructor test for the course […]
The collision repair program on the Austin campus of Riverland Community College, along with the diesel technology program for the Albert Lea campus, were certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NAEF) and The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). READ MORE via Austin Daily Herald | Riverland collision program receives national certification.