***NEW FOR 2012-2013***
ASE STUDENT CERTIFICATION
Starting this year, students will earn an ASE Student Certification
for each test they pass.
ASE Student Certification can be thought of as the first step in building a career as a service professional in the automotive industry. Whether marking the completion of career-entry studies in automotive technology, collision repair and refinishing, or medium/heavy-duty trucks, these tests can provide the student with their first industry-recognized certification through the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.
There are no work experience requirements for student certification; the student simply needs to pass one or more of the student certification tests. Upon successful completion of an exam, the school prints the certificate, has it signed by the school principal or proctor for validation, and then awards it to the student. Student certification is valid for two years from the date the test was taken.
What happened to NA3SA?
The National Automotive Student Skills Standards Assessment (NA3SA) is the foundation for the ASE Student Certification program. More than a simple name change, it is now considered an integral part of an ASE recognized pathway for new technicians as they enter and build their professional career.
Test Dates: 2012-2013 Academic Year
Fall Testing Window: November 28, 2012 - January 31, 2013*
Spring Testing Window: April 2 - June 6, 2013
* Limited technical support Dec. 24th through Jan. 3rd.
(2008 NATEF Standards)
COLLISION REPAIR AND REFINISH
** The new Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR) test will be the first in the series to match the MLR level in the new NATEF model for program accreditation. The MLR test will have twice the number of questions as normal and cannot be scored until after the test window closes.
Pricing - $15 per student per academic year.
This fee allows for a single attempt at any or all tests in a series. For example, within a given year (fall and spring administrations) a student in an auto repair program may attempt all eight exams in that series, or any subset of these, for the single $15 fee.
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