Student Become ASE Entry-Level Certified

Four County Career Center is pleased to announce that seven Automotive Technologies students have passed eight or more ASE tests to become ASE Entry-Level Certified.  The ASE Entry-Level Certification is the first step in building a career as an automotive service professional.  There are ten tests in total and the tests are intended for students completing a program of technical study in motor vehicle repair and seeking a credential indicating workforce readiness.  The ASE Certification is part of the lab and related training in the Automotive Technologies program at the Career Center with instructors Tracy Harding, Toby Kennerk and Bruce Magill.  Shown are the Automotive Technologies students with their certificates (LEFT TO RIGHT) Hunter Beck (Montpelier) passed 8 tests; Aiden Walz (North Central) passed all 10 tests; Cooper Komisarek (Delta) passed all 10 tests; Collin Meyer (Tinora) passed all 10 tests; Eli Rawlins (Defiance) passed all 10 tests; Derek Andrews (Wauseon) passed 9 tests; and Allan Starkey (Liberty Center) passed all 10 tests.

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