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ASE Education Foundation offering free access to ‘Introduction to Automobile Service E-Learning’ program

Schools can integrate the program into online or hybrid programs as an educational supplement this fall

Leesburg, Va.—ASE is offering a free version of its “Introduction to Automobile Service E-Learning” program to instructors and their students affiliated with ASE-accredited programs.

The program consists of four training modules and a separate quiz. If a student passes the quiz, they can print their own certificate of completion. To learn more about the free registration, instructors can watch the short video and then view the details on the website to provide their students free access to the program.

“We recently had nearly 1,000 instructors participate in our virtual training conference and their valuable feedback inspired us to look for ways for ASE to help schools with their online curriculums during this difficult time,” said Mike Coley, president, ASE Education Foundation.

“By making our ‘Introduction to Automobile Service E-Learning’ program available at no charge, schools can easily integrate it into their online or hybrid program as an educational supplement this fall.”

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