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TEST YOUR AUTOMOTIVE KNOWLEDGE – PROVE YOUR EXPERTISE!
Volunteer to Help Us “Assess the ASE Tests” in Australia
What is ASE? The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence, or ASE, was
established in 1972 as a non-profit organization to help improve the quality of
automotive service and repair through the voluntary testing and certification of
automotive technicians and parts specialists. Today, there are more than a
quarter of a million ASE Certified professionals at work in dealerships, independent shops, collision
repair shops, auto parts stores, fleets, schools and colleges throughout the United States of America.
ASE currently offers over 50 industry-related, monitored, computer-based, voluntary tests at specific
testing centers. If the technician passes an ASE test and meets the relevant work experience
requirement, an ASE credential is awarded and displayed to peers and customers indicating expertise
in that area of vehicle repair.
Where You Come In ASE and certain Australian automotive industry associations and organizations are exploring whether
the ASE tests and credential process will fit in this market and benefit technicians and workshops.
We are looking for about 120 technicians and parts sales people willing to volunteer a few hours of
their time to help test a sampling of ASE tests to determine viability. As a volunteer, you will select
an ASE test from the following list and we will schedule a time for you to take this test at a designated
test center near you. Upon completing the testing, you will receive a survey to provide us feedback
about your experience afterwards.
Each ASE test is challenging and takes
approximately 1.5 hours to complete.
What You’ll Get Besides having the pride in knowing
you are helping the industry you
make a living in, you will play a huge
role in helping us determine if ASE
testing will benefit the Australian automotive industry.
ASE Tests Offered (and the number of questions):
• G1 – Maintenance & Light Repair (65)
• A4 – Suspension & Steering (50)
• A5 – Brakes (55)
• A6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems (60)
• A8 – Engine Performance (60)
• A9 – Light Vehicle Diesel Engines (60)
• P2 – Automobile Parts Specialist (85)
HELPFUL TIPS & RESOURCES
Ready to start prepping for ASE Certification Tests? Here are a few helpful tips and resources to ensure you are prepared and up-to-date on ASE testing procedures. ASE.com/TestPrep
Free, step-by-step guides to help you understand what's
involved in each test, including sample questions and
suggestions for further preparation. ASE.com/StudyGuides
Test Taking Tips
An easy, self-guided introduction to taking your ASE
certification test, including examples of the types of
questions you'll see and proven tips for success.
ASE Testing Demo
This self-paced presentation will show you how they work, so you'll feel right at home when you go to take
your test. ASE.com/ASEdemo
Official ASE Practice Tests
Delivered exclusively online, the Official ASE Practice Tests help technicians prepare for their next ASE
certification exam by trying out questions of similar content and format to those used on the real ASE tests. It’s
the easy way to experience the flow and style of ASE Certification tests. ASE.com/Practice
Complimentary Online Cengage Training
Simply email Erin Brennan at erin.brenn[email protected] for access to Cengage online test prep materials.
What to Expect at a Test Center
Learn what to expect at a test center with this walk-thru video. ASE.com/WhatToExpect
• Arrive at least 30 minutes before your scheduled testing appointment time.
• Bring a valid, unexpired, government-issued photo ID with your signature (e.g. valid driver’s
license, passport, state ID, national ID, or military ID). The name on your ID must match the
name on your ASE record as shown on the Registration Ticket sent to you by email.
• Your detailed Score Report is emailed to you immediately after you finish your test. You may
also request a printed copy at the test center.
• The deadline to register for this special
testing event is Friday, 12/10/2018.
• Registration and test appointment
confirmations will be sent in October.
• Questions? Contact:
Australian Automotive Aftermarket
Tel: +61 (3) 9545-3333
Fax: +61 (3) 9545-3355
Email: [email protected]
ASE Test Registration Form *Note: All fields are required to complete the registration. Please print legibly.
Registration Deadline: Friday, 12/10/2018
Candidate Information –
Full Legal Name: First Name Last Name
City: State: Postal Code:
Date of Birth: Pin Number: mm/dd/yyyy Select a 4-digit, numeric number (Ex. 9999)
Test Selection – You may select up to two ASE tests. □ A4 – Auto: Suspension & Steering (1 hr) □ A9 – Auto: Light Veh. Diesel Engines (1.25 hrs)
□ A5 – Auto: Brakes (1.25 hrs) □ G1 – Auto Maintenance & Light Repair (1.5 hrs)
□ A6 – Auto: Electrical/Electronic Systems (1.5 hrs) □ P2 – Automobile Parts Specialist (1.5 hrs )
□ A8 – Auto: Engine Performance (1.25 hrs)
Preferred Test Appointment Time – □ 12 noon – 3:00 PM □ 3:00 – 6:00 PM
□ 6:00 – 10:00 PM
Test Date – Select one test date only.
□ Monday, Nov. 12 □ Friday, Nov. 16 □ Monday, Nov. 19 □ Friday, Nov. 23
Test Center Selection – Select one test center location only. □ Melbourne □ Sydney
IT Futures JTC International Suite 5, Level 1, 424 St Kilda Road Suite 19, Level 2, 301 Castlereagh Street Melbourne, VIC 2004 Sydney, NSW 2000
Prometric Test Center Commercial Ctr B, Lvl 2, Suite 7, Market City 280 Bannister Road Canning Vale, WA 6155
Questions? Contact: Briana Bale, Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA) Tel: +61 (3) 9545-3333 ● Email: [email protected]
*Note: Select only one time block. We will schedule as closely as possible to your preferred test appointment block time.
Submit your completed ASE Registration Form to Briana Bale at: [email protected] (email) or +61 (3) 9545-3355 (fax)