The Boston ASE certification training offered by Varsity Tutors is convenient, comprehensive test prep for your National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification test. Pursuing an ASE certification improves your skills and knowledge of auto repair and keeps you up-to-date with the changing technology. It is a computer-based test designed for automotive technicians and service professionals. You can open doors to many career opportunities when you obtain your ASE certificate. For one thing, you have better job prospects with higher pay. You can also qualify for a promotion in your company and increase your credibility as an automotive professional with your colleagues and customers.
You can choose from over 40 ASE certification options that cover almost every specialization you can imagine in auto repair and service. These include cars and light trucks, collision repair, medium-heavy trucks, school and transit buses, auto and truck parts, and truck equipment. In your Boston ASE certification course, you'll become more familiar with the topics covered on your specific ASE test.
We recognize that many ASE candidates are working professionals trying to juggle their work with other personal obligations. Traditional review courses that require them to travel to a school or review center may not be the most attractive option, especially if they already have a jam-packed daily schedule. That's why we designed our Boston ASE certification training as an online course you can attend from anywhere. As long as you have a reliable internet connection, you can participate in the lessons. There's no need to commute to a faraway location just to study. You can learn in the comfort of your home, in your favorite café, or at libraries such as the Boston Public Library or the Cambridge Public Library.
Aside from the convenience of not having to commute, you'll also have more flexibility with our Boston ASE certification course when it comes to choosing your course schedule. We offer two-week and four-week courses with new sections that start monthly. Two-week courses meet more often, while four-week courses spread lessons out so you have a lighter workload. If your schedule only allows you to study in the morning before going to work, you can enroll in sections that conduct lessons in the morning. We also have evening and afternoon lessons if you want to study in the middle of the day. Have a jam-packed schedule during weekdays? Weekend courses make it possible for you to pursue your ASE certification even if you can't attend lessons on weekdays.
Automotive professionals are not the only ones who can benefit from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence certifications. Shop owners and customers can also use the ASE as a reference when assessing the skills and know-how of technicians before employing them for their services. ASE tests can be challenging even if you have been working in the auto repair industry for some years. Each certification will have its own set of requirements, but in general, most of the tests require relevant, hands-on experience of two years. If you have a two-year degree in automotive repair, you'll only need one year of work experience. You are still allowed to take any of the computer-based tests without work experience; however, you'll need to meet the work experience requirement to earn your certification.
If you've been providing repair services for truck equipment, you can take the Truck Equipment Certification Tests (E1 – E3) of the ASE. This test validates your knowledge and skills in installing, diagnosing, and repairing truck equipment and other related systems on a wide range of tractors and trucks. The three specific tests and their focus are E1 – Truck Equipment Installation & Repair; E2 – Electrical/Electronic Systems Installation & Repair; and E3 – Auxiliary Power Systems Installation & Repair. There are between 45 and 50 multiple-choice test questions for the E-series. Once you get certified, your credential is valid for five years. Recertification tests will be about half as long as the first tests.
The Automobile & Light Truck Certification Tests (A1 - A9) is another certification series that you might find valuable in your career as an auto technician. The tests for this series are designed for auto professionals who provide repair and maintenance services on light-duty trucks, cars, and SUVs. The specific exams include A2 – Automatic Transmission/Transaxle; A6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems; and A9 – Light Vehicle Diesel Engines. Test questions for the A-series are between 40 and 50 multiple-choice items, and like the E-series, you'll need to take recertification tests every five years to maintain your credential.
Whether you're taking the A-series, E-series, or any other ASE certification, our Boston ASE certification class can help you do a more comprehensive review for your test. The class is led by an expert instructor who has experience in the auto repair industry and has studied the format and content of the ASE exam you'll be taking, so he or she is qualified to guide you in your review. All teachers who conduct the classes have been selected after a careful screening process to make sure they are not just experts about the subject but also good communicators who are able to teach different auto repair topics in clear, easy-to-understand explanations. If there are points about engine repair, suspension and steering, wheel alignment, or any other topic that you don't understand, you can turn to your teacher for relevant answers and detailed explanations. This saves you time since you don't need to search for answers and slowdown in your studies. With your experienced teacher helping you, you can have a more efficient and effective review.
When you study with your expert Boston ASE certification training instructor, you can also learn important skills and test-taking strategies that you might not easily acquire if you're just studying on your own. Since your teacher is familiar with the different types of questions you might encounter on the test, he or she can give you a variety of practice questions to help sharpen your skills and train you on how to answer questions efficiently. For example, your teacher can guide you on how to analyze tricky questions that seem to have more than one answer. You can also use the process of elimination to quickly leave out incorrect choices in a multiple-choice question. You can learn much more beyond the content and format of the test when you study in a formal review class like the Boston ASE certification class.
Our Boston ASE certification course can also help you stay motivated in your studies since you'll be studying with other ASE test takers. By engaging in discussions with other students and listening to their perspectives and experiences, you can have many opportunities to pick up new techniques in auto repair or learn insights about topics that could improve the way you approach your job as an auto technician.
Of course, there might be times when you need to focus and get individualized attention when learning a particular topic. If this situation arises, the course allows you to request one-on-one time with our instructor so you can discuss your difficulties in more detail and without feeling too self-conscious or embarrassed. Every aspect of the course has been designed to ensure you can get the support you need at any point in your review.
If you're lost in your ASE test prep, we can help get you back on track with our online Boston ASE certification training course led by expert teachers. Call the educational consultants at Varsity Tutors now so we can enroll you in the course time you prefer.
- A1 – Engine Repair
- A2 – Automatic Transmission/Transaxle
- A3 – Manual Drive Train & Axles
- A4 – Suspension & Steering
- A5 – Brakes
- A6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems
- A7 – Heating & Air Conditioning
- A8 – Engine Performance
- A9 – Light Vehicle Diesel Engines
- B2 – Painting & Refinishing
- B3 – Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair
- B4 – Structural Analysis & Damage Repair
- B5 – Mechanical & Electrical Components
- B6 – Damage Analysis & Estimating
- C1 – Automobile Service Consultant
- E1 – Truck Equipment Installation & Repair
- E2 – Electrical/Electronic Systems Installation & Repair
- E3 – Auxiliary Power Systems Installation & Repair
- F1 – Alternate Fuels
- G1 – Auto Maintenance and Light Repair
- H1 – Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Engines
- H2 – Diesel Engines
- H3 – Drive Train
- H4 – Brakes
- H5 – Suspension & Steering
- H6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems
- H7 – Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
- H8 – Preventive Maintenance & Inspection (PMI)
- L1 – Advanced Engine Performance Specialist
- L2 – Electronic Diesel Engine Diagnosis Specialist
- L3 – Light Duty Hybrid/Electric Vehicle Specialist
- P1 – Medium-Heavy Truck Parts Specialist
- P2 – Automobile Parts Specialist
- P4 – General Motors Parts Consultant
- S1 – Body Systems & Special Equipment
- S2 – Diesel Engines
- S3 – Drive Train
- S4 – Brakes
- S5 – Suspension & Steering
- S6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems
- S7 – Air Conditioning Systems & Controls
- T1 – Gasoline Engines
- T2 – Diesel Engines
- T3 – Drive Train
- T4 – Brakes
- T5 – Suspension & Steering
- T6 – Electrical/ Electronic Systems
- T7 – Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
- T8 – Preventive Maintenance Inspection
- X1 – Undercar Specialist Exhaust Systems