Get Ready For Your ASE P2 Test With This Webinar

Get Ready For Your ASE P2 Test With This Webinar

The webinar is scheduled for 2 p.m. Eastern on Thursday, Sept. 10.

Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and Babcox Media’s AMN/Counterman are proud to present Part 2 of their monthly webinar series.

The webinar, “Get Ready For Your ASE P2 Test,” is scheduled for 2 p.m. Eastern on Thursday, Sept. 10.

In this webinar, you’ll learn about the logistics of ASE testing and the structure of the ASE P2 test, and you’ll discover some resources that are available to help you.

To register, click here.

ASE certification helps parts professionals prove their abilities to themselves, their employers and their customers. Being an ASE-certified professional can mean better pay, increased job opportunities and improved status with your employer. Through the free, five-part webinar series, counter personnel will learn about the ASE P2 test, how it’s developed and what they can do to maximize their chances of success.   

The remaining webinars in the series are:

Part 3: “Who Wrote That Stupid Question Anyway?”

Thursday, Oct. 15

A panel of subject-matter experts and ASE technical staff will provide insight into the process of developing and updating ASE certification tests. Learn about the ASE test-writing workshops, and the level of thought that goes into wording questions to ensure that the tests provide a fair assessment of the test-taker’s knowledge and skills.

Part 4: “Customer Relations and Sales Skills”

Wednesday, Nov. 11

Customer relations and sales skills are critical elements of success behind the counter -– and on the ASE P2 test. In this webinar, attendees will get a better understanding of what aspects of customer relations and sales skills are covered on the ASE P2, and  learn tips for honing these skills.

Part 5: “Cataloging and Inventory Management”

Tuesday, Dec. 15

Cataloging and inventory management are essential skills for a parts specialist. Without them, parts pros could be leaving sales opportunities on the table. In this webinar, you will understand the fundamental elements of cataloging, inventory management and merchandising that are covered in the ASE P2 test. Along the way, you’ll learn tips on how to hone these valuable skills.

To register for any or all of the webinars, click here.

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