New myASE Web Portal Open For Registration

New myASE Web Portal Open For Registration

Test centers are open and the myASE portal is accepting registrations now through the remainder of the fall registration window.

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) has launched a new myASE web portal, where service professionals can register, schedule tests and view certification information.

“We are very pleased to announce that the enhanced myASE web portal is open for business, providing a more intuitive, user-friendly online experience and increasing the level of service that ASE provides,” said Tim Zilke, ASE president and CEO. “The newly designed dashboard streamlines the entire registration and certification process. We encourage all service professionals to log on, view the significant enhancements and register for their next certification exam.”

The myASE portal can be accessed by visiting https://my.ase.com/ and features easy-to-use navigation, quick links and a new shopping-cart experience that allows users to order ASE tests and products, and place them into a shopping cart for immediate purchase. Each order for ASE tests automatically includes the new, lower registration fee of $34. Test fees remain the same.

Test centers are open and the myASE portal is accepting registrations now through the remainder of the fall registration window, now open through Dec. 31.

More than 50 ASE certification tests are offered for automotive, collision, medium-/heavy-duty, school-bus, transit-bus and truck-equipment repair.

To learn more, visit www.myase.com, email ASE at [email protected] or call 800-390-6789.

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