NATEF posts honor roll of 2010 donors.
Corporate officers and governors announced.
Top technicians gain national recognition an industry event.
Techs win expense-paid trip for two to Phoenix race event.
Seventeen technicians who earned ASE certification in 22 specialty areas during 2009 are recognized by AAIA, a trade association, and several allied organizations.
ASE announces change from written certification testing to computer-based format by 2012. The last written tests will be offered in May and November 2011, with the new system to debut in July 2011.
SVP Trish Serratore selected by Automotive News among “100 leading women in the North American auto industry.”
Fifth annual Automotive Service Professionals Week announced; event founded to acknowledge skill and dedication of auto service professionals.
NATEF announces two winners in scholarship program honoring late son of ASE Board member.
ASE ends Engine Machinist series and P3, P9 parts exams.
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