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SkillsUSA strives to place people from college or post-graduate studies in a job after their schooling has been completed. They aid in preparing these job candidates for leadership in a world of work through diligent study and ardent practice. GM ASEP encourages all schools to participate in SkillsUSA Chapter.
AYES, Inc. (Automotive Youth Educational Systems) is the catalyst in the development of “school-to-work” automotive educational programs at the high school level on a national level. AYES is a dynamic partnership among participating automotive manufacturers, participating local dealers and selected local high schools/vocational schools.
The mission of NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) lies in an effort to evaluate technician training programs against standards developed by the automotive industry, and recommend qualifying programs for certification by ASE, the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence, which, in turn, takes part in training tomorrow's automotive service technicians to be leaders in their field. All GM ASEP programs are required to be NATEF certified.
ASE (National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence) strives to improve the quality of automotive service and repair through the voluntary testing and certification of automotive service technicians. GM ASEP strongly encourages all students to take their ASE exams as they go through the program. ASE will grant two years credited service upon graduation from a GM ASEP program.
Snap-On tools are the premier tools for automotive service technicians. Snap-On offers special discounts to GM ASEP students.