New ASE Testing Skills video is presented by automotive expert John Gardner

The series is comprised of dozens of four-to-six-minute videos focusing on areas associated with ASE testing, from A1 engine repair through A8 engine performance. 

Federated Auto Parts, in conjunction with The Group Training Academy (TGTA), has released its free ASE Testing Skills video, the first in the series of informative TechTalk Automotive Professionals 101 videos.

Produced by TGTA, the TechTalk Automotive Professionals 101 video series is sponsored by Bosch and presented by automotive expert John Gardner, host of the popular Tech Garage and Motorhead Garage television series on the MotorTrend Television Network. The series is comprised of dozens of four-to-six-minute videos focusing on areas associated with ASE testing, from A1 engine repair through A8 engine performance. 

The ASE Testing Skills video can be viewed at no charge by setting up a free account on The Group Training Academy website. In this introductory video, Garnder provides a summary of the ASE testing process, sample ASE test questions and valuable test-taking strategies. The video also includes a short summation about the value of ASE certification and how being ASE certified helps young automotive service professionals advance in their careers.

“The Group Training Academy’s video series serves as an invaluable resource for service providers facing diverse service and repair challenges and also helps in preparation for various ASE certification tests,” said Phil Moore, senior vice president for Federated. “The video series covers everything in the A1-A8 ASE series of tests and John Gardner does an excellent job in helping to answer the ASE test questions while also providing great service and repair tips.”

The TechTalk Automotive Professionals 101 video series is included in the Federated 50/50 Challenge program where automotive service professionals are periodically rewarded for watching videos in the series. To learn more, visit www.Federated5050Challenge.com


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