STUDENT PROGRAMS

GM ASEP / ASE TRAINING

The General Motors Automotive Service Education Program (ASEP) is a strategic alliance among students, General Motors, ACDelco and more than 50 colleges and universities. Graduates of the program earn an Associate Degree in Applied Science (or similar). This process can streamline the path to becoming a Certified Service technician to only two years.

With this program, students have the opportunity to earn while they learn as they alternate between formal classroom training and hands-on work experience at a GM Dealership or ACDelco Service Center. Instructors are in touch with the latest GM automotive technology trends. Theory and practical application come together as students spend time working on vehicles for actual customers, preparing them for a high-tech career in vehicle repair.

WHY CHOOSE GM ASEP?

It takes experience to develop expertise, and GM ASEP equips future service technicians with the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to do the job right. This high-level training directly benefits both the student and the ACDelco Service Center.

HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY

GM ASEP graduates – with their high level of training and extensive internship experience – can potentially outperform other entry-level technicians.

RECRUIT AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIANS

Recruiting qualified technicians is an industry challenge. Student participation in GM ASEP allows GM Dealers or ACDelco Service Centers to train students in their service department processes.

SAVE MONEY

Each GM ASEP graduate will complete several hundred hours of training (Service Technology College or ACDelco training). This can potentially save dealership employees a significant amount in training costs. 

TRAIN FROM WITHIN

Your lube tech, car runner or detailer could become your next technician. If you employ someone who shows promise or indicates an interest, connect with your local GM ASEP college and help develop their potential. 

Locate a GM ASEP School

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

Find a college that offers GM ASEP at gmasep.org and contact the program coordinator. They can help you apply to the program.

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ASE EDUCATION FOUNDATION

The foundation’s mission is to educate and improve the quality of automotive technician training programs nationwide at secondary, postsecondary, public and proprietary schools. As strong supporters of future automotive technicians, GM Genuine Parts and ACDelco proudly provide online training to more than 2,650 ASE-accredited high schools at no cost.

ASE Equips Instructors For Success

We’re proud to help further automotive education for the next generations and prepare instructors to teach and continue learning themselves. That’s why we’ve worked to make automotive instruction easy and exciting for instructors:

  • Keep up on the latest trends in automotive technology
  • Gain access to a state-of-the-art, no-cost curriculum
  • Easily follow instructions on how to enroll students in the program
  • Take advantage of opportunities to continue your education every year with support from GM Genuine Parts and ACDelco
  • Supplement and vary training curriculum instruction with multiple methods including web-based training

To Register:
Please have your organization’s six-digit number available


Call 703-669-6650, MONDAY–FRIDAY, 8 A.M.–8 P.M. EST
Email


Please note, instructors must register prior to enrolling students.

HOW TO ENROLL

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