ASE and OEM Certification: How the Right Credentials can Signal a Qualified Auto Body Technician

Not all collision repair centers are equal. A variety of factors play into the quality of services you may find at any given auto body shop. But there's one factor that stands out above the rest: staffing. A shop can have all of the most advanced equipment and fanciest facility, but without properly qualified technicians, it won't be able to provide the kind of care that most drivers expect.

This is exactly why Suburban Collision Centers locations ensure that all technicians on staff are ASE and OEM certified. These certifications help us make sure that members of our collision repair staff are true experts in the field who are ready to get the job done right every time.

So, what do these certifications mean?

OEM certification refers to training and testing related to a specific manufacturer. With an OEM certification, a technician has specialized knowledge and experience with systems, parts, and procedures related to a single brand. Individual technicians can have multiple OEM certifications.

ASE stands for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. This non-profit provides in-depth training and certification for auto technicians across the country.

You can feel confident with the Suburban Collision Centers knowing that we employ technicians with thorough training and experience. When you get your car back, you'll be impressed by the level of attention and care we've taken to bring it back to proper condition.

If you would like to schedule an appointment, all you have to do is contact the nearest Suburban Collision Centers location!

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