Students in the Collision Repair program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) recently earned their ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) entry-level certification. The National Institute for ASE entry-level certification tests are designed to indicate a satisfactory level of practical, knowledge-based readiness for the workforce in candidates seeking a career in the automotive service industry. ASE entry-level certification tests are available for the automobile, collision repair/refinish and M/H truck segments (series). ASE entry- level certification is the first step in building career credentials as an automotive service professional. The areas covered in the certification are: Painting and Refinishing, Non-Structural Analysis and Damage Repair, Structural Analysis and Damage Repair, and Mechanical and Electrical Components. Collision Repair students in photo kneeling left to right: Desiree Parada, Philipsburg Osceola High School; Mackenzie Mann, West Branch Area High School; and Kevin Croyle, West Branch Area High School. Collision Repair students in back row from left to right: Nick Clark, West Branch Area High School; Logan Pinto, Moshannon Valley Area High School; Radan Myers, Curwensville Area High School; Rudy Cordon, Clearfield Area High School; James Wilsoncroft, Adult Student. To learn more about the opportunities at the CCCTC, visit us at www.ccctc.edu. To learn more about the opportunities at the CCCTC, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.