Hunter training earns ASE certification, CASE accreditation

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Hunter Engineering announced that its training program has achieved ASE-certified status from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. Hunter says it earned the accreditation through the CASE (Continuing Automotive Service Education) program after an extensive evaluation by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.

Hunter says that as an ASE-certified training provider, it now is included with top accredited public and private educational institutions throughout the country, which includes colleges and universities, vocational schools and manufacturer programs.

Automotive service providers seek CASE-certified training programs and ASE-certified staff to ensure the highest standards of excellence. Technicians earn points for completing CASE-certified classes, and instructors earn credits toward continuing education requirements. Certification of automotive programs also is supported by the Departments of Education in all 50 U.S. states.