The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) has launched an online version of its Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling Review and Quiz designed to serve as a technological complement to the Institute's booklet program.
Technicians who service motor vehicle air conditioners must be trained and certified by an EPA-approved organization. Like its printed counterpart, the ASE online version is an EPA-- approved Section 609 Technician Certification Program.
On the ASE Web site, candidates can click on a link from the home page or test information subcategory, which then takes them to an introduction page spelling out the details of the program.
"The online refrigerant program harnesses the power of the Internet to help technicians manage refrigerant responsibly," says ASE President Ronald H. Weiner. "This partnership of technology and content is perfectly suited for its purpose and audience."
For more information, visit www.asecert.org.
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