National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence
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ASE conducting parts specialist survey

June 27, 2024
The parts survey will focus on parts consultant tasks to discover which ones are completed most frequently. As a thank you for participating, respondents will be entered in a random drawing to win Cabela gift cards.

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) has been commisioned to conduct a series of studies to find out which parts-related tasks are performed most frequently by parts specialists. The survey will focus on parts consultant tasks, and survey respondents don’t need to be ASE Certified to participate.

“With this survey, we are looking for experienced parts managers, specialists, consultants and counter personnel to share their feedback so that we can take a closer look at the tasks they perform on a daily basis,” said Matt Shepanek, vice president, credential testing programs for ASE. “The input we receive from the survey helps drive the content of technical training and certification standards across the industry.”

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Those who take part in the study will be entered into a random drawing for 10 Cabela’s $50 gift cards. Cabela offers outdoor recreation equipment for hunting, fishing, and camping. The anonymous respondent data will be reported collectively, and this data will not be shared with any third party. For those wishing to enter the drawing, they’ll only need to provide an email address.

Parts specialists can take the ASE’s survey here.

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