GM ASEP delivers advanced automotive service training, coursework, and real world experiences to give students the best possible preparation for a career as an automotive technician.
Students alternate between classroom training and hands-on work experience at a sponsoring GM dealership or ACDelco Professional Service Center. This unbeatable combination of school and work reinforces the technical knowledge gained while in college.More About Training
Upon graduation, students earn an Associate’s Degree in Automotive Technology (or similar) in addition to the GM required technician training. Since 1979, GM’s commitment to support GM ASEP colleges has produced over 17,000 automotive service technicians.More About Careers
All GM ASEP colleges and universities are accredited by the ASE Education Foundation. This accreditation ensures that your training will meet or exceed industry standards allowing employers to hire confidently consumers to trust the automotive workforce.More about ASE
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Each GM ASEP graduate will earn several hundred hours of Service Technical College (STC) or ACDelco training. This could save your service department tens of thousands of dollars in training costs. GM ASEP students are eager to learn when you match them with qualified technicians. Many GM ASEP graduates – with their high level of training and extensive internship experience – will outperform other entry level technicians. If you already employ someone that shows promise, connect them with your local GM ASEP College and develop their potential.
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Recruiting qualified technicians can be a challenge. Participation in GM ASEP allows GM Dealers or ACDelco Professional Service Centers to train students in their service departments with the direct support of formal training specifically designed to meet the needs of entry level technicians. GM ASEP students alternate between work and school on a schedule set by the institution and its dealer advisory council. Contact a GM ASEP college near you to get help locating bright new talent.Find A School