Celette Training Division Achieves ASE Accreditation - BodyShop Business

Celette Training Division Achieves ASE Accreditation

The training division of Celette SA, Vienne, France, has achieved certification by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) in Continuing Automotive Service Education (CASE). The University of Celette accreditation includes the U.S. as well as Celette’s international operations.

The CASE program offers professional certification for providers of ongoing technical training. The National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) evaluates the providers’ process of developing and delivering technical education. The organization only recommends programs which meet exacting standards.

"Celette has over 50 years of experience in the collision repair industry. Their strengths include an excellent relationship with all of the high-end European OE manufacturers, high-quality products, dedicated and experienced personnel, and well-designed training," said Larry Yeager, CASE Consultant and the Evaluation Team Leader. "They are aligned with the CASE process and receive strong support from upper management to achieve their goal: ‘To be the best in class for structural repair education globally.’”

Celette produces automobile frame repair benches and measuring devices. Its equipment is specified by most European car manufacturers as well as a large number of Asian and American makes. University of Celette students learn the latest in frame pulling techniques.

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