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"The GM STC instructors have a great deal of automotive knowledge and I take away a lot of information from each class I attend. They have helped me build confidence to strive to be the best. My long-term goal as an automotive technician is to achieve the highest levels of credentials and honors." -- Zach Stone, Bell Wasik Buick GMC, Caro, MI


"I was raised in a GM-only family: my first car was a Chevy, my first job was working in a Chevy dealership. GM technical training has made me a better technician by giving me the ability to complete repairs properly and quickly and helping me understand how systems work. I'm an ASE Master Tech working toward achieving 100% STS on GM technical training." -- Rich Carmody, Preferred Chevrolet Buick GMC, Grand Haven, MI


"Since I was a kid, I've always had a passion for Chevrolet vehicles. That passion led me to the GM ASEP program at Ferris State University, which gave me the start to my career. I've been a GM service technician for 15 years and am an ASE Master Certified Technician. I prefer hands-on training because I learn better by doing, however Virtual Classroom Training is good because I don't have to sacrifice my family time to learn!" -- Josh Langlois, Deur-Speet Motors, Fremont, MI


"I've been a GM service technician for 36 years. My parents owned GM vehicles and I worked on them as a teenager. Personally, I think GM cars are easier to service than other brands. And GM STC training has given me a deeper understanding of vehicle operations; this enables me to perform faster diagnosis and efficient repairs. I'm an ASE Master Technician and a GM World Class Technician. I believe in being the best technician possible!" -- Norm Grove, Witt Buick, Muskegon, MI 


"I've always been attracted to cars and their inner workings. I participated in the GM ASEP program and it gave me a huge step forward in my career when I graduated. I've now been a GM service tech for 20 years!" -- Jon Patchett, Bob Ross Buick GMC, Centerville, OH



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