Industry Certification Assessment at EFSC
EFSC has resumed limited on-campus testing by appointment only to maintain social distancing and administer tests as safely as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and Prov Industry Certification exams currently available at the Cocoa Campus and Melbourne Campus Assessment Centers. Seating is available on the following days and times at each location.
Cocoa Campus Assessment Center (CCAC)
Location: EFSC Cocoa Campus, Building 1
Prov Exam: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday – 10 AM and 1:15 PM
ASE Exam: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday – 11 AM and 1 PM
Melbourne Campus Assessment Center (MCAC)
Location: EFSC Melbourne Campus, Building 10, Room 218
Prov Exam: Tuesday and Wednesday - 10 AM and 1:15 PM
ASE Exam: Tuesday and Wednesday - 11 AM and 1 PM
Prov test candidates can schedule exams related to licensing certifications that Prov offers at the EFSC Assessment Center directly through Prov by calling 866-720-7768. Other information about Prov and its testing is available on the Prov website.
ASE exams may be scheduled via the RegisterBlast online system for the Cocoa or Melbourne Campuses. ASE test candidates must provide their name, ASE ID number, email, phone number and name of the tests/retests being scheduled in order to register for an appointment. All registered candidates will receive an email confirmation with further admission instructions. View more details about RegisterBlast.
Schedule an ASE: COCOA CAMPUS
Under EFSC safety protocols, as of May 19, 2021, masks are optional and not mandatory at EFSC due to new CDC guidance. No locker space will be provided, so testers should not bring personal items such as wallets, hats and cell phones to the testing centers. Only a photo ID and car keys should be brought to the Assessment Center as all necessary testing supplies are provided.
Eastern Florida State College is an approved testing site for many other industry certifications offered by: CompTIA, Manufacturing Skills Standards Council Certified Production Technician (MSSC-CPT), North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP), Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). The list of industry certification exams continues to expand.
What is an industry certification?
- Industry-developed assessment instrument
- Certification is a validation of your knowledge
- Certifications help you distinguish and advance yourself in the workforce and in the academic environment
Why is an industry certification important?
- Bolsters resumes
- Encourages higher salaries
- Affects your career, your company's success, and even your country's ability to compete globally
Visit our Career & Technical web section for more information on available certification tests, scheduling and pricing or call 321-433-5562.