Accredited Auto Glass Technician & Accredited Master Auto Glass Technician
The Auto Glass Safety Council’s Certified Auto Glass Technician certification examination is an online examination consisting of 70 multiple choice questions, allowing an average of 90 seconds per question to answer. Requirements: knowledge in OSHA regulations, all types of auto glass replacement, NAGS and custom cut laminated glass parts will help in taking the examination. Those applying for the exam with special needs may contact AGSC with concerns.
The Auto Glass Safety Council’s Certified Master Auto Glass Technician certification examination is an online examination consisting of 50 multiple choice questions, allowing an average of 90 seconds per question to answer. Must have experience and knowledge in: OSHA required employee safety regulations; conducting installations according to the current AGRSS Standard; intermediate level automotive electrical testing and troubleshooting procedures and equipment; OEM sunroof repair and replacement techniques; advanced wind noise and water leak diagnosis and repair; current standards and regulations that apply to the auto glass industry. To be eligible for this exam, it is required to have 3+ years in the auto glass industry, hold an unexpired General Auto Glass Technician certificate and be an employee of member companies starting in 2014. Those applying for the exam with special needs may contact AGSC with concerns.
Upon receipt and processing (up to seven business days) of the completed application and payment, you will receive an email listing the login, password and URL link to access the online examination.
$89.00 – AGSC Member Companies
$149.00 – Non-Members
The following textbook is offered for sale that may help in preparation for the certification exam. It is a textbook authored by Bob Beranek of Automotive Glass Consultants and can be purchased on Amazon. Click on the following link for more information: “The Complete Guide to Auto Glass Installation.” You may also check the Auto Glass Safety Council’s website for various training programs (www.agsc.org/training-programs/) that may be contacted.