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If you are an ASA Affiliate please click login above to access the following affiliate only features

Affiliate Store

This is not a store for the public. This is strictly for Affiliates. Affiliates can purchase materials with Affiliate discounts. You must be in our database.

Affiliate’s Online Certification System

This area is for ASA Affiliate Schools and Instructors to access information on your school’s database.

  • You can view, modify, add info to your demographics
  • Download exams for free
  • Purchase validation numbers
  • Certify students, modify and update records
  • School seeking Instructor Job Bank
  • If you need further assistance, feel free to download affiliate help document

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For Macs, this is usually on the menu under: “preferences”.
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