Ask the shop what the manufacturer's codes were.
If you can get those numbers, we can probably help decipher them for you.
But, as I stated, if the problem is fixed, the light will go out.
Active codes will remain active until the problem has been solved.
If clearing the code doesn't turn the light out, then there is still a problem.
Did you ask if the shop checked the EVAP hoses?
Regardless of whether it is a manufacturer's code or not, emission codes, if the P1495 code is the code that is triggering the light, should be something that most shops could diagnose.