If you’re one of the people who wouldn’t dream of calling an appliance service to fix a broken machine because you can do it just fine yourself, you may be sitting on the makings of a new career. Appliance repair is a lucrative business, and in many areas, there’s more than enough customers to go around. Just think of all of the times people have complained because a repairman was late. That happens because the current companies are overloaded with work. It’d be easy to turn your current skills into a new business or help an existing one handle the business it already has. All you’ll need to do is sign up at our appliance repair school to pick up any missing information and be prepared to pass the certification exam.
You may be thinking that you don’t need to attend a repair school if you can already do it yourself, and for the types of machines you’re used to, this may be true. However, there are other brands and other kinds of appliances, and to become a professional, you’ll need to know how to fix them all without having to figure it out on the spot. You’ll also need to perform the repairs in the way that’s required by the State of Ohio in order to get your certification. Therefore, attending school is a good idea regardless of your current abilities.
You won’t just learn how to fix appliances at our school. We’ll also teach you the computer skills needed to look up repair information or parts online, how to deal with customers, and how to handle other aspects of an appliance repair business. With this footing, you’ll have a better chance of success than you would if you just hung up a sign and hoped for good results.
Even better, our appliance academy doesn’t require you to commit to months or years’ worth of classes to graduate. Instead, you’ll be ready to take the NASTeC (National Appliance Service Technician Certification) exam and graduate in just 3 weeks! This makes our academy perfect for anyone who wants to turn mechanical ability into a way to make a living. To learn more about our course and becoming NASTeC certified, just contact us. We’ll be glad to explain everything you want to know.