Thinking of Becoming an Appliance Service Technician? Don’t Forget to Take Fred’s Appliance Repair Class!

Fred's Appliance
September 11, 2013

There’s no doubt it’s a tough job market out there. Fortunately, though, there’s never any shortage of appliances that’ll need installation, maintenance, and repair. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in the appliance servicing field stands to grow by 14.7 percent by 2020.

If you’ve always been handy with appliances, and a career in the appliance repair field is something you’d be interested in, Fred’s Appliance Academy offers a unique, intensive 3-week course on appliance repairs.

The appliance repair class that Fred’s offers starts students off with a solid understanding of the essentials, like electrical theory, and then builds on top of that knowledge. To really give students experience that will be applicable in the real world, students get the opportunity to work on both state-of-the-art appliances as well as older models. In fact, Fred’s is one of the few appliance repair courses that offers instruction on many brands, so students will be able to handle any problem that gets thrown their way – new or old, Maytag or Kenmore.

More than just technical skills, though, the course at Fred’s teaches students many useful customer service skills, as well as how to look up further technical information they might need, and the essentials of parts look-up and ordering.

At the end of the course, students take the nationally recognized NASTeC (National Appliance Service Technician Certification) exam, and are given the opportunity to become PSA (Professional Service Association) certified as well.

Fred’s Appliance Academy trains technicians and aspiring technicians nation-wide. Not only will you learn the skills you need to start a career as a professional appliance service technician, either as your own boss, or for a great company, but you’ll also have the fulfillment of knowing that you know how to handle any problems that might come your way. Tuition covers the cost of the three weeks of instruction, plus 20 nights lodging, lunch five days a week, and digital access to thousands of technical pages. If you’re thinking of starting a rewarding career in appliance service, contact us to enroll today!

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