Turn the “Newbies” into “Do-bees” with an Appliance Repair Class

Fred's Appliance
June 17, 2013

If you own or manage an independent service repair company and you know you need to hire, but finding personnel with the exact skills you need is proving difficult, consider sending your new hires to an Appliance Repair Class at Fred’s Appliance.

While the perfect new hire is something that every business owner, large or small, would love to encounter, the odds are that the newest employees will require some amount of training in order to be fully up to speed.  Of course, you’re hiring people with the right outlook, basic skills and personality necessary to do the work.  While you’re waiting for those employees to develop by riding along with more experienced technicians, you’re missing out on opportunities to field more calls and grow your business.

At Fred’s Appliance, we offer an Appliance Repair Class that will provide your new hires with the skills they need to be effective in the field in just 3 weeks.  Our training program leads to the NASTeC (National Appliance Service Technician Certification) exam. Students will also be offered the opportunity to take PSA Certification.

Tuition for the class held at our location includes the 3-week course, over 200 appliances to work on, and a furnished flat to stay in with cable TV and its own kitchen and laundry.  You can see photos of our training classes on our Facebook page.

Accelerating your new hires up the learning curve is rewarding for the employees and beneficial for your business.  They’ll gain useful, practical skills in much less time than would be necessary just by trying to watch someone else do the work, and you’ll gain assurances that the instruction is being delivered by people who are as good at teaching as they are at troubleshooting and repairing.

Having professionally trained and certified technicians in your business is a significant competitive advantage.  Contact us Fred’s Appliance to learn more about our Appliance Repair Class and our experience with turning novice employees into qualified professionals.

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