With all five Appliance Vocational Courses: ELECTRICAL, REFRIGERATION FUNDAMENTALS, REFRIGERATION & FREEZERS & A/C, COOKING EQUIPMENT, LAUNDRY & KITCHEN that are designed for the major appliance service professional committed to excellence. . . You'll learn it all at home, you can complete the course as fast as you want, no classroom needed! This Home Appliances Academy Repair Training Educational course is like having your own personal Appliance Repair School, an introduction to appliance repair! These courses are recommended to be taken as a complete course with all six modules and not taken as only one or two courses, or as a separate pick and choose course. A certificate is awarded at the end of the six modules after passing the test. (Note: each MODULE PRE-REQUISITE MUST BE TAKEN.) This correspondence training program is offered by Appliance University Training Associates; a private vocational school licensed in the state of Arizona offering adult education programs in partnership with the community college system since 1986. The content of this course was designed and developed by Jim Johnson, America's best known technical writer in the major appliance field.
HERE ARE SOME OF THE THINGS OUR STUDENTS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT OURPROGRAM….
'As I prepare to start Module 3 of your Major Appliance Technology Certificate Program, I wanted to let you know that I feel the first two modules have been well worth the time and money spent.' -Florida
'Thank you. I really enjoyed taking your appliance repair course. It is very informative and I learned a lot!' -Arizona
'The thing I liked best about this module was that it filled in some of the things I didn’t understand about the fundamentals of electricity. -Tennessee
'Your course is specific and very well written.' -Michigan
'The thing I liked best about this module is that it started with the basics and worked its way up.' -Texas
'The thing I liked best about Module One is when you get into practical applications.' -Mississippi
'Easy to read.' -California
'I liked the explanations of refrigerator electrical circuits.' -Michigan