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HOW TO BECOME AN APPLIANCE SERVICE TECHNICIAN IN THE COMMERCIAL SETTING?

Date: August 21, 2021

HOW TO BECOME AN APPLIANCE SERVICE TECHNICIAN IN THE COMMERCIAL SETTING?

To become an Appliance Service Technician working for a Commercial Appliance Servicing company, a student must successfully complete the Appliance Service Technician Diploma Program, and the Gas Technician Certificate Program

Appliance Service Technicians working for a commercial appliance company can repair and service Commercial washers, Commercial dryers, Commercial dishwashers, ranges, built-in ovens, counter cook top units, microwaves, refrigerators, and freezers for appliance sales companies, wholesalers, commercial companies and independent service companies. Many may go on to become self-employed or work in the commercial or industrial equipment industry.

A student looking to work in the commercial setting as an Appliance Service Technician requires the students to successfully complete the TSSA accredited Gas Technician Program. The Gas Technician 3 component of the combined program is the starting point for technicians in the gas field. The Gas Technician 3 is an essential concurrent certification for anyone wanting to work in the appliance servicing field. Graduates of this program must successfully complete the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) Gas Technician Certification Examination to be eligible to work as a licensed level 3 Gas Technician. The Gas Technician Domestic Appliances component of the Gas Technician program is a continuation of the Gas 3 Technician modules, plus additional training on specific gas fired equipment. Graduates of this program must successfully complete the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) Gas Technician Domestic Appliance Certification Examination to be eligible to work as a licensed Commercial Appliance Technician.

Students who successfully complete our structured programs will receive theory instruction together with the hands-on training methodology taught by highly trained instructors. Areas of study include; appliance service safety, troubleshooting and maintenance repair, and schematic diagrams and parts look up. Students in the Appliance Service Technician program will also have a co-op placement with a local appliance servicing company or manufacturer for 12 weeks.


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