HOME APPLIANCES TECHNICIAN  PROGRAM

The Home Appliances Technician program explains the operation, troubleshooting, maintenance and repair of key electronic/electrical circuits and electro-mechanical systems commonly used in residential electric and gas clothes dryers, stoves and ovens, clothes washers, dish washers, microwave ovens, and refrigerators.

 

Home appliances  Technicians possess advanced technical knowledge and skills needed to troubleshoot and repair today's major household appliances. 

 

Home appliances  Technicians use their hands, hand/power tools, complex testing equipment, and analytical thinking to diagnose and repair malfunctions.

 

Common employment sectors include: Large electronics/appliance retail stores; energy companies and public utilities; building contractors or home owner association of condos/town-houses/single-family developments; large independent repair centers; resorts, hotels and public housing developments; And there are countless small-business owners operating private repair shops in every state.

Required courses:

ELEC 013-04--- INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS & ELECTRICITY    

ELEC 014-04--- INTRODUCTION TO KEY COMPONENTS    

ELEC 015-04--- INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION

ELEC 016-04--- INTRODUCTION TO LIVE TESTING

ELEC 019-04--- HOME APPLIANCES TROUBLESHOOTING & REPAIR