We’re proud of our graduates from our November 2016 Basic Appliance Repair course. Our destination for this class photo is the surface of the moon. We wish them all the best of luck as they begin a career in appliance repair!
If you are mechanically inclined, enjoy problem solving and troubleshooting, and are interested in a new career, you may be considering both the appliance repair and electrician industries. While these career paths have some similarities and are appealing for similar reasons, there are also some major differences to keep in mind: What These Jobs Have in Common: Becoming either an appliance … Read More
You have an emergency. Your dishwasher, refrigerator, or washing machine is leaking all over the floor. You need to do something, and fast. Who are you going to call? Ghostbusters obviously cannot help you. But what about a plumber? There clearly seems to be an issue with your water pipes, so they should be able to help you, correct? Not … Read More
With a joint announcement on November 4, 2016 from Samsung and Consumer Product Safety Commission, 2.8 million Samsung washing machines are being recalled due to safety risks. Samsung has also issued a safety warning for anyone who currently owns one of the models listed below. This recall involves 34 models of Samsung top-load washing machines. The washing machines have mid-controls or … Read More
One of the big problems associated with repairing appliances is the difficulty of choosing the correct hand tools and knowing how to use them. Many people do use hand tools at home, but not everyone uses them the right way. When people use tools improperly, they usually will use them based on how they think they should be used. Also, … Read More
When Fred founded Fred’s Appliance Academy back in 2008, he never could have imagined that our training would be in such high demand that students would travel halfway across the world to attend our courses. We can now proudly say we are a training facility that serves a global market. While we have had international students from Canada and Bermuda, the students … Read More
We are proud to support the First Team 2010 robotics competition. The competitions are high‐tech sporting events where students learn the atmosphere of competition and the benefits of “gracious professionalism”. Over 2000 teams compete using skills related to mathematics, engineering, science, and technology. To learn more about the competition or to get involved, check out their website .
For some people, working with tools is a great joy in their life. Many of us enjoy fixing things, and helping others. Through professional appliance repair training, you can make a difference and help others. Why appliance repair? The nice thing about this field is that as long as there are appliances, there will always be a need for people who are trained to … Read More