Refrigeration Training

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Our Training

Refrigeration Training

Embark on a comprehensive week-long training that equips you with the expertise to handle all facets of refrigeration technology. From learning precise temperature control to mastering advanced repair techniques, this program is designed to elevate your skills to the highest professional standard.
  • Diversity in Design: Explore the inner workings of top mount, side by side, and French door refrigerators.
  • Defrost Dynamics: Uncover the intricacies of electronic and mechanical defrost systems.
  • Technical Foundations: Learn the essential electrical and plumbing requirements for seamless refrigeration.
  • Ice & Water Dispensing: Master the mechanisms behind ice makers and water and ice dispensers.
  • Temperature Precision: Gain expertise in electronic controls and thermistors for accurate temperature monitoring.
  • Brazing, Soldering & Lokring Skills: Develop proficiency with a torch and soldering for durable repairs.
  • Sealed System Diagnostics: Enhance your ability to troubleshoot and resolve sealed system issues.
  • Sealed System Repairs: Execute precise and proper repairs to maintain optimal refrigeration.
  • Efficient Defrost Techniques: Discover the swift, safe methods for defrosting evaporator coils.
  • Intensive Focus: Commit an entire week to specialize in refrigeration, elevating your professional aptitude.
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Our Certifications

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Embark on a one-week course at Fred's Appliance Academy to gain the opportunity to earn two nationally recognized certifications in appliance repair.
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Course Completion

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EPA 608 Type 1 Certified

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EPA 608 Type 1 Certified

EPA regulations (40 CFR Part 82, Subpart F) under Section 608 of the Clean Air Act require that technicians who maintain, service, repair, or dispose of equipment that could release ozone depleting refrigerants into the atmosphere must be certified. Starting on January 1, 2018, this requirement will also apply to appliances containing most substitute refrigerants, including HFCs.

Technicians are required to pass an EPA-approved test to earn Section 608 Technician Certification. The tests are specific to the type of equipment the technician seeks to work on. The 608 Type 1 test we register you for is an online, open-book test. Section 608 Technician Certification credentials do not expire.

Learn More about 608 Type 1

Course Pricing

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Refrigeration Week

1 week hands-on training

$1,740

Dates and Registration
  • 1-week hands-on course
  • Diagnostic & repair training on refrigerators
  • Continental breakfast & delicious lunch prepared M-F
  • Hands-on with sealed systems

  • Cancel or change your reservation anytime before class without fees

Housing

Your home away from home

$60 / Night

Dates and Registration
  • 6-night stay in a 2-bedroom flat with a private bedroom
  • All amenities including laundry, kitchen, & internet
  • Campus experience allows for collaboration with fellow students
  • Only a 3 minute walk from our Academy classroom & lab
  • Living room space with TV
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Student Feedback

Stephen Thanscheidt
02/03/2024
Was very Impressed with quality of training and knowledge of instructor’s I’m very hands on learning and the amount of hands on was great for me would definitely recommend to anyone looking to do appliance repair or even someone that’s been doing appliance repair for awhile and wants to learn more the option to only do the refrigeration class was perfect for me both Chad and Adam where great with any questions I had
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