These programs offer in-person training. Please click the image to be directed to their site. (Reviews are as of 7/5/23). This list is not exhaustive.
On-Campus & Online Options
Google Reviews: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (102)
Student housing included - hence "on-campus" rather than "in person." As of this writing, they have two on-campus options - " 3 Week Diagnostic & Repair Foundations" and "1 Week Diagnostic & Repair Foundations - Refrigerators".
Richland Hills, TX
Google Reviews: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (197)
Two-week fundamentals training program. They also have weekend courses available teaching R134a and R600 systems, R600 and Lockring, and Service Mode Diagnostics.
In-person & Online Options
Google Reviews: No Google Listing Found
Website could use some work. I believe they have in-person training, but I can't determine whether I'm paying for online courses or signing up for in-person training when I go to make a purchase. Make sure you verify you're getting what you think you are before making a purchase.
These are online resources for learning appliance repair.
Online training and resources.
Facebook Reviews: .⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (5)
3.3K Likes; 3.2K Followers (7/5/23)
See also Appliantology. These two resources are top-tier and inarguably provide a wealth of valuable information. To get the most out of Appliantology, you'll need to become a subscriber, but it's worth every penny. If you pay for Master Samurai courses, you'll get a free subscription to Appliantology.
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