An appliance technician repairs, maintains and installs
equipment. The technician could gain employment or establish a small business.

They perform house calls, repair appliances, delivery
service and scheduled maintenance. The field is broad and has may sub sectors
such as electrical maintenance and appliance maintenance.
How
to Become an Appliance Repair Technician
Types
of Appliance Repair Jobs
There are a huge number of appliances that need repair. The
appliances include radios, televisions, refrigerators and washing machines.
More are Electric cookers, electric irons, stoves,
washers, and dryers. There are lots of vocational training schools that offer
tutelage in carpentry, electrical wiring, and plumbing. You find courses in
appliance repair, crafts, networking and combustion.
appliance repair
Common
Appliances
  • Radios
  • Televisions
  • Refrigerators
  • washing machines
  • electric cookers
  • electric irons
  • stoves
  • Washers, and
    dryers.
Electrical Repair and
Maintenance
 Electrical repair
and maintenance covers application installation, repair, and heating. Others
are precision metal working, air conditioning, refrigerator maintenance and
vehicle repair.
Seek
Training
The technician could learn on the job or seek vocational
training. Learn through online courses, websites, a community college or
technical school.
Increase the knowledge by attending seminars, workshops
and apprentice programs. Read technical books, e-books, tutorials and manuals.
College of technology study includes non-degree
certificate course work. Universities offer Undergraduate courses and present
grandaunts with an associate bachelor’s degree.
  • learn on the job
  • seek vocational
    training
  • online courses
  • websites
  • community
    college
  • technical school
  • attend seminars
  • workshops
  • apprentice
    programs
  • Read technical books
  • e-books
  • tutorials and
    manuals
Career
Requirements
An appliance technician should be certified or posses a
degree. Other requirements are ability to troubleshoot, and pass mechanical
aptitude.
They should have excellent written, verbal and
communication skill. It is essential you pursue continuity education to remain
abreast of fast changing trends.
  • Certified
  • posses a degree
  • good ability to
    troubleshoot
  • pass mechanical
    aptitude
  • excellent written
  • verbal
  • communication
    skill
Appliance
Repair Technician Licensing
The person should posses a GED or high school diploma.
They need regular vocational training and appliance specific certification.
You have the national society of certified electronic
technicians and national appliance service technician certification. Other
requirements are no criminal record and a current driving license.
  • GED
  • high school diploma
  • vocational training
  • appliance specific
    certification
  • Driving license.
Finding
Jobs
Look regularly at newspaper advertisements and online
portals. There are many job search aggregators for qualified professionals. You
could signup with an employment agency or start a small business.