Appliance Technician Degree - Online and Campus Programs
Prepare for a Career as an Appliance TechnicianIf you can figure out why the washing machine makes that funny noise when the spin cycle begins, a career as an appliance technician may be the right fit for you. Appliance technicians travel to clients' homes, installing and fixing common appliances. They usually do not have direct supervisors, instead managing their own time and responsibilities. In addition to technical expertise, part of their job is customer service, answering questions and teaching customers how to use new appliances correctly. Appliance techs work with a variety of household appliances including:
- Air-conditioning units
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