Have you ever wondered how to save money and reduce waste, rather than throwing away broken appliances and electrical devices and buying a new items? If you have ever considered, ‘how do I repair appliances myself?', this course is for you.
This course will teach you how to repair appliances, small equipment and machines. With the Right to Repair legislation changes and recycling movement, there is more incentive to repair your equipment, machines and appliances, rather than purchasing a new product and sending the broken item to landfill. Not only will you save money, but you will extend the life of the item.
How do you repair appliances? It starts with knowing about how electrical items work and how motors work. Then you will need to know about the different appliances and machines and the components that will break and the tools and parts that you will need to use to restore the appliance or machine into working order.
What makes this course a great choice?
You learn to study and apply what you are learning with practical ‘hand-on’ tasks. You are also supported by knowledgeable tutors, who can answer your questions when you need help and will also provide you with valuable feedback on your assignments along the way.
Why would you study this course?
You will learn how to repair and fix small appliances. You might want to do this for your own appliances at home, for a small business that you run, or to add more skills for your career development.
What will you be able to do when you finish this course?
You will know how to safety repair small equipment, appliances, and machines once you have successfully completed this course you could: