There are many options available for people wanting to learn a skill that will translate into a career.

Colleges and universities, technical schools, and apprenticeships are examples. In most cases, these options will require a significant amount of time and money invested before achieving a level of training that will lead to employment. At Dyer Appliance Academy, in two-weeks, you can earn the skills that will provide you with opportunities to start a rewarding career in appliance repair.

Do you want a career in a fast-growing market, where you can work autonomously, and earn up to six figures without going to college or a year-long technical school?

Dyer Academy has been training people new to appliance repair for over 7 years. In that time, we have helped hundreds of students to learn the skills to begin a rewarding career in appliance repair.

Our only priority is to ensure that every student receives the proper instruction necessary to leave our program with a solid foundation in basic appliance repair skills and theory that will enable them to have the confidence and ability to begin a new career.

  • Small class size with one on one assistance
  • Hands-on training for a hands-on industry
  • On-site lab with a full range of appliance models
  • Optional ride-along after the course with experienced technicians available
  • Job placement assistance nationwide if desired
  • Post-course training options go even more hands-on in the field

When you register for a session with Dyer Appliance Repair Academy your registration includes:

Our Two-Week Appliance Repair Course

Hands-on and classroom training on important appliance repair theory (basic electricty, gas & refrigeration), principles of operation, major components, basic functions and cycles of all major home appliances.

Assistance with job placement

Optional ride along day

Invest in your future and move to the forefront of the appliance repair industry with Dyer Appliance Repair Academy.

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