Kitchen Major Appliance Technology
This program offers practical technical training in the repair and
troubleshooting of all major kitchen appliances. Instruction is designed
to duplicate conditions and requirements experienced by a technician working in
the field. Emphasis is on developing a thorough understanding of electrical and
mechanical theory through classroom experiences and practical application.
Proficiency is developed by using test equipment to improve diagnostic and
repair techniques. Students are introduced to all aspects of the industry
including parts procurement, work order/parts development, and industrial
communications. This program is approved as an electrical
specialty training school for Appliance Repair (07D) by the
Washington State Department of Labor and Industries, Electrical
Section. This program is accredited by the Professional
Service Association, a national appliance industry organization.
To earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree, the student must
complete all requirements for the certificate program plus 20
credits of General Education. The General Education requirements are
listed below. Transfer credit from other institutions will be
considered upon validation of transcript and course work. Students
holding a recent Certification of Completion from RTC should
contact the Registrar for degree options.
All students enrolling in this program beginning Fall of 2014 will be required to take the College Success course during their first quarter of enrollment.
This course is designed to help students develop skills critical for academic success. In this course, students will learn about and practice motivation, time-management, teamwork, and self-advocacy. Classes are engaging and highly participatory.
Certificate of Completion
Associate of Applied Science Degree
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Monday - Friday,
7:30AM - 2:00PM
Students may enter the program at the beginning of fall or spring