Here are some lessons and quizzes from the Core Appliance Repair Training course. We start with some of the first few lessons, so you can get a feel for how it all works, and then skip ahead to a later lesson to give you a taste for some of the more advanced knowledge you'll be receiving.
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|Module 1||Core Appliance Repair Training Sample Course Orientation|
|Welcome! This sample will show you how the courses work, but does not reflect the depth of knowledge you'll learn (for that, consult the course syllabus). The full course will equip you with an engineer's understanding of how appliances work, an electrician's expertise with circuitry, and a scientist's approach to troubleshooting. It may sound hard, and like more knowledge than you need, but our graduates know it's everything they never knew they needed to be successful at their jobs.|
|Unit 1||How the Courses Work (Mod. 1, Unit 2 of Core)|
|Module 2||Tools and Test Instruments|
|Basic tools that every tech needs on every service call.|
|Unit 1||Information Tools (Mod. 2, Unit 3 of Core)|
|Module 3||Basic Electricity|
|Volts, ohms, amps. Ohm's Law. Series and parallel circuits. Loads and voltage drop. Basic electrical measurements. Reading wiring diagrams.|
|Unit 1||Basic Electricity: Electrical Terms|
|Unit 2||What is Electricity? Current and Voltage|
|Module 4||Troubleshooting (Module 5 of Core)|
|Fundamental law for troubleshooting. Basic diagnostic and correction procedure. Technician's diagnostic guide. Basic troubleshooting techniques and strategies. Using schematic diagrams to troubleshoot appliances.|
|Unit 1||Using Schematics to Troubleshoot Appliances (Mod. 5, Unit 4 of Core)|