A CPD Accredited online training course covering the basics of Dishwasher faults and repairs.
In this online course, we will cover the components that make up most domestic / household dishwashers, what functionality each component has and what can go wrong with them.
Upon completion of this online course, you will receive a CPD Certificate demonstrating that you have sat this course and that you have an understanding of dishwasher components.
Who would take this course?
This course has been designed for people with limited or no knowledge of dishwasher repairs. You do not have to have any experience repairing appliances to take this course.
If you are doing anything more than a DIY repair for yourself, in other words, you are intending on using this online course to embark on a career repairing appliances, then we recommend, that you complete the Insulation and Earth Continuity Testing Course and the Earth Loop Testing Course prior to learning how to repair dishwashers. These are 3 independent electrical safety tests that should be carried out before any repair and after any repair in the case of Insulation and Earth Continuity Testing.
Links to each course are here:
Post Course Advice…
If you intend on using this online training course to embark on a career repairing appliances and have no prior dishwasher repair experience, we recommend that you either attend our Training Centre for thorough theory and practical training (link here) or at the very least, find a professional in your area that is happy to take you with them for while to give you some practical experience before you start out on your own or applying for jobs.
Extras – Upon completion of any course, you receive the following:
- Continuous access to this online course which is updated regularly so you always have it for reference (no outdated paper manuals getting ruined in the back of your van)
- Access to the NAC National Training Forums – A resource for help with repairs and spares
- Access to our Facebook Group – UK Whitegoods Domestic Appliance Engineer Group – A resource for help with repairs and spares