this school has branches up and down the east coast.
Wow, 17,5K for a class. I think I need to get me a fancy website and a financial aid person to draw the people in. The class I teach is usually 16 weeks long, and I cover as much theory (big time electrical troubleshooting) as I can. They get lots of homework to read leaving us time to do hands on work in the shop. I am fortunate that I have access to about 50 machines in my training fleet along with two training kitchens and two training laundry areas so we can simulate how not to damage the customers home. Plus I have machines that are 15 years old, and stuff right out of the box. And the cost? Free. Students just need to show up, participate, and deal with me. I am all for making some money, so more power to them. I just hope the few young people looking at getting into this as a career do look around and not pull out the checkbook after the sales pitch. I may not be bigtime, but you will know how to fix stuff when I am done with you. Just my two cents.Those who can do: Those who can't teach. I do both.
This forum is a classroom
Started by AJ
Started by nolazach