Classes for New Technicians and Electric, Gas, Steam, and Water Troubleshooting

The Commercial Food Equipment Service Association’s (CFESA) upcoming events will cover electric, gas, steam, and water (EGS&W) troubleshooting and training for new technicians.

The EGS&W course will take place July 27 to August 1. The six-day training is designed for technicians that have two years or fewer of fieldwork and need a confidence boost to work independently. Participants must be familiar with electric, gas, and steam theory as well as possess a basic mechanical aptitude.

The cost of the course is $750 for CFESA members and $1,500 for non-members.

CFESA’s new technician training will be held Aug. 10-14. The five-day course is designed for people looking to enter or recently hired into the foodservice equipment repair industry. Participants should have little to no knowledge of the skill sets needed for the industry. The course will cover company expectations, customer service, kitchen equipment operation basic principles of electric, gas, and steam, and hands-on equipment training.

The cost is $1,000 for CFESA members and $2,000 for non-members.

Both training courses will be held at CFESA headquarters, 3605 Centre Cir., Fort Mill, S.C.