Are you a problem-solver? Do you love to “open up the box” and see what’s inside? If the answer is yes, a career as a Major Appliance, HVACR or Electronics Technician may be just what you’re looking for.
At Bay State School of Technology, we specialize in “Hands-On” Training. What you learn in the morning in the classroom, you’ll put to use that same day in the lab or shop. Our industry-experienced instructors will teach you everything you need to know to become a trained technician. And the best part is this: No Prior Experience Is Required.
In addition, we’ll prepare you for the industry-specific certification testing, such as the ISCET (International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians) or the PSA (Professional Service Association) Certification test for Appliances and HVACR and administer the test as part of your program. All students will receive a laptop computer, and training on how to use it not only as a learning tool, but as a diagnostic tool as well. The laptop will belong to you at the end of the course.
When you complete the course, you will be a highly-trained entry-level technician, capable of dealing with a large variety of Major Appliance, HVAC or Electronics-related equipment. Our graduates find work all over the United States, which means that your certificate is extremely portable. You could end up with a career at a Fortune 500 Company, thanks to your training at Bay State Tech.
Bay State School of Technology offers a variety of programs that lead to new careers. In our Major Appliance/Basic Electricity course, you’ll learn about electricity and how it works; you’ll learn how to read a wiring diagram and how to use it to diagnose problems. You will work on the real washers, dryers, dishwashers, microwave ovens and other appliances, as you learn how to repair them.
Bay State’s Domestic Refrigeration course covers the basics of refrigeration theory in terms of home refrigerators and air conditioners. You will learn about all the major components of a refrigerator and actually put them together to make your own fully-functional unit from scratch. In addition we will prepare you for EPA 608 (commonly known as Freon Recovery) on-site testing and certification.
Commercial HVACR will immerse you in the basics of larger refrigeration and cooling units, electronic controls, ice machines, heat pumps, and more. This program prepares you to work in the commercial side of the industry and provides 100 hours of Massachusetts Refrigeration Code and 150 hours of Massachusetts Electrical Codes.
In our Electronics Technician program, you’ll be able to work with switches, transistors, and computer and networking components as well as other Electronics devices in order to prepare you for a wide variety of jobs related to Electronics.
Your Bay State Tech training will teach you how to go from having a job to having a career. We can teach you to have a productive and rewarding life working as a technician in the Electronics, Major Appliance, or HVACR field. And, again, the best part is that there is NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!
Classes start this week for day programs, so it’s not too late to sign up today to ensure a spot in the program of your choice.
Call Bay State School of Technology today at:
and ask for a brochure, and schedule a time to come to the school this week. We encourage you to:
- Tour the school and visit the classrooms, shop and lab areas
- Visit during school hours and sit in on an actual class
- Talk to our Admissions Representatives about the different Program options
- Visit the Financial Aid office to answer any funding questions you might have
- Stop by the Student Services office to see how we work with students to produce effective resumes and assist with job placement
Stop by our booth at the New England Home Show at Gillette Stadium on March 22nd through 24th and see what we’re all about.
Bay State School of Technology is licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, and is approved for Veteran’s Training by the Veteran’s Administration.