CFESA Ice Machine Training

Ice Machine Training (Jan 2019)

When:
January 28, 2019 @ 8:00 am – January 31, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
2019-01-28T08:00:00-05:00
2019-01-31T17:00:00-05:00
Where:
CFESA World Headquarters & Global Training Facility
3605 Centre Cir
Fort Mill, SC 29715
USA
Register:
Past Event
$300.00 USD Ice Machine Jan 2019 / Member
Ice Machine Jan 2019 / Member
Past Event
$600.00 USD Ice Machine Jan 2019 / Non-Member
Ice Machine Jan 2019 / Non-Member
Contact:
Linda Riley
336.346.4700

This Ice Machine Repair Training Class will host equipment and factory trainers from Scotsman, Ice-o-Matic, Hoshizaki, & Follet.

This is a unique opportunity for technicians to learn the specifics of four different brands in one four day session.


Course Information

Times: 8am – 5pm each day
Lunch 12pm – 1pm each day

Cost for this class is $300 for members / $600 for non-members

CFESA is pleased to announce our 2019 Ice Machine Training Class.

CFESA’s upcoming Ice Machine Repair Training is an opportunity for technicians to learn the fundamentals of how this equipment works and specific troubleshooting on four of the most common brands. This training session will consist of four consecutive one day training classes, each lead by factory trainers from each of the respective brands.  All equipment will be connected to the proper utilizes so the equipment can run and operate just as it would in a customer’s facility.  Each manufacturer will cover; installation and set-up, proper operation and programming of the equipment, service troubleshooting and maintenance.  Seats are limited to 10 students per class to ensure adequate time for Hands-on Training. To register please visit the CFESA website at www.cfesa.com/nice-ice

The skill level for participants attending this course should be mid-level to seasoned technicians. Entry level technicians would not have the skill set needed to participate in this course.

This class is limited. Seats are not considered “reserved” until full payment has been received.

Qualifications: Technicians must be familiar with electric, gas and steam theory, and have a working knowledge of foodservice equipment. Again, Entry level technicians would not have the skill set needed to participate in this course.

Prerequisite: There is no standard prerequisite at this time, but we do ask that managers take into consideration the complexities of ice machines and determine if your technicians are suited to attend this training.

Local Airport:  Charlotte / Douglas International Airport CLT


Hotel:  Hilton Garden Inn Charlotte Pineville
425 Towne Centre Blvd, Pineville, NC 28134
(704) 889-3279

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