Notes From CFESA: Association Unveils 2019 Training Class Schedule

 

 

2019 training

CFESA has posted the 2019 Training Schedule and registration is now open. In addition to our regular courses we have added two new classes to next year’s line-up: Basic Electrical Training & Beverage Equipment Training.
 

CFESA Basic Electrical Training
This class is for the technician that needs improvement in understanding electricity and troubleshooting commercial food equipment.  This 3-day class will cover safety, lock-out tag-out, understanding Ohm’s Law, using the multimeter, understanding voltage, amps, current, and resistance, reading diagrams, building circuits, basic troubleshooting techniques, with significant time spent Hands-On diagnosing and repairing equipment.

 

CFESA Beverage Equipment Training
This 5-day class will cover the operation and repair of beverage equipment. (more information available soon)

 

January

CFESA Refrigeration Training – 1/7 – 1/11
EGSW – 1/14 – 1/19

February

Beverage – 2/18 – 2/22
Mid Management – 2/19 – 2/21

March

EGSW – 3/4 – 3/9
Basic Electrical – 3/26 – 3/28

April
NTT – 4/1 – 4/5
R&R Bootcamp – 4/16 – 4/17

May

EGSW – 5/6 – 5/11

June

NTT – 6/3 – 6/7

Basic Electrical – 6/18 – 6/20

July

EGSW – 7/22 – 7/27

August

NTT – 8/5 – 8/9

September

EGSW – 9/16 – 9/21

October

Refrigeration – 10/14 – 10/18

NTT – 10/21 – 10/25

November

Installation – 11/5 – 11/7

EGSW – 11/18 – 11/23

 

 

2019 training

 

Visit cfesa.com/training for more details.

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