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    • 02 March 2024 03:00 PM Until 04:00 PM
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      All Appliantology tech members are invited to join in this workshop on all things Appliantological: bidness, customers, tools, troubleshooting, flavorite brewski, whatever. Webcams and microphones are open and live!
      This workshop is also a great time for any students at Master Samurai Tech to bring any and all questions about the coursework. We're happy to walk through any concepts you're having trouble with. Think of it like office hours with your teachers. 
      If you have a specific appliance problem you'd like us to talk about, post it here! We need a problem statement and a PDF of the tech sheet or schematic so we can all see it on screen share. If you have a PDF that isn't already in the File library here at Appliantology, send it to us by attaching it to the contact form. 
      Also, follow this Calendar Event so you'll get notified of new posts here. Look for the "Follow" button either at the top of the topic on desktop or below the topic on mobile.
      Who: This workshop is only available to tech members at Appliantology.
      When: Saturday, March 2 @10:00 AM Eastern Time.
      Where: Online via Zoom
      How:
      Click here to go to the forum topic with the registration link. If you're interested, register now. Arrive a couple minutes early to make sure your connection is working. Set a reminder for yourself for this workshop so you don’t miss it.  And check out past workshops here: https://appliantology.org/announcement/33-webinar-recordings-index-page/

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Richmond, CA. Currently preparing for my final in the MST Core Course. Been learning on my own, flipping appliances and doing a few service calls over the past year and a half. I'm hoping to find a tech willing to train me. Looking for flexible/part-time because this will be a second job for me. I currently work as a trade show installer and stagehand in and around San Francisco. I have my own tools and van. My availability depends on the convention/trade show schedule which is feast or famine. I often have long periods between jobs or at least several days. Maybe you can train me for a bit and when you feel comfortable, I can do routes when I am available. If you are looking for a dependable, quick learner with a strong work ethic, let me know. Thanks!

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On 7/13/2023 at 2:48 PM, LearningTech said:

Call miele. They are looking for techs.

Thanks for the suggestion. There are always a lot of companies hiring around me, but I'm not trying to get a full time position. I have another job, but I want to do Appliance Repair on a part-time/on-call basis. My job provides benefits, pension and good pay. But, we do have periods where there is no work, sometimes for a couple weeks. If I respond to an ad, they want full time. They will start me at some entry level wage and that's not going to cut it. Anyway, thanks for your reply.

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