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Due to several late cancellations we have some positions available on our June 3rd Remote Area Service Technicians course!

We are conducting the next full day School in our Welshpool workshop on Tuesday 3rd June.
The course was fully subscribed but there are several positions now

Maytag Worldwide Commercial Service Manager, Bobby Drummond, will be flying in from America to conduct the training personally and this is an opportunity not to be missed!
As before, this full day course on how to maintain and carry out simple repairs to your own washing machines are free to our Maytag clients. Even the most experienced Technicians will benefit from this Classroom (and ‘hands on’ trouble shooting) and Maintenance Course Instruction in Washing Machine fault finding, maintenance and repair.
All you have to do is get yourself to our workshop and we look after the rest.
The ‘hands on’ course includes Lunch, Technicians
Manuals and DVD’s.

  • Classroom Instruction Provided.
  • Hands on training.
  • New and old Products.
  • Exchange ideas.
  • Breakout Sessions for Individuals.
  • Meet our Staff and make contacts.

If you are an on-site technician responsible for Maytag washing machines and dryers in remote locations of WA or the NT, or an experienced technician wanting to learn about our new machines, this course is for you.

If you are interested please register by calling our office on [phone_link tel=”+61894706868″ title=”Contact us”](08) 9470 6868[/phone_link] or Freecall [phone_link tel=”+611800629824″ title=”Contact us”]1800 629 824[/phone_link] and ask for Rod.

Or, alternatively, you could email: [email protected]


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