ELECTRICAL SAFE WORK PRACTICES FOR McDONALDS® IN-HOUSE TECHNICIANS

In coordination with McDonalds® corporate, AVO Training Institute is now offering an efficient and cost effective approach for meeting OSHA electrical safety training requirements for technicians who maintain equipment in McDonalds’ kitchens. In just 3 days, technicians will learn electrical safe work practices for the following pieces of equipment:

  • Taylor® and Garland® Grills
  • Frymaster® and Henny Penny® Fryers
  • Taylor Soft-Serve Heat Treat Machine
  • Taylor and Manitowoc® Blended Ice Machines
  • Franke® and Melitta® Espresso Coffee Machines
  • Bunn® Drip Coffee and Tea Brewers
  • Prince Castle® and Antunes® Toasters and Steamers
  • Frymaster® and Prince Castle UHC’s
  • Frymaster HLZ’s, and Taylor C009 Orange Juice Machines

This electrical safety certification will be a prerequisite for taking In-House Technician repair certification training with any of the respective equipment suppliers. Technicians will learn electrical safety practices and principles, and equipment-specific knowledge necessary to safely troubleshoot, maintain, and repair each listed type of equipment.

Tuition: $1350 USD

REQUIRED TECHNICIAN PRE-TEST

This comprehensive pre-test IS REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION.

This test evaluates you In-House Technicians’ abilities before registration and helps give insight into his or her ability to successfully complete this course. Completion of this pre-test is required before registering for this course. YOU CANNOT REGISTER WITHOUT COMPLETING THIS TEST.

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE REQUIRED ONLINE PRE-TEST



YOU CANNOT REGISTER WITHOUT COMPLETING THIS TEST.

TECHNICIAN TOOL KIT

Based upon research of actual maintenance procedures, the following Electrical Safety Tool Kit has been developed to provide the tools necessary for safe maintenance of the wide variety of electrical equipment found in a commercial kitchen.

If an Owner-Operator currently provides and maintains all of the specified OSHA required electrical safety equipment for the technician (insulated gloves, tools, amperage meter, and lock/out tag out kit), the Owner-Operator and the technician acknowledge this during registration by only selecting the course and not the tools. Available for optional purchase during your registration.

If your current clamp meter does not read more than 10K Ohms, we suggest you replace it with an Extech Instruments 800 Amp AC Clamp Meter.

Kit contents include:

  • "Closed" Sandwich Board Sign
  • Uvex Safety Glasses
  • Lockout locks
  • Plug Lockout Device
  • Circuit Breaker Lockouts
  • Class 00 Insulated Gloves(Sized in Class)
  • Insulating Strips
  • Clamp Meter reading over 10k Ohms resistance
  • Insulated Tool Roll-up Pouch
  • 6" adjustable wrench
  • 6" Mimi Flashlight
  • 1/4 x 6, 3/16 x 6 T-Handle Hex
  • 1/8 x 6, 3/16 x 4.5, 3/18 x 8, 1/4 x 4 1/2 cabinet tip screwdriver
  • #2 x 1, #2 x 4, #0 x 4 Phillips screwdriver
  • 7" long nose pliers

Cost: $628.37 (TX Sales Tax Included)

 

TRAINING CENTER

This program is currently only scheduled at AVO Training Institute’s Dallas location. Students will perform hands-on exercises on 22 pieces of kitchen equipment in this facilities newly constructed lab area.

AVO Training Institute

4271 Bronze Way
Dallas, TX 75237
214.331.7358


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LODGING & TRAVEL

Lodging and travel expenses are not included in the tuition price and are the responsibility of the student. AVO Training Institute has negotiated discount pricing and shuttle services for students at the Best Western in Duncanville, just minutes away from our location. This hotel offers shuttle transportation to and from the hotel and AVO’s location and DFW Airport and Love Field Airport, helping students avoid a car rental expense.

When you register for the course, you will have the opportunity to make your reservation at the Best Western concurrently. Payment will be collected later by the hotel. Please do not make non-refundable airfare arrangements until 14 days prior to class start date.

Best Western Plus Duncanville

922 E Highway 67 US
Duncanville, TX 75137
972-283-3000


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UPCOMING COURSE SCHEDULE

You must take the REQUIRED TECHNICIAN PRE-TEST before registering for a course.

To make changes to an existing registration, please contact Lailone Romero at 214-330-3557.

Start Date End Date Take the pre-test
September 16, 2014 September 18, 2014 CLICK TO TAKE THE REQUIRED ONLINE PRE-TEST
September 30, 2014 October 2, 2014 CLICK TO TAKE THE REQUIRED ONLINE PRE-TEST
October 21, 2014 October 23, 2014 CLICK TO TAKE THE REQUIRED ONLINE PRE-TEST
December 9, 2014 December 11, 2014 CLICK TO TAKE THE REQUIRED ONLINE PRE-TEST

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Changing your existing registration


To make changes to an existing registration, please contact Lailone Romero at 214-330-3557.

Meals


Lunch will be provided all 3 days by AVO Training Institute. If you have special dietary restrictions, please let your instructor know on the first morning of class.

Attire


Students may wear casual attire to class. Please wear closed toe shoes and long pants for your safety.

Hours


Class will start promptly at 8:00am and ends at 4:30pm. Best Western shuttle services will arrive at AVO’s facility prior to 8:00am. Request shuttle departure times from the hotel directly. When booking return airfare, do not schedule flights prior to 7:00pm.

Supplies


Students do not need to bring any supplies to class – everything necessary will be provided.

Airfare


Please do not make non-refundable airfare arrangements until 14 days prior to class start date.

 

CONTACT US

 

Lailone Romero

MCD Program Coordinator
214.330.3557

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