Become a Food Industry
Technician and Earn
Exceptional Wages & Benefits

 

Learn In-Demand Skills
for a Growing Industry

 

Get FIT Certified,
Get a Higher-Paying Job

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The certification you need for the future you want.

Would you like a stable, good-paying job in a growing industry? Do you enjoy working on machines and equipment? The FIT program provides comprehensive training, a recognized credential, and access to a large network of employers.

Good-paying jobs don’t require a four-year degree.

The Food Industry Technician (FIT) Certification is your starting point for a rewarding lifelong career in the food and beverage industry. The average starting salary for a Food Industry Technician is $35,000 to $45,000. Technicians with years of experience can earn $75,000 or more.

What is a Food Industry Technician?

A Food Industry Technician services and maintains the machines and equipment used in food and beverage manufacturing, processing, and packaging.

Typical responsibilities of Food Industry Technicians:

  • Installing, servicing, and repairing machinery and equipment
  • Performing preventative maintenance on machinery and equipment
  • Testing and troubleshooting of machinery and equipment

Why Should You Become a Food Industry Technician?

The food and beverage industry is growing and offers many opportunities for lifelong employment and career advancement. There is currently a shortage of skilled technicians, which means that for workers with the right skills and qualifications, the job prospects are excellent.

Benefits of becoming a Certified Food Industry Technician:

  • A credential recognized across the food manufacturing, processing, and packaging industries
  • Great wages and benefits
  • Stable employment in a growing industry
  • Access to a wide range of employers, both nationally and internationally
  • Your name in front of hiring managers and recruiters
  • Skills that are transferable to other jobs and other industries
  • Opportunities for promotions and career advancement

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