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Toyo Repair Classes

The Yukon-Koyukuk School District (YKSD) is seeking proposals from qualified instructors for an itinerant Toyo Repair course. We are looking for an instructor with master-level experience in Toyo Repair and a demonstrated ability to work effectively with school-age students. The purpose of this course is to equip our students with the necessary skills to perform basic repairs and maintenance on Toyo heating systems, which are widely used within our district.

Course Objectives: The primary objective of the itinerant Toyo Repair course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to troubleshoot, repair, and maintain Toyo heating systems. The course should focus on practical, hands-on training, enabling students to diagnose common issues, replace faulty components, and ensure the efficient operation of these heating systems.


Proposals should include the following information:

  • Overview of the proposed curriculum and course structure.
  • Qualifications and experience of the instructor, including certifications or relevant credentials in Toyo Repair.
  • All-inclusive cost per student for the entire duration of the course this
  • Any additional relevant information or supporting materials.

Posted 05/19/2023


Please Contact YKSD's CTE Department for Additional Information

Thomas Hall - CTE Director

Phone: 907-374-9437




Proposals will be evaluated on past vendor performance as well as capacity for continued training.

Proposals will be reviewed weekly and multiple vendors may be selected based on demand from families.

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Equal Employment Opportunity: The Contractor agrees to abide by any “Equal Employment Opportunity” state or federal laws, which may apply to this Agreement.

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