Whether good or bad, it is my feeling that there are members of this forum who are more qualified to service or at least provide advice regarding repairs to the FFE than the dealership personnel. Imagine this, a Ford dealer ship in Podunk AR wants to be EV certified so that they can service the Mach E and F-150 Lightning. The send a tech to Ford for training. The tech spends approximately 1 week learning about electric cars and while the tech does get some hands on time with the vehicles, only so much can be done in that week. So the tech learns a lot of stuff, but only hands on for 1/3 of it, and some diagnostic time. The tech comes back to Podunk, and the first Mach E that comes in, the tech is quite excited to get more time. But then he realizes, its not the same situation. In training, he had instructors to guide him, he had ready access to a lot of info, that was right there, but now, he is on his own, and he feels very alone. He requires some hand holding, and that means a lot of calls, and messages back and forth between the dealership and corporate. If an FFE were to arrive in the shop, the tech would be overwhelmed, because they taught him the Mach E, the F-150 Lightning, and the hybrid Fusion. The FFE is electric, but it is a totally different design, layout, and method of operation that what he learned. It is a steep learning curve for the tech, and he is under a lot of pressure to prove that he can do the repairs.
Contrast that to some members here who have not only shade tree mechaniced the FFE, hell, they retrofit charging systems, repaired batteries, and also have experience with other EVs.