Program Goals and Outcomes

Facilities Maintenance Program Goals and Career Outcomes

Designed with job-readiness in mind, the Facilities Maintenance Program can help you prepare to take the next steps toward a career as a facilities maintenance technician. Throughout your courses, you’ll build the basic skills required to qualify for an entry-level job in the field, from plumbing to HVAC.

Facilities Maintenance

Professional Training 9 months As low as $59/mo
1-800-275-4410 (9AM - 9PM ET)

Program Goal

To prepare learners for a career as an entry-level facilities maintenance technician; to provide basic knowledge regarding industrial safety, HVACR, plumbing and pipefitting, and electric equipment; and to help learners develop skills they can apply when providing maintenance, troubleshooting, using tools, and reading prints.


Upon completion of the program, students will be able to...

  • Identify procedures for working safely in an industrial setting.
  • Describe the methods, codes, and materials associated with the construction trade.
  • Describe the procedures, tools, skills, and codes that pertain to plumbers.
  • Explain the fundamental concepts and processes used by residential electricians.
  • Recognize how to interpret the information on different types of prints, drawings, and schematics.
  • Summarize various preventive maintenance techniques used in electrical and mechanical systems.
  • Differentiate among various tools and equipment used in the industrial workplace.
  • Calculate solutions to mathematical problems related to basic industrial math.
  • Summarize the tools, test equipment, materials, and processes used by HVACR technicians.
  • the fundamental concepts and processes used by residential electricians.
  • Recognize how to interpret the information on different types of prints, drawings, and schematics.
  • Summarize various preventive maintenance techniques used in electrical and mechanical systems.
  • Differentiate among various tools and equipment used in the industrial workplace.
  • Calculate solutions to mathematical problems related to basic industrial math.
  • Summarize the tools, test equipment, materials, and processes used by HVACR technicians.

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