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Overview

Remington College’s Facility Maintenance diploma program can help prepare you for a career in the building maintenance industry as a Facility Maintenance Technician or Building Maintenance Technician.

 

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In as few as nine months, students study and practice through hands-on labs and coursework. This material provides the background knowledge and skills to perform general maintenance and repair work.(1)

WHO SHOULD CONSIDER FACILITY MAINTENANCE TRAINING?

Because Facility Maintenance Technicians find, diagnose, and repair building issues, people who like solving problems and working with their hands may find career satisfaction in this field. If you think you might enjoy fixing mechanical, electrical or plumbing issues, or working with tools, consider completing your maintenance technician courses at Remington College. View the job outlook here.

 

(1)Not all programs are eligible for financial aid.

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Hands-On Training

Remington College’s Facility Maintenance diploma offers building maintenance training through courses and practical lab work, taught by instructors who have experience in the industry.

 

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Our hands-on maintenance technician courses give students the opportunity to learn and practice many of the skills that Facility Maintenance Technicians need, including:

  • Electrical Repairs
  • HVAC maintenance
  • Small appliance maintenance
  • Drywall and carpentry repairs
  • Plumbing maintenance

 

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Job Outlook

Because older buildings and equipment will always require repairs, updates, or renovations, the demand for Facility Maintenance Technicians may rise. Employment for maintenance and repair workers is projected to grow 8% from 2016-2026.

 

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WHERE DO FACILITY MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS WORK?

Facility Maintenance Technicians are responsible for maintaining and repairing equipment within both residential and commercial buildings, such as: residential living facilities, hospitals, apartment complexes, office buildings, high-rise communities, hotels and schools.

 

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Potential Career Destinations(1)

FACILITY MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

BUILDING MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR TECHNICIAN

(1) Employment not guaranteed for students or graduates.

CURRICULUM

COURSE CONTENT INCLUDES

  • Career Development Fundamentals
  • Career Development Principles
  • Introduction to HVAC and Refrigeration
  • Fundamental HVAC Maintenance
  • OSHA and LEED
  • Small Power Equipment and Appliances
  • Facility Maintenance I – Residential
  • Facility Maintenance II – Commercial
  • Electrical
  • Carpentry and Finishing
  • Plumbing

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