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    Career & Technical Education

    Building/Industrial Maintenance

    Program Description

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    Students in the Industrial and Building Maintenance program will learn how to maintain and repair various buildings, from houses to factories. Students from this class can work in residential property management or run an entire building like the chief engineer of the school. The level one semester includes nine of the 13 NCCER Industrial Maintenance Mechanic curriculum modules. This includes Trade Intro, Fasteners, Oxyfuel Cutting, Gaskets, Pumps, Valves, Testing Equipment, Mobile Equipment, and Lubrication. The full year level two program covers the NCCER Core curriculum and the remaining Industrial Maintenance modules. Level two also includes the Building Maintenance aspects of Carpentry, Electricity, Plumbing, Drywall and Finishing, Flooring, and Maintenance


    Completer Courses

    • Building Industrial Maintenance 1
    • Building/Industrial Maintenance 2

    Schools Offering Completer

    • CAT North

    Potential Certifications

    NCCER Certification

    • Core

    Occupational Safety and Health Administration

    • OSHA 10

    Career Opportunities upon Program Completion

    • Building/Facilities Maintenance Technician ($34,483 - $63,476)
    • Industrial Maintenance Technician ($45,297 - $80,831)

    Career Opportunities with Additional Education and Training

    • Construction Manager/Foreman ($62,790 - $167,650)
    • Facilities Manager ($60,220 - $155,190)
    • Project Manager ($50,500 - $156,770)


    See your School Counselor for more information!