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Facilities Maintenance and Industrial Technology AAS – 2686

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Facilities Maintenance and Industrial Technology AAS – 2686

This curriculum is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills for successful entry into the facilities maintenance field by building a foundation of Construction, Electrical, and HVAC/R skills. The program provides students with practical application of the methods, materials, and practices of the industry, with an emphasis on Construction, Electrical, and HVAC/R. Successful graduates will be prepared for positions in Construction, Electrical, HVAC/R, and Facilities Maintenance entry level positions.

In addition to textbooks, students in this program are required to provide some of their own personal protective equipment and a limited number of hand tools, for labs.

Program Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

1. Identify and apply safety standards and best practices in the application of skill sets used in facilities maintenance.
2. Use critical thinking and problem solving skills by applying principles and methods in the selection of materials and processes in facilities maintenance.
3. Communicate effectively orally and in writing, both individually and in team settings.
4. Perform electrical tasks.
5. Troubleshoot, diagnose, maintain, and repair equipment.