Facilities Maintenance Technician
Online Facilities Maintenance Apprenticeship Program
Designed with job-readiness in mind, Penn Foster’s Facilities Maintenance Technician Apprenticeship Training is geared toward training both entry level and experienced workers to perform multi-craft tasks within a typical industrial plant or service location. After initial courseware covering pre-technical foundation skills in industrial math, measurements, and safety, workers will learn essential skills such as blueprint reading, building trade crafts, troubleshooting, mechanical maintenance, electrical and electrical motor maintenance, and welding equipment and techniques.
What Your Learners Will Study
- Reading and interpreting the standard prints, drawings, and schematics used in the building, electrical, electronic, mechanical, and metalworking trades.
- Preventive maintenance and equipment downtime situations and procedures.
- Concepts of welding fundamentals, gas and arc welding practices, and the proper use of equipment.
- Install and test electrical wires, circuits, and equipment using the correct tools, materials, and procedures for safe operation.
Facilities Maintenance Apprenticeship Curriculum
Estimated Base Curriculum Duration: 865 hours
Prepare new and incumbent employees for success with Penn Foster’s comprehensive Facilities Maintenance Technician Apprenticeship Program curriculum. Courses cover the essential skills workers need to be an asset to your plant or facility. Online courses include:
- Quality Concepts: Tools and Applications
- Reading Prints and Schematics
- Mechanical Maintenance
- Preventative Maintenance Techniques
Our Proven Apprenticeship Model
Real World Credentials
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