Basic construction methods and building materials are discussed. Students develop the knowledge and skills to perform a wide range of building maintenance activities.
If you’re a critical thinker who loves working hands-on, consider a career in facilities maintenance. Maintenance workers are needed in almost every industry to repair machinery, troubleshoot, diagnose problems and perform general upkeep. Earn a Facilities Maintenance technical diploma on Gateway’s Kenosha Campus and learn high-demand skills in carpentry, plumbing and electrical. Graduate career-ready with the potential to find a new job in a wide range of industries.
- Gain the skills you need to begin a career in facilities maintenance with hands-on training in carpentry, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, electrical control devices and safety.
- State-of-the-art training labs provide real-world experience with cutting-edge tools and equipment that you’ll use in the workplace.
- Earn industry certification by obtaining Snap-on’s Digital Multimeter certification as part of the program coursework and gain an edge on the competition in the job market.
- Begin your career in as little as one year and enter a growing field, as the employment of maintenance workers is expected to grow eight percent from 2020-2030.
Tuition & Fees: $5,658
Books & Supplies: $2,108
Facilities Maintenance Career Pathway
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