Course Overview

This facilities maintenance program has been designed by building managers and mechanics to provide a broad overview of modern building systems while giving the student an understanding of individual systems pertaining to building equipment.

The course is an overall management approach including the importance of knowing modern building operations. Managers and mechanics must know how certain types of equipment interact with each other to successfully maintain, troubleshoot and plan the proper operation of a modern complex for their clients. The course also reviews recent federal and state regulations that deal with safety issues and the environment (Lock out, M.S.D.S., Right to Know Act, Confined Space Act, Clean Air Act and Indoor Air Quality [IAQ].

Topics Covered:

  • Preventive maintenance
  • Safety
  • Electricity
  • Service and repair principles
  • Electronics
  • Programmable logic controllers
  • Mechanical systems
  • Hand and power tools
  • Refrigeration
  • Hydraulic and pneumatic systems
  • HVAC systems
  • Boilers systems
  • Troubleshooting
  • Topic tests

*Woburn campus will schedule classes on Saturdays, as needed.

Note: This course is offered during the following semester(s): Fall, Spring
This course is offered in the following location(s): Woburn, Westwood, Worcester


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This is a 14 week beginner course designed for the individual who would like to work in the maintenance department of any facility.  This class gives a good overall view of many different trades including basic electricity, HVAC, oil, gas and preventive maintenance.

Enrollment Info

Tuition Down Payment Weekly Books/Fees
$1900 $800 * $100 $270 *

* Due prior to start
Course Details
  • Course ID : #200
  • Duration : 14 Weeks
  • Completion : 84 Hours
  • Tuition : $1900
  • Books / Fees : $270
  • When : Fall, Spring
  • Where : Woburn, Westwood, Worcester