Maintenance Training

Program Information

This program offers instruction to prepare you with foundational knowledge to conduct maintenance procedures required in hospitals, schools, municipalities, government buildings, nursing homes and manufacturing plants. This is a 750-hour program which includes 64 hours of externship.

Jeff Jones, Instructor
Rick Price, Electrical Instructor

Start Dates:
November 12, 2018
8:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

Course Cost: $8,233
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Skills You'll Learn in This Program 

Basics and Fundamentals

  • Measuring Instruments
  • Hand and Power Tools
  • Math for Maintenance
  • Print Reading
  • Processes and Materials
  • Quality Awareness
  • Fasteners, Torque, Assembly
  • 10-hours of OSHA Training


Basics, Residential and Commercial

Metallurgy, Metalworking, and Fabrication

Fluid Power
Hydraulics and Pneumatics

Milling Machine
Surface Grinding

Facility Repair
Plumbing and Pipe Fitting
Building Maintenance

Program Certification 

  • Welding Certification Including:
    •    Shielded Metal ARC Welding (SMAW)
    •    Gas Metal ARC Welding (GMAW)
    •    Gas Tungsten ARC Welding (GTAW)
  • National Center for Construction Education Research (NCCER) Core Certification: Industrial Maintenance Level 1 & 2, Electrical Level 1
  • Forklift Certification
  • 10-Hour OSHA Training completion card
  • Depco CNC machining certification

Gainful Employment Disclosure

School Year 2017
Based on COE Standards

Students:  13
Completion:  92%
Placement:  92%
Licensure:  n/a


Admission Requirements 

  • Individuals must have obtained a high school diploma, equivalency, or GED® before enrolling
  • Individuals must NOT have any previous or pending disqualifying offenses
  • Good reading comprehension

Prospective students wanting to increase reading, math, or retention levels before the program begins may contact the Adult Basic and Literacy Education (now known as Aspire) Coordinator in the ACWHCC Adult Education Office for information about this free training.