Building and Facilities Maintenance

Program Brochure

Instructor

Randy Vonhoene - rvonhoene@sccenter.k12.in.us

Description

Building and Facilities Maintenance prepares students to perform routine care and maintenance activities in commercial and institutional buildings. Activities include classroom and lab experiences in many phases of the care & cleaning of buildings. Emphasis is placed on the selection and use of professional supplies needed for care and maintenance as well as OSHA safety standards. The emphasis in the lab is placed on the use of hand and power tools and the selection / use of appropriate supplies needed for care, repair and maintenance. Students will reinforce their math skills through the practical study of measurement units, ratios, area, and volume calculations. Scientific knowledge will be enhanced through the emphasis on environmental concerns and chemical and electrical safety instruction. Language skills will be strengthened through oral and written work intended to improve students’ abilities to communicate with supervisors, colleagues, and clients. If you enjoy hands on activities, Facility Maintenance may be exactly what you’re looking for!

Career Paths

Factory Maintenance, Custodial, Hospital Maintenance, School Maintenance

$23,440 Average Median Annual Salary

$11.27 Average Median Hourly Salary

Career/Technical Student Organization

(Skills USA) Students participate in community service projects, and various skill competitions through Skills USA. Through these activities students develop leadership and organizational skills, team building, interpersonal communications, and enhanced technical skills.

Skills USA logo.