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Career Area: Manufacturing
Technical Diploma
Program Number: 32-462-10
Approximately 2 Years to Complete
This is based on full-time enrollment. Actual time to completion may vary based on the availability of courses a college offers and the number of credits the student takes in any given time period.
Credit Program
Most credit programs are eligible for financial aid, while most non-credit certificates provide valuable work-related skills on a short timeline. Check with the college offering the program to determine if it is eligible for financial aid.
Average Annual Tuition: $4386
This is based on one year of full-time enrollment for in-state students. WTCS tuition is set by the Wisconsin Technical College System Board in March for the following year. It does not include books, materials or program/college-related fees.

Industrial Mechanic - Facilities Careers

Recent Wisconsin job postings for this degree:

  • Facilities Maintenance Technician
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Facility Repair Worker
  • Building and Grounds Technician
  • Building Engineer
  • Facilities Manager
  • Maintenance Manager
  • Facility Repair Worker - Advanced
  • Buildings and Grounds Superintendent

Industrial Mechanic - Facilities Programs

Facilities Maintenance Technicians are an integral part of the operations and maintenance in all public and private buildings such as office buildings, hotels, multi-family living and senior care facilities, hospitals, and in industrial manufacturing settings. Knowing how to build, install, diagnose, maintain and repair everything from critical systems in electrical, HVAC and plumbing to a building exterior envelope and interior finishes are skills needed to keep a facility operating smoothly are in great demand by employers. As a student in the Facilities Maintenance program, you will:

  • Learn to install, diagnose and repair basic HVAC, plumbing, electrical and other building issues.
  • Receive hands-on training in general maintenance tasks such as painting, flooring repair, carpentry, and drywall repair.
  • Identify building maintenance needs, prioritize work and take corrective action.
  • Gain knowledge of tools and equipment used in building maintenance and repair.
  • Read and interpret sketches, drawings, diagrams and blue prints.
  • Use a variety of Computerized Maintenance Management System software and understand Preventative maintenance requirements and practices.
  • Follow safe work practices when using a variety of hand and power tools and recognize other occupational hazards.
  • Troubleshoot and repair electrical switches, outlets, lighting systems and fixtures.
Industrial Mechanic - Facilities Part of a Career Pathway Program Transfers Offered completely online Shared Program
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