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Maintenance Repairer, Building

Published
Hybrid Apprenticeship
Sponsoring Company:
Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc.
Industries
O*Net Code
49-9071.00
Rapids Code
0310HY
Req. Hours
950
State
DC
Created
Jul 29, 2021
Updated
Jul 29, 2021

Time-Based Skills

4 skill sets | 20 total skills
Introduction to Training Program - 125 req. hrs
Terminology
Maintenance Procedures
Safety training
Asbestos abatement
Lead-based paint abatement
Fire prevention
Application of Building Codes
Energy conservation
Care and use of tools and equipment - 150 req. hrs
Hand tools
Power tools
Electrical test equipment
Refrigeration test equipment
Test, inspect and repair of electrical equipment - 325 req. hrs
Trouble shooting
Unit replacement
Component repair
Preventative Maintenance - 350 req. hrs
Maintain permanent records on each unit
Maintain record of warranty
Equipment inventory
Spare parts
Requisition for new and replacement parts

Technical Instruction

General Workplace Skills - 7 req. hrs
Understanding the basic requirements of the program
Understand how personal skill development affects employability
Understand principles of effective interpersonal skills, including group dynamics, conflict resolution, and negotiation
Understand the importance of good academic skills, critical thinking and problem solving skills in the workplace
Understand principles of effective communication
Understand occupational safety issues, including avoidance of physical hazards
Career Information - 5 req. hrs
Understand career paths and strategies for obtaining employment
Changing Technology - 4 req. hrs
Understand and adapt to changing technology
Ethnics in Technology - 4 req. hrs
Understand the importance of ethics in the industry
Orientation to Building Maintenance - 35 req. hrs
Understand building maintenance fundamentals
Understand general shop safety
Identify emergency first aid procedures
Analyze hand tools
Analyze power tools
Analyze measuring instruments
Understand blueprints and building codes
Exterior Carpentry - 35 req. hrs
Understand exterior safety procedures
understand the importance of work site safety issues
Understand procedures and techniques of working with exterior doors
Understand procedures and techniques of using door operating hardware
Understand procedures and techniques of installing exterior windows
Understand the principles of cleaning exterior windows
Understand procedures and techniques of applying exterior siding
Understand procedures and techniques of identifying and correcting exterior trim problems
Understand procedures and techniques of identifying and correcting roof problems
Understand procedures and techniques of installing weatherproofing
Interior Carpentry - 25 req. hrs
Understand interior finishing safety practices
Identify materials and equipment used in providing interior finishes
Understand the procedures and techniques of interior wall paneling
Understand the procedures and techniques of floor covering
Understand the procedures and techniques of insulation
Understand the procedures and techniques of ceramic tile
Understand the procedures and techniques of wall and floor framing
Understand the procedures and techniques of finishing floors and walls
Finishing Procedures - 25 req. hrs
Understand the importance of work site safety in finishing procedures
Understand the procedures and techniques of preparing surfaces
Understand the procedures and techniques of finishing materials
Plumbing Procedures - 25 req. hrs
Understanding the importance of safety and safe work practices
Demonstrate techniques for joining pipes
Demonstrate techniques used in water systems
Demonstrate techniques used in fixtures and appliance
Demonstrate techniques used to maintain and repair plumbing
Understand the principles of drainage systems
Demonstrate skills in cleaning plumbing fixtures
Electrical Procedures and Environmental Control Systems - 45 req. hrs
Understand the importance of electrical safety and safe work practices
Demonstrate skills in troubleshooting techniques
Demonstrate skills in working with conduit
Demonstrate skills in wiring circuits
Demonstrate and ability to use electronic test equipment
Perform minor repairs

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