Building Management and Maintenance Training Series

Course Name

Building Management and Maintenance Training Series

Contact Hours: 15

Course Description

All facilities will require a certain amount of upkeep, and will definitely require repairs. Learn more about facility upkeep here in the Building Management and Maintenance series of modules. This series consists of 30 modules. Each module is 30 minutes in length.

Building Utilities and Boilers
The Building Utilities and Boilers subject area includes information about the utilities used at an industrial facility, with emphasis on boilers and combustion. The covered areas of boilers include combustion fundamentals, types and classification, operation, safety equipment, controls and management control systems.

General Inspection and Repairs
This subject area, General Inspections and Repairs, describes various elements that must be subjected to regular inspections and repairs around a facility. Modules in this subject area include Cleaning Drains, Faucet Repair, Pipe Repair and Replacement, Basic Masonry, Drywall, Doors, and Locks, HVAC Fundamentals, Elevators, Overhead Door Controls, and Roofing, Walls, and Balconies.

Building Electrical Maintenance
Ensuring that the electrical system in an industrial facility, or any facility for that matter, is functional and safe for personnel is paramount. The Building Electrical Maintenance subject area covers topics including electrical control circuits, tools and test equipment, distribution components, receptacles and lighting.

Building Management Principles
Building Management Principles modules include Risk Management, Preventive Maintenance, Practice and Procedures, and Cleaning Services. This subject area describes what risks are inherent in a facility and the ways to mitigate them to maintain an efficient operation.

All materials are online.

Outcome

Students will have a broad knowledge of Building Management and Maintenance and the amount of upkeep, and require repairs. IACET CEU’s awarded along with certificate of completion.

Assessment

Each module contains numerous Knowledge Checks along the way to help you measure your understanding. At the end of each module there is a final quiz. A score of 80% or higher is required to earn a certificate of completion.

Outline

To receive a complete and comprehensive course outline write to courseinfo@jeronline.com and include the complete course title.