Career training for a job in facility maintenance
This traditional classroom or hybrid program will prepare students to perform the duties and responsibilities required by entry-level positions in the commercial cleaning industry, such as commercial cleaner, industrial cleaner, janitor, facility maintenance, floor care specialist, and hospitality attendant.
What you’ll learn in the job training program to be in facility maintenance:
- Trade English and Trade Math
- Safety and Building Security
- Cleaning Chemicals and Supplies
- Residential and Commercial Janitorial
- Remediation, Decontamination, and
- Building Maintenance
- Cleaning and Detailing Vehicles and
- Basic Computer Skills
- Customer Service
- Job Preparedness
Say yes to CET Facility Maintenance Technican!
|Job Placement Assistance?||yes!|
|Training supplies, books, and uniforms included in tuition?**||yes!|
*Average program length based on program/class schedule.
** Subject to change without notice.
FAQ about the facility maintenance technician job training program:
- Where are these maintenance classes?
- CET offers this traditional and hybrid program in Salinas, CA and Watsonville, CA.
- How long does it take to finish the course?
- The Facility Maintenance Technician program is 630 hours.
- What is the class schedule?
- The traditional course meeting M-F on campus from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. The hybrid program schedule is On Campus M – F 8:00 am – 12:00 pm (Synchronous session starting at 8:00 am), Online M–F 2 hours’ instructional time and/or assignments to be completed any time between 12:00 pm - 11:59 pm. Instructor Availability for Q & A: M – F 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm, and Canvas LMS is available 24 hours.
- How much does the class cost?
- Find tuition costs and aid options in the student catalog.
- What types of jobs will I be qualified for and what can I expect to make?
- When does the next class start and how do I apply?
- CET has open enrollment, so once your enrollment is completed, you can start right away. Applying to CET is easy. Learn more by visiting the Admissions page, or better yet – Sign up for a Tour and talk to an advisor in person.
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