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WIA Occupational Training Program

Program: Apartment Maintenance Technician Certification (105 Clock Hours)
Award Type: Non-Credit College
Program Objectives: Covers maintenance and repair skills in electrical, plumbing, HVAC, appliances, and interior and exterior spaces as applied to apartments and residential buildings.
Tuition: $275
Other Costs: Fees, Books, Other: $720; $0; $0
Federal Financial Aid: Not Available
Admission Requirements: Min Age 18 & HS Grad or GED.
Other: 1 year of apartment maintenance experience
Duration: 3-4 Weeks
Class - Time: Day
CIP Training Type: 460401 - Building/Property Maintenance
Future Potential: N/A
Job Placement: Not Available
  All Students WIA Students
FY2014 Completion Rate 54%   ( 29 of 54 ) NA
FY2014 Employment Rate 61%   ( 33 of 54 ) NA
NA = Not Applicable. No students were scheduled to complete the program.

Gudelsky, Rm. 210
Contact Person: John Phillips
Title: Dean
Phone: 240-567-794
Fax: 240-567-7969
Email: john.phillips@montgomerycollege.edu
School's Web Site: http://www.montgomerycollege.edu
Registration Policy: Contact LWIB to register for Non-Credit College program offered at various locations.
Unique Program Identifier: 2970531701130102
Hours of Operation:  Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM  |  Back to top  |  (PDF) Links require Adobe Acrobat Reader