FMT - Facilities Maintenance Technology Outcomes

AAS: Facilities Maintenance

  • Practice safety measures in all areas to prevent occupational incidents.
  • Determine problems in facilities systems.
  • Perform corrective maintenance in facilities systems.
  • Perform preventative maintenance in facilities systems.
  • Recognize interrelationships of facilities systems to avoid negative impact.
  • Properly install equipment and systems to specifications.
  • Operate facilities equipment in accordance with manufactures specifications to meet varying conditions.
  • Communicate effectively through appropriate media with co-workers, customers, contractors, suppliers and supervisors.
  • Actively search for continuous improvement by analyzing the workplace for effectiveness and efficiencies.

Less than One-Year Certificate: Facilities Maintenance

  • Practice safety measures in all areas to prevent occupational incidents.
  • Perform corrective maintenance in facilities systems.
  • Perform preventative maintenance in facilities systems.
  • Properly install equipment and systems to specifications.
  • Operate facilities equipment in accordance with manufacturers specifications to meet varying conditions.
  • Communicate effectively through appropriate media with co-workers and supervisors.

Less than One-Year Certificate: HVAC/R Installer Career Pathway Certificate

  • Demonstrate practical knowledge of Ohm’s Law, series/parallel electrical circuits, schematic and pictorial wiring diagrams, electrical motors and their controls, single-phase and three-phase power supplies and how they apply to automatic, low and high voltage, control circuits for heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration systems.
  • Wire control circuits and power supplies for new HVAC equipment at installation.
  • Demonstrate basic knowledge of the vapor/compression refrigeration circuit and its components including heat transfer, types of refrigerants and pressure/temperature relationships, industry tools and test equipment. Braze and pressure test ACR tubing, recover, evacuate and charge refrigeration systems.
  • Demonstrate basic knowledge of refrigeration as it applies to air conditioning for habitable spaces including air flow in duct systems and psychometrics.
  • Install residential heating equipment including natural gas furnaces, both 80% and 90% plus efficiencies, oil furnaces, and electric furnaces.
  • Safely install residential and light commercial HVAC equipment including; demolition, locating and setting the equipment, use sheet metal tools, install galvanized sheet metal duct systems, flexible duct systems, ACR line sets, vent of fossil fuel furnaces, start up new equipment, install gas piping, practice acceptable customer service skills, and practice safety in the workplace. 2.2007

 


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