The Interior/Exterior Building Maintenance program is designed to help students develop technical knowledge and skills related to maintaining the appearance of an apartment community, with an emphasis on curb appeal. Students will learn procedures for maintaining grounds and landscape items, procedures for maintaining outdoor accessories such as basketball courts, tennis courts, volleyball courts, and children’s play areas, procedures for repairing exterior components such as roofs, gutters, down spouts, exterior walls, screens, windows, patios, and decks, and procedures for repairing interior components such as ceilings, walls, floors, stairs, doors, cabinets, trim, and baseboards. In addition, students will learn about tools used in the trade, construction materials, and governmental regulations.
This program consists of four courses and 1 workshop:
- Grounds, Scenery & Curb Appeal
- Outdoor Accessories
- Exterior Building Maintenance
- Interior Building Maintenance
- Final & Inspection Procedures Workshop
Courses are geared towards self-paced learning that will give students "maximum exposure" in maintaining the appearance of a building. When computed, the lessons consists of 168 hours of specialized technical training.
Graduates will be awarded a Technical Certificate in Interior/Exterior Building Maintenance. Below are statistics for the past 3-years:
Graduation Data—Interior/Exterior Maintenance
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