As a Residential Building Maintenance Worker, you’ll enjoy a dynamic and engaging role.
You’re very resourceful, using a broad range of knowledge and skills to repair, maintain, install and remove a range of components and systems. This could include fixing electrical appliances, removing a troublesome plumbing fixture—and more, making you an essential handy person who can do a bit of everything.
With a certification in Residential Building Maintenance Worker, you will become skilled in maintaining all aspects of residential, simple commercial, institutional, and mixed-use buildings.
What You'll Learn
- How to perform all duties in accordance with building codes and bylaws
- How to maintain or repair piping and plumbing fixtures, as well as electrical appliances, outlets and accessories
- How to lay out, measure, cut and assemble wood
- How to maintain and place concrete products
- How to maintain, repair and remove gutters, flashing, roofing systems, insulation, tiles, carpet, Gyproc walls, and more
Key Job Skills
- Communication and coordination
- Hand and power tool use
- Construction, plumbing and electrical techniques
- Knowledge of bylaws and building codes
Apprentice Residential Building Maintenance Worker Courses
Description coming soon
Locations & Dates
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Jan 8 - Mar 1
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Invest in your future
Please check the Fee Schedule for up-to-date information.
These costs are an estimate and do not include books. Costs may change without notice. Student fees vary by campus.
Books for this program can be purchased from the bookstore.
Paying for college
We're here to help. You can apply for scholarships and bursaries through CNC. We can also help you find loans and other funding. Visit Financial aid to find out how.
Salaries and employment
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