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- Students in the Industrial Maintenance program have the opportunity to develop building-maintenance skills
ranging from lawn care to the basic maintenance of office and factories. Classroom and lab activities help
students gain an understanding of the physical structure of buildings. Students learn the correct use of
hand and power tools and participate in class projects such as building storage buildings.
Areas of Instruction Include:
- Small-Engine Repair
- Basic Electricity
Post-Secondary Education Opportunities
- Graduates of the Industrial Maintenance program may enter an apprenticeship program in electricity or plumbing.
They may also participate in adult-education or technical-school programs in Carpentry, Building Maintenance and
Management, or Small Engine Mechanical and repair Services.
- College-degree programs are available in the fields of Construction or Building Management and Maintenance.
- Graduates of this program may find a job as a building-maintenance worker, construction laborer, house
repairer, mechanic helper, or small-engine repairer.
Related Occupations with Additional Education
- Maintenance supervisor, groundskeeper