Facilities Maintenance Level 1

Facilities Maintenance Level 1

Course Outline

Percentages indicate the proportion of each module that is theory-based (classroom) and performance-based (hands-on), respectively.

MODULES   
OBJECTIVE OUTLINE OF TRAINING (FACILITIES MAINTENANCE LEVEL 1)
THEORY
PERFORMANCE
TOTAL HOURS
MODULE 1OHSA 10- Construction (10 Hours)
This OSHA 10-Hour Construction course covers a broad spectrum of valuable health and safety workplace topics that will familiarize you with OSHA Construction standards. These topics will include the OSHA Construction Focus Four, identifying common worksite hazards, tool operation and more.
100 %0 %10 hours
MODULE 2Doors and Door Hardware (20 Hours)
Describes the installation of metal doors and related hardware in steel-framed, wood-framed, and masonry walls, along with their related hardware, such as locksets and door closers. A discussion on the installation of wood doors, folding doors, and pocket doors is also presented.
40 %60 %20 hours
MODULE 3Drywall Finishing (17.5 Hours)
Describes the materials, tools and methods used to finish and patch gypsum drywall. A discussion of both automatic and manual taping and finishing tools is presented.
50 %50 %17.5 hours
MODULE 4Wall Systems (40 Hours)
Describes procedures for laying out and framing walls, including roughing-in door and window openings, constructing corners, partition Ts, and bracing walls. Includes the procedure to estimate the materials required to frame wall.
40 %60 %40 hours
MODULE 5Orientation to the Electrical Trade (2.5 Hours)
Provides an overview of the electrical trade and discusses the career paths available to electricians. This is a knowledge-based module; there are no performance tasks.
100 %0 %2.5 hours
MODULE 6Electrical Safety (10 Hours)
Covers safety rules and regulations for electricians, including precautions for electrical hazards found on the job. Also covers the OSHA-mandated lockout/tagout procedure.
60 %40 %10 hours
MODULE 7Introduction to Electrical Circuits (7.5 Hours)
Covers the electrical devices and wiring techniques common to residential construction and maintenance. Allows trainees to practice making service calculations. Stresses the applicable NEC® requirements.
100 %0 %7.5 hours
MODULE 8Introduction to the National Electrical Code (7.5 Hours)
Provides a road map for using the NEC®. Introduces the layout and the types of information found within the code book. Allows trainees to practice finding information using an easy-to-follow procedure.
54 %46 %7.5 hours
MODULE 9Conductors and Cables (10 Hours)
Focuses on the types and applications of conductors and covers proper wiring techniques. Stresses the applicable NEC® requirements.
50 %50 %10 hours
MODULE 10Basic Electrical Construction Drawings (7.5 Hours)
Describes electrical prints, drawings, and symbols, and the types of information that can be found on schematics, one-lines, and wiring diagrams.
80 %20 %7.5 hours
MODULE 11Residential Electrical Services (15 Hours)
Covers the electrical devices and wiring techniques common to residential construction and maintenance. Allows trainees to practice making service calculations. Stresses the applicable NEC® requirements.
67 %33 %15 hours
MODULE 12Electrical Test Equipment (5 Hours)
Covers proper selection, inspection, and use of common electrical test equipment, including voltage testers, clamp-on ammeters, ohmmeters, multimeters, phase/motor rotation testers, and data recording equipment. Also covers safety precautions and meter category ratings.
40 %60 %5 hours
MODULE 13Appliance Repair and Replacement (21 Hours)
• Demonstrate the proper use of electrical test equipment to measure the following: AC & DC voltage; AC & DC current; Resistance; Insulation resistance to ground; Open, shorted, and grounded circuits.
• Identify the difference between wiring diagrams and electrical schematics.
• Identify symbols on wiring diagrams and electrical schematics.
• Identify common electrical / electronic components.
• State the principles of operation for the 6 standard household appliances.
• Troubleshoot 3 out of the 6 major appliances.
• Replace a gas stove.
• Replace an electric stove.
• Replace a heating element on an electric stove.
• Replace an oven heating element.
• Repair a range hood.
• Replace a range hood
50 %50 %21 hours
Total: 173.5 hours

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