Entry-level workers get comprehensive training to better prepare them for long and lucrative careers in Industrial Maintenance and Construction. In addition to basic skills and theory, they'll learn about the business practices and economic concepts that drive the building industry.
Many trainees use the courseware to help them earn qualification as a Maintenance Helper. Combine the program with on-the-job training to give your employees both knowledge and experience. Students learn to:
- Select proper protective clothing, eye protection, and equipment for a particular task.
- Demonstrate safe practices when using common hand and power tools.
- Identify and select the proper hand and power tools for a specific task.
- Understand basic concepts for reading drawings used in the fields of maintenance and construction.
- Discuss troubleshooting techniques, how to handle downtime, and maintenance procedures.
- Read and interpret architect's drawings and construction specifications.
You can work with your Training Consultant to devise an individualized program or follow the complete Industrial Construction and Maintenance course list below.