Building Property Maintenance Technician - Garrett College
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Building/Property Maintenance Technician (CAMT)

Building Maintenance Technicians repair and maintain appliances, and the electrical, plumbing, HVAC and interior/exterior areas of apartments, rental homes, condominiums, resort housing/facilities, and large office buildings.

Program Goals

  • CFC-EPA Section 608 - Students will receive certification in Refrigerant Recovery upon successfully demonstrating appropriate refrigerant recovery and disposal skills and achieving a passing score on the on-line test provided by EPA approved ESCO Corporation.
  • CAMT - Upon completion of all required courses, achieving a passing score on all individual course quizzes, and achieving a passing score on the final exam, a conditional certificate will be issued. Full Certification will be issued after one year of employment in the industry. Garrett College will also provide a certification of participation and/or achievement.
  • The Building/Property Maintenance Technician (CAMT) training program meets the National Apartment Association Education Institute (NAAEI) guidelines and requirements.

Program Requirements

  • High School Diploma or equivalent is required (*Those currently enrolled in an adult education program may be eligible to enroll with program coordinator approval)
Course Hrs of Instruction Tuition & Fees (GC Res)
CFC-EPA Section 608 Certification.
This is a prerequisite prior to completing the appliance repair and HVAC modules.
21 $200
Certificate in Appartment/Building Maintenance Technician (CAMT)
  • Two(2) On-Line class
  • Electrician Maintenance & Repair
  • Plumbing Maintenance & Repair
  • HVAC Maintenance & Repair
  • Appliance Maintenance & Repair
  • Interior & Exterior Maintenance & Repair
96 $1,000
Job Shadow (Optional) 24 $35
TOTAL $1,200

Time to Complete Program

  • Approximately 4-5 months
  • Classes are held 2 evenings per week and 1-3 Saturdays throughout the course

Location of Training

Career Technology Training Center in Accident

Connect with us

Contact Carol Mowbray Brooks at 301-387-3770 or carol.mowbraybrooks@garrettcollege.edu