The certificate is a stationary engineer Local 95 supported training program that provides the lecture and hands-on training needed for employment as stationary operating engineers for both union and non-union students. The program provides students the opportunity to acquire the skills needed for employment in jobs requiring multiple maintenance competencies, including electricity, plumbing and boilers. These competencies will allow students with this certificate to obtain highly skilled maintenance positions in a variety of industries, office buildings, universities, hospitals, school districts, municipalities, stadiums and commercial/industrial facilities.
Upon successful completion of this program, the graduate will:
- Maintain and repair systems and functions associated with facilities maintenance.
- Troubleshoot and provide preventative maintenance of facilities.
- Communicate effectively using the terminology appropriate to this trade.
- Provide the leadership and management skills needed for position as foreman, manager and supervisor.
Upon completion of this program, students may seek employment as a stationary operating engineer, a chief engineer, a facilities manager, maintenance foreman or as a building maintenance supervisor.
For more information or to apply to the program and/or register for classes, contact Local 95 at 412.422.4702.