Healthcare Facilities Maintenance Certificate

Curriculum CE.HTH.CERT (C382A)

The Healthcare Facilities Maintenance Certificate provides both lecture and hands-on training for facility engineers working in healthcare environments. Local 399 Educational Training Fund participants will become familiar with the design and operations of healthcare facilities in order to address risk tolerance, reliability, maintainability, and predictive maintenance. They will also acquire the necessary skills for employment in jobs requiring multiple maintenance competencies. These competencies will allow graduates to obtain highly skilled maintenance positions in a variety of industries including but not limited to healthcare, working in places such as hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, extended care facilities and other related businesses.

Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will:

  • Maintain and repair systems and functions associated with healthcare and the maintenance of healthcare facilities;
  • Troubleshoot and provide predictive as well as preventative maintenance of healthcare facilities; and
  • Communicate effectively, not only using the terminology appropriate to this trade, but the skills acquired in the other non-technical coursework.

Graduates of the program may seek employment as a facilities engineer, operating engineer, chief engineer, maintenance foreman, or as a building maintenance supervisor working in settings involving complex systems.

Last Update Effective: 8/21/16

Semester One

Credit Hours


FET 101

Indoor Air Quality



FET 105

Commercial Heating and Cooling Systems I



FET 110

Electricity for Facilities Engineers I



FET 115

Commercial Heating and Cooling Systems II






Semester Two


FET 135

Pneumatic and Direct Digital Controls



FET 210

Electricity for Facilities Engineers II



FET 235

Healthcare Logistics and Compliance



FET 236

Healthcare Maintenance Systems



FET 237

Healthcare Facilities Operations & Maintenance








Total credits required for graduation


See FET course descriptions.

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