Facilities Management & Operation

  • Care for and repair the inside/outside of buildings and maintain the overall appearance of grounds
  • Develop general skills in carpentry, masonry, plumbing, electricity, and mechanical repair
  • Utilize professional industry-grade hand and power tools


What can I do when I graduate?
  1. Work as carpenter apprentice
  2. Work as plumbing apprentice
  3. Work as electrical apprentice
  4. Work as maintenance person
  5. Work as a repair person
  6. Work as a roofer apprentice
What would I do in this class?
  1. Learn basic carpentry skills
  2. Learn basic plumbing skills
  3. Learn basic residential electric skills
  4. Small equipment repair
  5. Learn basic roofing
  6. Learn dry wall installation and repair
  7. Learn basic cabinetry and woodworking
What can I do with further training?
  1. Journeyman carpenter
  2. Journeyman plumber
  3. Journeyman electrician
  4. Maintenance supervisor

Program Quick Facts

Facilities Management & Operations students must be able to:

  • Stand on own for several hours
  • Withstand exposure to cleaning solvents
  • Independently communicate basic needs
  • Follow a minimum of three step instructions
  • Independently read and follow safety signs
  • Lift a minimum of 20 lbs.
  • Independently maintain control of emotions and behaviors
  • Identify five digit numbers in a sequential order

Under Ohio's statewide credit transfer system up to 6 semester hours of credit will be given to the graduates of this program at various colleges listed below:


Uniform requirements

  • N/A

Career/Tech Club Affiliation


  • None at this time.