Certified Apartment Maintenance Technician (CAMT), Continuing Education Certificate
Prepare for an entry-level position in the apartment and related facilities maintenance industry. In this series of courses, students learn about the apartment business, electrical, appliance maintenance and repair, HVAC, plumbing, and maintenance and repair of the interior and exterior of apartment properties. These skills are used in a wide variety of apartment, building and facilities maintenance and repair careers. CAMT includes 100 hours of training, leading to an Apartment Maintenance Technician Continuing Education Workforce Development Certificate. Graduates will receive a letter and provisional certificate from the National Apartment Association Education Institute (NAAEI) and will be eligible for a certificate from NAAEI upon completion of one year of field work. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 608 Type I testing is also included.
Students will receive a Continuing Education Workforce Training Certificate, and have access to a Continuing Education academic record (transcript). Graduates will receive a letter and provisional certificate from the National Apartment Association Education Institute (NAAEI) and will be eligible for a certificate from NAAEI upon completion of one year of field work. Students who pass the EPA 608 Type I test will receive certification from the EPA.
National Apartment Association Education Institute (NAAEI)
NAAEI's curriculum has been accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI): www.ANSI.org
For EPA 608 Type I certification: U.S. EPA: www.epa.gov
Financial Aid and Payment Options
Continuing Education Opportunity Grant
Partial Payment Option (through Nelnet Business Solutions)
Tuition Waiver for those who qualify
Baltimore County College Promise
Workforce Development Sequence Scholarship
Employer/Sponsor Paid Tuition
Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)
Local Office of Workforce Development
4 weeks of intensive daytime training (M-F) or 9 weeks of part-time evening/weekend training
Start dates vary. Courses are offered at CCBC Randallstown and CCBC Dundalk.
Prospective students are required to attend orientation. Contact the coordinator for information.
GED/High School diploma. Minimum age of 18.
These courses have some online curriculum content, so students should have basic computer and keyboard skills. There will be time in class on a provided computer for the online activities.
To apply, go to ccbcmd.edu/apply and complete the CCBC Non-Credit Workforce Training Certificate application. An email will then be sent with program information and any additional requirements necessary to apply for the program.
Open Entry – No screening or documentation required.
Prior Learning Assessment
This program has no options for obtaining course waiver(s) for prior learning.
Program Course Sequence
Maintenance technicians can take further classes and specialize in fields such as electrical, plumbing, HVAC and boiler operation. With experience, technicians can become lead technicians or supervisors. They may also transition into related fields such as equipment sales representatives, property managers and leasing agents.
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