The occupational endorsement in Facility Maintenance is an addendum to the 2010-2011 UAF Catalog.
A new O.E. was approved by the UA Board of Regents in November 2010. This page includes the specifics of this new program.
College of Rural and Community Development
Minimum Requirements for Occupational Endorsement: 12 credits
The facility maintenance program trains participants in dealing with challenges unique to rural Alaskan structures. Training consists of identifying, troubleshooting and customizing solutions to a building or home, learning the importance of working with community advocates, tracking and analyzing past maintenance trends and developing strategies for future maintenance needs.
Occupational Endorsement Program
- Complete the general university requirements.
- Complete the occupational endorsement requirements.
- Complete the following courses:*
CTT F130--Introduction to Facilities Maintenance--1 credit
CTT F131--Interior Repairs: Drywall, Woodwork Trim, Window Replacement--1 credit
CTT F132--Flooring Installations: Vinyl, Wood and Parquet--1 credit
CTT F133--Cabinet Installation with Countertops--1 credit
CTT F135--Boiler Troubleshooting and Burner Repair--2 credits
CTT F137--Appliance Troubleshooting and Repair--2 credits
CTT F138--Troubleshooting HVAC Systems--2 credits
CTT F151--Introduction to Plumbing Tools and Drawings--1 credit
CTT F153--Plastic and Copper Pipe and Fittings--1 credit
- Minimum credits required--12 credits
* Students must earn a C (2.0) grade or better in each course.