Facilities Maintenance Training For Technicians

Registration Fee

N 100,000

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electrician or cable worker

This training focuses on helping your technicians develop and build capacity for the required level of outcome. The purpose of the training program is to provide participants with practical knowledge and technical skills for better FM service delivery.

At the end of the training, our goal is that your technicians are able to demonstrate proper safety and quality management practices, adhere to operational procedures in carrying out electrical or mechanical installations, designs, troubleshooting and servicing of building systems.

For organizations with interest in succession planning, this also avail your technical staff the opportunities of handling and overseeing general administration of facility management services. 

At the end of the Plumbing training modules, the participant will be able to:

  • Bend copper pipes using springs and machines
  • Cut and join copper pipe
  • Assemble plastic pipe work and fittings
  • Repair and replace taps
  • Add and modify existing pipe work
  • Repair leaks/drips and pipe bursts
  • Drain water systems
  • Fix soil and waste pipes and flexi hoses
  • Replace valves, taps, cisterns and cylinders
  • Fix/ replace valves, taps, cisterns and cylinders

At the end of the Civil Maintenance training modules, the participants will be able to:

  • Repair and dress walls before painting (including basic plastering)and select correct paint types and finishes
  • Maintain painting tools, pads and brushes, correctly apply gloss and emulsion and acrylic paint, burning and removing acrylic paint
  • Treat and paint metal frames, use a spraying machine and prepare surfaces, install tiles, including spacers and grouting

The electrical training module will help participants focus on:

(Installation, Working Principles and Maintenance of the following:

  • Battery and UPS maintenance
  • Cable splicing and testing
  • Circuit breaker maintenance
  • Electric motor maintenance
  • Electrical fundamentals
  • Electrical safety
  • Electrical standards
  • Fiber optic splicing and testing
  • Grounding and bonding
  • Motor controls and starters
  • Power studies
  • Protective relay maintenance
  • Substation maintenance
  • Transformer maintenance

Mechanical Module Course Content

  • Introduction to Refrigeration and Air conditioning
  • Identification of tools used in Refrigeration and Air conditioning
  • Principle of Refrigeration and Air-conditioning (refrigerating cycle)
  • Atmospheric cooling
  • Terminology associated with indoor and outdoor door components of an Air conditioning system.
  • Working operation of a Compressor, Condenser, Evaporator, etc.
  • Types of Expansion Valve
  • Refrigerant –Types, usage and storage
  • Installation of Refrigeration and Air-conditioning systems
  • Safety precaution of indoor and outdoor units
  • Understanding the electrical components of R & A systems
  • Continuity and Insulation test
  • Troubleshooting and repair of Refrigeration and Air-conditioning systems
  • Preventive and routine maintenance
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