Property Maintenance for Multi-Family Residences
Property maintenance is the kind of work that rewards a jack of all trades, combining hands-on use of construction, repair, electrical and plumbing skills. This program prepares students to work in property maintenance for apartments and other multi-family housing. Enroll to receive a certificate of completion or to develop specific skills. Training includes safety and emergency procedures, painting and drywall repairs, grounds maintenance, electrical theory and repairs, plumbing, appliance repairs, customer service, first aid, and job search skills. The program is designed for all students, including those with limited English proficiency.
Enrollment Point: Fall, Winter, Spring
All program lengths are estimates and are not guarantees. For the most current program information, check with an adviser by calling (425) 235-5840.
At Renton Technical College, tuition is affordable and competitive.
Federal aid is available for most students to help pay for school. Fill out your FAFSA now to get started.
The RTC Foundation offers scholarships to help pay the costs of attending school.
All costs are estimates and are not guarantees. For the most current program information, check with an adviser by calling (425) 235-5840.
Monday & Wednesday: 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
One Saturday per month : 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Does not reflect Spring 2020 remote learning. Hours vary according to program. For the most current information, see the Class Schedule.
- Minimum age: 18 years
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|MEC 201||Computers Fundamentals and Lab||2|
|PROP 102||Professionalism in Property Maintenance||1|
|PROP 104||Basic Plumbing Repairs||3|
|PROP 112||Basic Electrical Repairs||6|
|PROP 122||Painting and Drywall Repairs||6|
|PROP 196||Cooperative Work Experience (optional)||(2)|
|BLRS 110||Boiler Operator 3 & 4 (optional)||(7)|
|ELECS 115||Basic Electrical I (optional)||(7)|
Learning Outcomes for Property Maintenance Program:
- Communicate professionally to represent company values, solve problems, resolve conflicts and provide assistance while responding to service requests in occupied units and working in public spaces
- Demonstrate safe work practices in the property maintenance environment
- Apply appropriate property maintenance techniques in carpentry, plumbing, electrical work, drywall, painting, flooring appliance repair and grounds keeping
- Assess deficiencies in vacated units and determine steps to take to make unit ready for new occupant
- Analyze resident maintenance complaints to determine the best process to resolve problems
External accreditation is not applicable to this program.