Career Paths & Consumer Information for the Building & Property Trades Technician Program
Looking for a hands-on program that leads to construction, repair and property maintenance careers?
Students completing the Building & Property Trades Technician program receive a broad training in electrical, plumbing, carpentry and related career paths. Graduates of the Building & Property Trades Technician program are prepared for the following recognized occupations (as defined by SOC and O*NET–SOC codes, which are used by workforce professionals to create job orders):
2010 SOC Codes
- 47-4099 Construction and Related Workers
- 47-2031 Carpenters
- 49-9071 Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
2010 O*NET SOC Codes
- 47-2031 Rough Carpenters (including Apprentice Carpenters)
- 47-3012 Helpers--Carpenters
- 47-4099 Construction & Related Workers, all others
- 49-9071.00 Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
For a description of each category, please go to: http://online.onetcenter.org/crosswalk/
Successful participation in this program enables you to apply for entry-level positions including the following:
- Property Maintenance Technician
- Building Maintenance Technician
- Maintenance and Repair Worker
- Carpenter's Apprentice
- Carpenter's Helper
- Construction Laborer
- Construction Worker
- Electrical Apprentice
- Electrical Helper
- Plumbing Apprentice
- Plumber's Helper
- Painter/Painter's Helper
- Insulation Workers
- Solar Installation Technician
- Solar Photovoltaic Installer
- Solar Thermal Installer and Technician
- Weatherization Installers and Technician
Maintenance Engineer Ferland Corporation
Phil Pare & Sons
Supervisor of Maintenance
Stevens Treatment Ctr.
Providence Renaissance Hotel
Carpenter & Solar Installation Tech
Got Sun-Go Solar
Graduation and Employment Rates
Accredited Career and Technical Schools are held to high standards of graduation and employment. We calculate on-time program completion and employment according to the formula established by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). The ACCSC sets as a benchmark a minimum of 70% training related employment for each program each year.
MTTI’s goal is education for employment. We count as employed only those graduates whose employment can be verified in occupations related to the program of study. We understand the value of continuing education after completing a program at MTTI, and also recognize there are many reasons that a graduate might not go into program-related employment directly after school. However, we do not count as employed those graduates who:
- Pursue additional education at another school (and do not work)*
- Enter the military (unless they accept program-related work within the military)*
- Are unable to work while ill or injured*
- Remain in or return to their past (non-related) jobs
- Move and/or change contact information and can not be reached to obtain their employment information
- Are not seeking employment while handling special family needs
- Choose (for other reasons) not to obtain employment at this time
*We can remove someone from the total number of graduates after obtaining (where possible) specific documentation (e.g., death certificate, physician's note confirming permanent or long-term disability, documentation of military service, proof of continuing education).
Current Program Year: 2012-2013
- 16 students graduated; 12 were hired in training-related positions. The employment rate for the Building & Property Trades Technician program during 2012-13 is 75%.
Past Program Years:
- Of 23 graduates 17 were hired in training-related positions. The employment rate for the Building & Property Trades Technician program during 2011-12 is 74%
- Of 23 graduates 20 were hired in training-related positions. The employment rate for the Building & Property Trades program for program year 2010-2011 is 87%.
We strive to meet and exceed ACCSC's benchmark of 70% training related employment for every program each year. However, the actual percentage of graduates employed (in both training related and non-related occupations) may be higher than training related employment alone. We assist each graduate for as long as they are interested in and willing to seek employment; therefore the employment numbers and percentages are not necessarily final. As graduates continue to seek work and enter into employment, employment percentages can increase.
MTTI is proud of our many successfully employed graduates. To learn how we prepare students for successful employment, please see the Building & Property Trades Technician program page and also read our graduates’ Success Stories.
On-time Completion Rate
The on-time completion rate is the number of students who completed the program within the normal time during the most recent program year (for which information is available). There may be additional students that successfully graduated after taking a Leave-of-Absence (LOA) because they had documented medical issues or a death in the family, etc. There may also be additional students who transferred to a part-time program and subsequently graduated. These graduates are not figured into the on-time graduation rate.
Current Program Year: 2013-2014
- Of the 27 students who began the program, 21 students graduated during 2013-2014, resulting in a 78% graduation rate. Of the 21 students graduating, 8 complete on-time. Therefore, the on-time completion rate for the Building & Property Trades program for program year 2013-2014 is 38%.
NOTE: The low on-time graduation rate was an average of 7 to 10 days beyond the actual graduation date.
Past Program Years
- Of the 26 students who began the program, 23 students graduated during the 2012-2013, resulting in an 88% graduation rate. Of the 23 students graduating, 18 completed on-time. Therefore, the on-time completion rate for the Building & Property Trades program for program year 2012-2013 is 78%.
- The on-time completion rate for this program during 2011-2012 is 78%. The total graduation rate for this program during 2011-2012 is 88%.
- The on-time completion rate for this program during 2010-2011 is 9%. The total graduation rate for this program during 2010-2011 is 85%.
- The on-time completion rate for this program during 2009-2010 is 26%. The total graduation rate for this program during 2009-2010 is 92%.
- The on-time completion rate for this program during 2008-2009 is 32%. The total graduation rate for this program during 2008-2009 is 96%.
Cost for the Building & Property Trades Technician Program
Costs listed for this program are tuition and fees before any Title IV funding loans are applied. Most students qualify for loan and/or grant assistance. Tuition and supplies for this is program during 2015-2016* are:
- $50 for the Application Fee
- $100 for Textbooks/Supplies
- $14,050 for Tuition (includes a $350.00 tool bonus upon obtaining verified training related employment)
*NOTE: According to the Gainful Employment regulations, the GE chart reports tuition and books/supplies for 2013-2014. The 2015-2016 costs shown above are the ones currently in effect for incoming students.
Median Loan Debt
The median loan debt incurred by students who completed the Building & Property Trades Technician program during 2013-2014 is broken down into several categories:
- The Title IV loan debt (amount borrowed) is $8550.00
- The private education loan debt (amount borrowed) is $0
- The amount owed on MTTI institutional finance plans is $0