Building & Property Trades Technician
Program Details & Tool Bonus Information
Prepare For Your New Career Today!
Our goal at MTTI is to give you the knowledge and skill necessary to start your career as quickly as possible!
At MTTI, we focus on short-term, intensive programs. In just 27 weeks you will gain the confidence and skill necessary to pursue and work in a number of technical industries!...
High Demand Skills!
- Introduction to the Industry
- Shop Safety and Ladder Safety
- Basic Carpentry
- Basic Electrical Installation and Repair
- Basic Plumbing Installation and Repair
- Appliances: Troubleshooting and Repair
- Power Tools, Portable and Stationary
- Hand Tools
- Standards of Measurement
- Blueprint Reading, Planning & Estimating
- Sheetrock Installation & Finish
- Interior Finish/Wallpaper/Paint
- Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
- Applied Maintenance and Cleaning Techniques
- Small Engine Troubleshooting and Service
- Landscape Maintenance
- Introduction to Green Technology
- Job Search Skills and Internship
- OSHA 10 Certification
Each student in the Building and Property Trades Technician program will complete an internship with a trades or property maintenance company. The internship provides you with valuable experience in an actual work atmosphere. Additionally, the internship provides an excellent opportunity to get your foot in the door at a potential employer!
After graduation from the Building and Property Trades Technician program, and beginning training-related employment within 90 days, we allow you to purchase $350 in industry-related tools, to get you started on the job. MTTI will then reimburse you for the purchase. The complete Tool Bonus Policy is outlined in the Student Orientation Booklet. Please see an Admissions Representative for the complete Tool Bonus Policy.
Faculty and Staff
MTTI instructors are highly experienced in each facet of the Building and Property Trades taught within the program. Instructors have extensive experience in residential and commercial construction and remodeling. Each instructor meets the standards of approval by the Massachusetts Office of Private Occupational School Education (OSE) within the Division of Professional Licensure (DPL) and the ACCSC (the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges). MTTI Instructors and Staff work together with Career Service Specialists to assist students in pursuing their career goals.
Students who successfully complete the 825-hour program will receive a Building and Property Trades Technician Diploma. Each of MTTI’s programs has been approved by the Massachusetts state education agency and the ACCSC (the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges.) For more information, please contact us.
1Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook 2016-17