MTTI Building & Property Trades Technician Program Video
30 Week Program
Start A Career In The Trades!
Are you a hard worker? Do you enjoy working with your hands? Come to MTTI and gain the skill and experience you need to start a career in the Building and Property Trades!
Become Skilled In Multiple Fields
Throughout MTTI’s Building and Property Trades Technician program you will study and gain experience working in a variety of technical fields. Some graduates use many of the acquired skills in maintaining commercial buildings or residential properties. Others specialize in specific areas of interest, including construction, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC, etc.
While at MTTI, you can decide for yourself if you are particularly skilled or interested in any specific trade, or if you would like to pursue a career using each of them.
In Just Seven Months
You can become skilled in….
- Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning
- Dry-Wall, Painting, Wallpaper & Flooring
- Exterior, Door, Window, Roofing and Siding
- Proper Hand & Power Tool Use
Learn By Doing
MTTI’s Building and Property Trades Technician program stresses the importance of hands-on learning! Throughout the program you will spend approximately 60 percent of your time in the shop, completing jobs and gaining actual experience in each of the skills necessary to work in the trades or maintenance field.
You will also gain invaluable knowledge while in the classroom. To be successful in the Building and Property trades you will need to be a skilled and hard worker, but you also need to be a smart worker. While in the classroom, you will learn to think ahead. You will draw plans and do estimations of the materials needed for the job. Once the plans are approved and the materials acquired, you will see the project through to its completion with the execution of those plans in the shop.
Get more details about our Building & Property Trades Technician program and MTTI’s tool bonus.
Costs for 2019-2020 tuition, fees and supplies, before any Title IV funding loans are applied are listed on the Consumer Information Page for this program.
To view graduation rates, median debt of graduates completing this program and other important information, please visit the Program Consumer Information page.