Entry Level Facility Engineering Certification
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The Entry Level Facility Engineering Certification is a creditable credential serving to verify the holder’s knowledge and working experience in general maintenance and building operations. 

Duties require general maintenance and repairs fixing and maintaining machines, operating mechanical equipment, and buildings systems. Basic skills include light plumbing, light carpentry, light electrical work, air-conditioning and heating systems, among other general tasks.

To be eligible for the Entry Level Facility Engineering Certification an applicant must have accumulated at less than  1000 work hours in building maintenance and operations and successfully pass a Facility Engineering assessment exam. 

  • Exam cost: $40
  • Certification cost: $150

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Senior Facility Engineer Certification
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Senior Facility Engineer Certification

The Senior Facility Engineer Certification is a creditable credential serving to verify the holder’s knowledge and working experience in general maintenance and building operations.

Duties require general maintenance and repairs fixing and maintaining machines, operating mechanical equipment, and buildings systems. Basic skills include light plumbing, light carpentry, light electrical work, air-conditioning and heating systems, among other general tasks.

To be eligible for the Senior Facility Engineer Certification an applicant must have accumulated at least 4000 work hours in building maintenance and operations and successfully pass an examination.

  • Exam cost: $40

Examination Exemption:

Applicants with 5,000 shop hours or more experience can opt to be exempted from taking the certification exam.Read More

Junior Facility Engineer Certification
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Junior Facility Engineer

The Junior Facility Engineer Certification is a creditable credential serving to verify the holder’s knowledge and working experience in general maintenance and building operations. 

Duties require general maintenance and repairs fixing and maintaining machines, operating mechanical equipment, and buildings systems. Basic skills include light plumbing, light carpentry, light electrical work, air-conditioning and heating systems, among other general tasks.

To be eligible for the Facility Engineer Technician I Certification an applicant must have accumulated at least 1000 work hours in building maintenance and operations and successfully pass an examination. 

  • Exam cost: $40

Examination Exemption:

Applicants with 2,000 shop hours or more experience can opt to be exempted from taking the certification exam. Read More

Intermediate Facility Engineer Certification
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Intermediate Facility Engineer Certification

The Intermediate Facility Engineer Certification is a creditable credential serving to verify the holder’s knowledge and working experience in general maintenance and building operations. 

Duties require general maintenance and repairs fixing and maintaining machines, operating mechanical equipment, and buildings systems. Basic skills include light plumbing, light carpentry, light electrical work, air-conditioning and heating systems, among other general tasks.

To be eligible for the Intermediate Facility Engineer Certification an applicant must have accumulated at least 3000 work hours in building maintenance and operations and successfully pass an examination. 

  • Exam cost: $40

Examination Exemption:

Applicants with 4000 shop hours or more experience can opt to be exempted from taking the certification exam.Read More

Master Facility Engineer Certification
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Master Facility Engineer Certification

The Master Facility Engineer Certification is a creditable credential serving to verify the holder’s knowledge and working experience in general maintenance and building operations.

Duties require general maintenance and repairs fixing and maintaining machines, operating mechanical equipment, and buildings systems. Basic skills include light plumbing, light carpentry, light electrical work, air-conditioning and heating systems, among other general tasks and supervision.

To be eligible for the Master Facility Engineer Certification an applicant must have accumulated at least 6000 work hours in building maintenance and operations and successfully pass an examination.

  • Exam cost: $40

Examination Exemption:

Applicants with 7,000 shop hours or more experience can opt to be exempted from taking the certification exam. Read More