Service Careers

Service Careers are designed to teach students one of the most interesting and rapidly growing repair services in the country. This training allows students to start their own profitable full or part-time business. There is a high demand for quality repair persons, mechanics, and parts counter salespeople. Students gain custodial training for small businesses, basic landscaping techniques, outdoor power equipment operation, and auto detailing.

Employment Opportunities

  • Health Facility Maintenance
  • Custodial Maintenance
  • Lawn Maintenance
  • Landscape Design
  • Hotel/Motel Services
  • Auto Detailing Assistant

Certifications Available

  • CTTC Assessment
  • Facilities Maintenance Technician

Salary Range

Up to $22/hour

Degree Requirements

Building and Grounds General Technician
Total Hours 915
Required Courses Hours
Service Careers Life Skills 45
Custodial Safety Practices 30
Introduction to Cleaning Chemicals 15
Introduction to Restroom Maintenance 15
Custodial Services I 75
Custodial Services II 150
Floor Care Equipment 30
Upholstery and Carpet Maintenance 15
Auto Detailing for Delivery 30
Landscape Tool Operation 120
Landscape Design 60
Landscape Grounds Keeping 120
Principles of Horticulture 30
Preventative Maintenance of Horticulture Equipment 60
Propagation of Horticulture Plants 30
Fertilizers and Soils 60
Workforce Staging 30

Course is available for High School Juniors, Seniors, and Adults

Tuition Cost $1,830 --Institutional Scholarships may be available

Burns Flat

For more information contact Greg Wedel at 580-562-3181, ext. 230, or email [email protected].