For full text: http://www.ode.state.oh.us/ctae/teacher/fastrak/list.asp.
Guides - Non-Classroom
This document presents an overview of the 2-year competency-based building and property maintenance programs offered in Ohio schools at the secondary and/or adult levels. The overview covers the attributes and qualifications required to be a successful worker in the industry and the typical tasks performed by building and property maintenance workers. It also discusses opportunities for advancement and possible occupational ladders in the building and property maintenance field as a whole and in specific occupations in the field. The remainder of the document lists the enabling tasks required for mastery of a total of 64 competencies covered in 12 units of instruction and 1 optional module. The unit topics are as follows: (1) orientation to the building and property management industry; (2) basic safety procedures; (3) basic procedures; (4) computerized property maintenance management systems; (5) blueprints/layout work; (6) masonry applications and repairs; (7) rough carpentry applications and repairs; (8) roof applications and repairs; (9) plumbing installations and repairs; (10) electrical installations and repairs; (11) interior finish/carpentry procedures; (12) heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and components; and (13) welding and cutting operations. (MN)
For other FasTrak ITACs, see ED 457 412, ED 458 376-383, ED 459 318, ED 463 407, and CE 084 063-064.
Career and Technical Education; Ohio
1 - Available on microfiche
Ohio State Dept. of Education, Columbus. Div. of Career-Technical and Adult Education.