Expanding your career prospects as an apartment maintenance technician takes dedication, talent, experience – and the highly regarded Certificate for Apartment Maintenance Technicians (CAMT). With CAMT, you sharpen your skills and demonstrate critical motivation and drive that make you indispensable to employers in the multifamily industry.
Knowledge Takes You Higher
When it comes to solving problems that arise in apartment communities, the more you know, the higher you’ll go. CAMT has you covered, putting you on top as you develop mastery of maintenance and repair related to:
- Heating, ventilation and air condition (HVAC)
- Interior and Exterior
Capping costs is essential to your success as a maintenance technician. In fact, maintenance expenses are the single biggest controllable element in any property management operating budget. CAMT allows you to optimize your budget and deliver maximum results that will get you noticed. The credential builds your expertise in areas including:
- Money matters
- Time and project management
- Maintenance and emergencies
- Customer service
- Documentation and paperwork
Reward with Renown
Once you’ve earned your CAMT, you’ll gain special membership in the Apartment Institute for Maintenance Excellence (AIME), with exclusive access to training opportunities designed for CAMT credential holders. AIME distinguishes you as a leader in apartment maintenance, signaling to employers that you are well versed in the latest industry regulations and guidelines. And as the only apartment industry certificate program to earn American National Standards Institute accreditation, CAMT gives you an impeccable calling card that helps you stand head and shoulders above the rest.
Whether you are a veteran maintenance professional or new to the game, the CAMT credential may be right for you. It’s a terrific way to keep your skills current and to gain a foothold as you ascend the ladder of opportunity in the property management industry. Eligibility for CAMT requires a minimum of 12 months’ experience in apartment or rental housing maintenance. Candidates must complete all related coursework (totaling 80 hours) within one year of beginning the certificate program.