We are currently recruiting students for the September 2014 HVAC class only. Please see the MoWINs Advanced Manufacturing Training certificate programs offered every 8 weeks. Thank you for your interest in the maintenance technician program. Contact Alison Sheets or Tina Miller with any questions.
Earn one or all of the program certificates at
Mineral Area College:
Health Care Facility Maintenance Technology Certificate-200 hour
Health Care HVAC Technician Certificate-300 hour
Health Care Stationary Engineer Certificate-300 hour
Mineral Area College offers a 200-hour Health Care Facility Maintenance Technology Certificate for entry-level positions in the maintenance field and for
those employees who want to improve their skill level in
a health care setting.
Curriculum includes the following areas:
- OSHA 10 Training (Includes Certification)
- Rotating Machines
- Basic Carpentry
- Fluid Power
- Mechanical Drives
The Health Care Facility Industrial Maintenance Technology Certificate program provides hands-on skills
training required by building maintenance personnel.
The eight-week program is a combination of classroom
theory and hands-on skill application in Mineral Area
College’s Advanced Manufacturing Lab. Learning
systems feature heavy duty industrial-grade components
similar to what students will see on the job.
The lab equipment and curriculum are designed to
teach basic problem solving skills through computerized
fault insertion, performance measurement, application
devices and load devices.
Nine hours of college credit awarded with this certificate can be applied to the
Associate of Applied Science Degree in Industrial
Maintenance offered at Mineral Area College.
An HVACR and Modularized Stationary Engineering certificate programs will be offered beginning in spring 2013.
Meet Bill Sansagraw, Health Care Facility Maintenance Technician Instructor
Bill Sansagraw holds an associate of science in electrical/electronics from Mineral Area College, a two-year certificate in electrical from UniTec Career Center, and a two-year certificate in HVAC from Ranken Technical College. Before accepting the instructor position at Mineral Area College, Mr. Sansagraw served as a Biomedical Equipment Manager and Lead Equipment Tech for American Red Cross from 2002 - 2013.
When he’s not teaching at MAC, Sansagraw enjoys fishing, spending time with family, and “repairing anything that’s broken.”