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The 32BJ Training Program has developed several Career Tracks intended to provide each student with the
essential tools and mechanical abilities needed to achieve the next level in their career. Each Career
Track is composed of both required and elective Courses/Quick Courses developed to give students the
fundamental structure necessary to meet the challenges and changes in today’s building service industry.
Career Tracks are designed to give students a well-rounded practical and theoretical knowledge of their
field. Please note that Courses may be taken at any location where they are offered.
If your schedule prevents you from completing a required Course for a Career Track, you may be able to
substitute a different course with prior approval. Check with the administrative office.
If you have or are about to complete a Career Track please submit a
Request to Graduate
form so that we can verify your transcript. Upon verification, diplomas for those who have fulfilled all requirements
will be awarded at the graduation ceremony in June. Forms must be submitted at least two weeks before graduation.
COMMERCIAL ESTIMATED CLASSROOM HOURS: 725 Acquire the building blocks necessary to gain access as an entry-level building engineer
COMMERCIAL ESTIMATED CLASSROOM HOURS: 136 Enhance skills to meet advanced industry standards
COMMERCIALESTIMATED CLASSROOM HOURS: 150 Progress from commercial office cleaner to lead cleaner or foreperson
COMMERCIALESTIMATED CLASSROOM HOURS: 840Obtain the skills and certifications necessary to operate a commercial building in an efficient and sustainable way
RESIDENTIALESTIMATED CLASSROOM HOURS: 660 Obtain the skills and certifications necessary to operate a multifamily building in an efficient and sustainable way
COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIALESTIMATED CLASSROOM HOURS: 405 Gain the ability to perform the basic electrical, plumbing,carpentry, and other repairs required of a handyperson
RESIDENTIALESTIMATED CLASSROOM HOURS: 510 Gather the knowledge necessary to operate a building’s air conditioning and heating systems
RESIDENTIALESTIMATED CLASSROOM HOURS: 252 Gain the Superintendent Certification required by the NYC Housing Code 27-2055, D26-22.07
COMMERCIALESTIMATED CLASSROOM HOURS: 205 Acquire skills to handle a wide range of emergency situations
RESIDENTIALESTIMATED CLASSROOM HOURS: 634 Obtain the knowledge needed to become an entry-level superintendent
RESIDENTIALESTIMATED CLASSROOM HOURS: 224 Move to a higher level of superintendent or resident manager
25 West 18th Street
New York, NY 10011-4676
Benefits Information: 800-551-3225
Training Information: 888.284.3225