This certification course is designed for personnel involved in the management of both government housing facilities and private sector inspections. Students will be exposed to the necessary skills and tools to successfully inspect to meet DoD minimum acceptability criteria. They will also be taught to identify and manage the sustainment, renovation and modernization workloads of military housing facilities. Taking this course will provide a greater understanding of inspection principles for existing or newly constructed facilities, both the private sector and governmental.
Students will be exposed to the various phases of construction from site work to final acceptance, change of occupancy maintenance requirements, and management of contract vehicles in a military setting. A portion of the class is devoted to understanding mold, it’s causes, implications, and practical treatment of affected areas, as well as other safety and livability issues.
This five-day course is not a home inspection certification course, nor is it a mechanical or electrical technician course. FAC 309 is recommended for personnel responsible for the maintenance and inspection of both family and bachelor government housing facilities, including supervisors of these individuals. No specific course prerequisites are required.