Maintenance Planning, Preventive Maintenance, & Facilities Maintenance

Measure the knowledge and skills of potential maintenance leaders and facilities personnel.

What level job you are testing for?

For Facilities Maintenance:

To assess a person’s ability to learn mechanical concepts, consider:

Mechanical Aptitude

To assess a person’s ability to learn electrical concepts, consider:

Electrical Aptitude

To assess a person’s ability to learn both mechanical and electrical concepts, consider:

Multicraft Aptitude

To assess basic skills, such as reading comprehension, arithmetic skills, troubleshooting and problem solving, etc., consider:

Combined Basic Skills

If you are wanting to assess general maintenance skills for a non-manufacturing facility such as a school, hospital, or office building, consider:

BldgTest

If you are wanting to assess general maintenance skills for a manufacturing facility, consider:

Facilities Maintenance Technician

If you are wanting to assess more targeted skills in any type of facility, consider:

Air Conditioning Specialist

Refrigeration Mechanic

Refrigeration (amonia refrigeration)

Carpenter

Building Electrician

For Maintenance Planning/Preventative Maintenance:

For a position responsible for planning and coordinating maintenance projects, consider:

Maintenance Planner

For a position requiring both practical mechanical and electrical job knowledge as well as leadership knowledge, consider:

Maintenance Manager

For a plant engineer position requiring both technical and project management knowledge, consider:

Project Engineer

For a position utilizing vibration-based predictive maintenance, consider:

Vibration Analysis

To see a full listing of facilities maintenance job knowledge tests click here.