Cell Utility Maintenance Technician

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250 hours

About Course

A utility maintenance technician is a professional responsible for ensuring the proper functioning and upkeep of essential utility systems such as HVAC, electrical, plumbing, and water supply in various settings. They conduct inspections, perform routine maintenance, and troubleshoot equipment malfunctions to minimize downtime and maintain safety. These technicians are well-versed in safety protocols and regulatory compliance. Their work contributes to a safe and efficient working environment and often involves collaborating with a team to address maintenance needs. Utility maintenance technicians play a crucial role in sustaining the reliability of utility systems within a facility.

What Will You Learn?

  • The learning outcomes for a Utility Maintenance Technician typically encompass a combination of technical skills, safety awareness, and equipment maintenance competencies necessary to maintain and repair essential utility systems within various industries. Here are some key learning outcomes for a Utility Maintenance Technician:
  • 1. Technical Proficiency
  • 2. Preventive Maintenance Skills
  • 3. Troubleshooting and Repairs
  • 4. Safety Awareness
  • 5. Resource Management
  • 6. Documentation and Reporting
  • 7. Emergency Response
  • 8. Cross-Functional Collaboration
  • 9. Regulatory Compliance
  • 10. Continuous Learning
  • 11. Customer Focus
  • These learning outcomes are vital for utility maintenance technicians to effectively manage, repair, and maintain utility systems, ensuring their reliability and performance while adhering to safety and regulatory standards.


  • Qualification: Diploma/ Betch
  • Age: 21+ Years
  • Experience: 1-2 Years

Course Content

Basic Introduction to PV Cell
Photovoltaic (PV) cells, often referred to as solar cells, are semiconductor devices that directly convert sunlight into electricity through the photovoltaic effect. They are the fundamental building blocks of solar panels. When photons from sunlight strike the PV cell, they release electrons, creating an electric current. PV cells are a key component in harnessing solar energy for various applications, from powering homes to spacecraft. Continuous advancements in PV technology aim to improve efficiency and reduce costs, making solar power increasingly accessible and sustainable.

  • Basics of Semiconductor
  • Solar Cell Principles & Production Environment
  • Short Review-1

Utilities refer to essential services like electricity, water, gas, and sanitation that support daily life and industry. They are critical for infrastructure and societal functioning. Utilities are typically provided by government or private entities and often involve complex distribution networks. Efficient management and sustainability are key considerations in utility provision.


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