Metropolitan Community College - Critical Facilities Operations Technology
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11/25/2020 3:00:00 PM

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Critical Facilities Operations Technology

What is Critical Facilities Operations (CFOT)?

This program provides training for entry-level employees in critical facilities with interconnected systems such as data centers and hospitals. Students identify the purpose and nature of critical facilities, the functions of various critical systems and the role of technicians/operators in maintaining, troubleshooting, and optimizing the performance of the interrelated critical systems. As students progress through the program they learn about the different aspects of these critical systems including electrical and industrial maintenance.


  • Critical Facilities Operations (CFOAS)- Associate in applied science, prepares the student to enter the field of critical facilities operation with applied understanding of the synergistic relationships among components of information technology and a host of technical trade content areas, including HVAC, electrical and industrial maintenance. Graduates are able to apply their understanding of multiple interconnected systems that make up a critical facility, such as a data center or hospital.

Program Faculty

Robert Boyer 531-622-4733

Class Schedules