MTAT is a 50-question test that provides insights into the test taker's technical maintenance capabilities by measuring knowledge of key concepts, terminology, and methods common to multi-family housing maintenance. The test is intended for use as one part of a comprehensive process of assessing skills, knowledge, experience and attitudes. Questions are asked in these categories:
- Electrical, plumbing and HVAC
- Appliance repair
- Decorating and painting
- Exterior maintenance
- General carpentry
- General repairs and work methods
- Tools and equipment
The test poses questions regarding common maintenance problems encountered in multi-family housing and measures the test taker's ability to choose the correct solution
MTAT is geared towards personnel typically referred to as "maintenance technicians" or "maintenance mechanics"—persons who usually are expected to handle the vast majority of routine day-to-day maintenance and repair of multi-family properties.
There is no special software required, just a web browser. Administer tests from a desktop, laptop, or tablet. The results are emailed instantly to the employer, no need to login to any accounts or dig for records.
Learn more about MTAT
To learn more about the MTAT – and to try out a short demonstration of the test – click the link below.
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