This certificate provides technical training for students interested in careers as plumbers. Courses are designed to develop and improve job skills. This program prepares students who are seeking licensure as a journey plumber to enter the apprentice phase.
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Provide leadership in creating and maintaining a safe working environment.
- Identify and explain plumbing methods, materials and systems, including green building and sustainability strategies.
- Interpret and analyze construction documents related to residential and commercial construction.
- Apply practical skills and knowledge while working on residential and commercial plumbing projects.
CORE REQUIREMENTS: (22 HRS.)
BLDG 111 Construction Safety (3)
PLMB 111 Basic Plumbing/Safety/Pipe Fitting (2)
PLMB 121 Gas Piping and Combustion Venting (3)
PLMB 131 Service Plumbing, Repair, Maintenance
and Remodel (2)
PLMB 211 Water Supply Systems and Backflow Prevention (3)
PLMB 221 Drain, Waste, Vent and Gray Water (3)
PLMB 231 Boilers and Hydronic Systems (2)
FACT 113 Basic Blueprint Reading (2)
FACT 114 Basic Electricity and Controls (2)
RELATED REQUIREMENTS: (6 HRS.)
BLDG 115 Trades Math (3)
SOLR 131 Design and Installation of Solar Hot Water Systems (3)
NOTE: See First-Year Student Success Course Requirement on Page 8.
TOTAL 28 CREDITS