SFCC’s Plumbing Program gives you the tools you need to install and upgrade plumbing systems, build new residential and commercial spaces from blueprints, and install and maintain sustainable water catchment and solar hot water systems. You’ll gain the skills required to become a plumber, from basic plumbing and pipe fitting to repair, the latest technological applications for maintenance and remodeling.
If you choose to advance your plumbing education with an Associate of Science degree in building technologies and construction, you’ll be eligible to take the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and Associate General Contractors of American (AGC) Journeyman certification exams.
Those interested in combining their Plumbing and HVAC knowledge can pursue an expanded certificate with SFCC’s Facilities Maintenance Program. Employment opportunities are currently in high demand for workers with a degree or certificate in Facilities Maintenance, HVAC, or Plumbing.
Plumbers are in demand and earn an annual median salary of $59,880. Employment is expected to grow 5% by 2030, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.