Plumbing Trades


Attention New Apprentice Students and Employees

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Plumbing I

This first classroom course in plumbing introduces those new to the trade to plumbing installation and repair in residential and light commercial buildings. Participants will learn the basics of blueprint reading, plumbing safety, trade tools, plumbing calculations, fittings, fixtures, distribution systems and piping methods. Building Construction Core is a prerequisite for enrolling in any of the HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical and Building construction related apprenticeship courses.


VN101 | 102 | $199
Sect 22 | Jan 6 – May 6 | M/W | 6:00 – 9:00 PM

Plumbing II

This classroom course covers water and waste piping procedures, advanced plumbing and piping calculations, planning the plumbing installation, and valve and fixture troubleshooting and repair.

VN201 | 144 Hours | $299
Sect 14 | Sept 10 – March 5 | T/TH 6:00 – 9:00 PM

Plumbing III

The third year plumbing student applies the “International Plumbing Code” (IPC) to water supply piping, backflow prevention, pressure booster, and recirculation systems in an academic classroom setting. The course also explores private water supply well pumps, piping, and components. Maintenance and replacement of waste disposal systems, locating buried lines, and water conditioning are also part of the course.

VN301 | 144 Hours | $299
Sect 12 | Sept 10 – March 5 | T/TH | 6:00 – 9:00 PM

Plumbing IV

The fourth year plumbing class provides the advanced plumbing student with an in-depth review of the “International Plumbing Code,” applicable country and local plumbing codes, design, layout, and installation, troubleshooting and repair of hydronic and steam heating systems. This course satisfies a requirement in the Plumbing Apprenticeship and/or Certificate program.

Textbook and safety glasses are required.

VN401 | 144 Hours | $299
Sect 12 | Sept 10 – March 5 | T/TH | 6:00 – 9:00 PM

For more details, please see the attached informational flyer.