Plumber | Diploma / certificate | General Studies | On Campus | 78 hours | British Columbia Institute of Technology - BCIT | Canada
Plumbers install, repair, and maintain plumbing fixtures and systems such as water, hydronic, drainage, waste and vent (DWV), low pressure steam, chemical and irrigation. They also install specialized systems such as medical gas, process piping, compressed air, water conditioners, fuel piping, sewage and water treatment, and storage flow equipment. Plumbers interpret drawings, refer to layouts of existing services, and review applicable codes and specifications to determine work details and procedures. They locate and mark positions of fixture, pipe connections and sleeves, and cut openings to accommodate pipe and fittings.The Plumber program contains 4 levels that cover the in-school technical portion of the apprenticeship training. All levels of training use applied learning in conjunction with practical exercises.
Jobs related to this program:
Share This Now
Subscribe for updates!
Submit your email to be the first to know about new tools and schools to help you find your fit.
Please select the country where you want to study:
Based on your answers, you may be interested in a career within
Continue To Programs
This feature is only available for registered users.
Log in to Ultimate College List to save schools & programs, compare schools, compare programs and do much more!
Don’t have an account? Easily create an account for FREE.