Eligibility: To be eligible for enrollment in the program, the student must meet the following criteria:
Be a registered plumbers and pipe-fitters apprentice.
Description: This Degree includes the training for plumbers to meet the Division of Apprenticeship Standards
(DAS) Journeyman guidelines for the plumbers apprenticeship program.
Plumbers and pipe-fitters are in high demand. The Plumber and Pipe-fitters industry is not able to
hire the amount of employees needed to fill the work force and meet the needs of the industry.
Students that are in this apprenticeship program are currently working in the plumbing industry.
Section 4: Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Apprenticeship: Plumbers Apprenticeship Level Five Outline
apply hot pass and cover pass procedures.
perform pipe weld methods in the 2G, 5G, and 6G positions.
identify personality traits to work effectively with others.
negotiate difficult workplace situations.
practice conflict resolution.
evaluate and develop project schedules.
draft and properly complete construction documents.
demonstrate uphill pipe welding method. list National Inspection Testing Certification (NITC) requirements for
medical gas systems.
demonstrate ability to apply applicable plumbing codes.
This Degree includes the training for plumbers to meet the Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) Journeyman guidelines for the plumbers apprenticeship program.
(Y1 or S1)
|PLUMB 100||Introduction to the Trade||4.5||S1|
|PLUMB 110||Plumbing Science, Fixtures, and Rigging||4||S1|
|PLUMB 120||Gas Welding and Brazing||2||S2|
|PLUMB 121||Basic Arc Welding and Drawings||4||S2|
|PLUMB 130||Gas and Water Supply||4.5||S3|
PLUMB 140 Advanced Drawings and Drainage 4, S3
PLUMB 150 Steamfitting and Pipefitting 6, S4
PLUMB 160 Uniform Plumbing Code and Medical Gas 5.5, S4
PLUMB 122 Advanced Arc Welding 2, S5
PLUMB 170 Job Supervision and Foreman Training 4, S5
PLUMB 298 Work Experience in Plumbers and Pipefitters Apprenticeship 16, S1, S2, S3, S4
PLUMB 100 Introduction to the Trade 4.5
PLUMB 110 Plumbing Science, Fixtures, and Rigging 4
PLUMB 120 Gas Welding and Brazing 2
PLUMB 121 Basic Arc Welding and Drawings 4
PLUMB 130 Gas and Water Supply 4.5
PLUMB 140 Advanced Drawings and Drainage 4
PLUMB 150 Steamfitting and Pipefitting 6
PLUMB 160 Uniform Plumbing Code and Medical Gas 5.5
PLUMB 122 Advanced Arc Welding 2
PLUMB 170 Job Supervision and Foreman Training 4
A minimum of 16 units from the following: 16
PLUMB 298 Work Experience in Plumbers and Pipefitters Apprenticeship (1 - 4)
Total Units: 56.5