Evening Plumbing Certificate Program

Class 1: Safety & Math

  • Cost: $325 + Books

This class will prepare you with essential training in important safety measures and math concepts you will use in all phases of the plumbing trade.

Class 2: Fixtures, Fittings & Valves

  • Cost: $475 + Books

Learn the appropriate selection, use and application of fixtures, fittings and valves used in a variety of plumbing applications. You will also learn the correct use of plumbing tools and practice how to properly measure, cut, join and install pipe and tubing.

Class 3: Drain, Waste, Vent & Water Distribution Systems (Part 1)

  • Cost: $300 + Books

Discover important facets of the drain waste and vent system including design, installation, connecting, testing and more. Installing roof, floor and area drains will also be covered.

Class 4: Drain, Waste, Vent & Water Distribution Systems (Part 2)

  • Cost: $300 + Books

You will learn the functions of the water distribution system and identify proper techniques for locating, installing, and testing complete water service and distribution systems. Other topics of discussion include sewage and sump pumps, corrosive resistant waster and compressed air

Class 5: Plumbing Drawings, Water Supply Systems and Booster and Recirculating Systems

  • Cost: $300 + Books

Identify how to read and interpret construction drawings and explore additional topics including how to size water supply systems, principles and hazards of backflow, and design, installation and troubleshooting booster and recirculating systems.

Class 6: Service Plumbing and Business Principles

  • Cost: $300 + Books

Gain an understanding of quality practices in service plumbing including diagnosis and repair procedures for the most common service calls. You will also review concepts and practices essential for a competitive, successful plumbing business.

Class 7: IFGC, IPC Code and License Test Prep

  • Cost: $475 + Books

Learn how the codes are written, adopted, modified and implemented. In addition, prepare for the Oklahoma Plumbing Journeyman and Gas exam by learning the standards, regulations, and applications of the current code versions. You will also review Math for Plumbers and Pipefitters and the Code of Federal Regulations.

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Spring Semester

  • 03/31/20 - 05/19/20 | Tue/Thurs | Time: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM | Course ID: 194PLMB3350