Plumbing

About the Program

  • This program prepares students for entry-level employment in the plumbing field or for a post-secondary degree in construction.  Students will learn to identify and use power tools, how to apply basic plumbing mathematics and plumbing drawing; and how to identify, fit, and use plastic, copper, cost iron, carbon steel and corrugated stainless pipe.

     

    Students are not required to participate for all four years; however, students who wish to pursue a career in the Plumbing industry are encouraged to do so.  Students must participate for two years to earn a Plumbing Business and Industry Endorsement.

     

    To see and learn more about the program, please select the video link here.

Courses

Course Title Description Grade Level Course # Credit
Year 1 This course provides an introduction and lays a solid foundation for those students entering the construction or craft skilled areas. The course provides knowledge of construction safety, construction mathematics, and common hand and power tools. This course is a hands-on approach that provides skill specific construction methods, and occupation skills to assist the student in obtaining and maintaining employment. This is the level 1 course for Carpentry, Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing, and Welding 9th-12th 8190Px, 6763Px 2.0
Year 2 Students will learn to identify and use power tools, how to apply basic plumbing mathematics and plumbing drawing; and how to identify, fit, and use plastic, copper, cost iron, carbon steel and corrugated stainless pipe. 10th-12th 8241x, 8194x 2.0
Year 3 Plumbing Technology II is the second level course of Plumbing instruction offered at the Career & Technical Education Center (CTEC). In Plumbing Tech II, students will gain knowledge and skills needed to enter the industry as a plumbing apprentice, building maintenance technician, or supervisor, or prepare for a post-secondary degree in Construction Management, Architecture, or Engineering. 11th-12th 8242x 2.0
Year 4 Students in this course participate in work-based learning. Students can earn credit while participating in a paid/unpaid internship. All student placements must be approved by the Construction Technology Academy. 12th 8078 2.0
  • Construction/Carpentry
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  • Electrical Systems
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  • Heating, Ventilation,
    & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
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  • Plumbing
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  • Welding
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