Begin a Bright Future in Plumbing:
The “Introduction to Plumbing” course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive foundation in the fundamental principles and practices of plumbing systems. This course aims to train students with the essential knowledge and skills required to understand, install, maintain, and troubleshoot basic plumbing systems commonly found in residential and commercial settings.
What you will learn
By the end of the course, students will:
Understand Plumbing Systems:
Gain a clear understanding of the various components, fixtures, and piping systems that constitute a plumbing system.
Tools and Equipment: Familiarize themselves with the essential tools, equipment, and materials used in plumbing installations and repairs.
Safety Procedures: Learn and adhere to safety protocols and practices associated with plumbing work, including proper tool usage and personal protective equipment (PPE).
Pipe Fittings and Joints: Learn about different types of pipe materials, fittings, and joints, and how to correctly assemble and connect them.
Water Supply Systems: Explore the principles of water supply, distribution, and pressure within plumbing systems.
Fixture Installation: Acquire practical skills in installing and connecting various plumbing fixtures such as sinks, toilets, showers, and faucets.
Basic Repairs: Learn to troubleshoot common plumbing issues like leaks, clogs, and pipe damage, and perform basic repairs.
Careers you will prepare for
The course will be delivered through a combination of lectures, hands-on practical sessions, demonstrations, and interactive discussions.
Students will have the opportunity to work with actual plumbing tools and materials in a controlled workshop environment, allowing them to apply theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios.
Include quizzes, practical assessments, assignments, and a final project where students demonstrate their ability to design and install a simple plumbing system.
This course is suitable for individuals interested in pursuing a career in plumbing, homeowners looking to handle basic plumbing issues, DIY enthusiasts, and those in related fields such as construction and maintenance.
No prior plumbing experience is required; however, a basic understanding of construction concepts and hand tool usage would be advantageous.
Overall, the “Introduction to Plumbing” course provides a solid foundation for individuals aiming to enter the field of plumbing, enabling them to confidently engage with plumbing systems and perform essential tasks in both residential and commercial settings.
Course Offerings and Requirements
The Introduction to Plumbing-Hybrid program at Career School NY consists of 900 hours of study in various related courses.
Some of those courses are as follows:
Tools of Plumbing; First Aid & Safety *Piping Materials * Water Supply & Source * Basic Math * Water Disposal * Joining Methods; Plumbing Fixtures * Faucets * Valves; Water Heaters * Building Plans * Drawing * Scale Rulers * Sketching * Basic Geometry *Mechanical Properties * Protection of Building Materials* Sewage Disposal*
For the Introduction to Plumbing Program, it is required that you have at least a H.S. Diploma or TASC for admission.
Cost of Program and Financing Options
Cost is available in school catalog and enrollment agreement. Please call or visit school for information.
*Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. Please contact Career School NY for more information or click here to be redirected to the FAFSA4caster.