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Duration

30 weeks

Tuition

$3,237

  Victoria

Jan 3-Aug 28

Plus 9 other start dates

Feb 6 - Sep 1 2023

Mar 13 - Oct 6 2023

Apr 17 - Nov 10 2023

May 23 - Dec 15 2023

Jun 26 - Feb 2 2024

Jul 31 - Mar 8 2024

Sep 5 - Apr 12 2024

Oct 10 - May 17 2023

Nov 14 - Jun 21 2024

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Hybrid

Credential

Certificate

Year Founded

1971

Scholarships

yes

The Plumbing & Pipe Trades Foundation program blends in-class theory with hands-on practical skills training to prepare graduates for entry level employment and apprenticeships.

Over 30 weeks you will follow a modular training system that begins by developing a wide variety of basic skills, and builds on these to develop specialized skills required by industry and related fields including irrigation, wastewater treatment, municipal services, solar system installations, well pump installation and plumbing wholesale supply.

In the Plumbing & Pipe Trades Foundation program, you’ll develop skills and knowledge necessary for initial entry into the plumbing & pipe trades. You’ll focus on the first–year apprentice competencies that are common to all of the piping trades, working through common core, and plumbing and pipe trades specialty modules.

You’ll be exposed to on-the-job conditions so come prepared to work in a number of different simulations and environments and participate in a one-week, supervised field practice in an industry setting. Practical projects will usually be done on-site either at the college or in cooperation with local industry.

What You’ll Learn

  • Apply safe work practices specific to the plumbing and pipe trades within a variety of work environments.
  • Describe the different roles, functions, culture, and characteristics of the pipe trades in relation to other trades.
  • Use a variety of tools and equipment to demonstrate their applications, procedures for use, and maintenance.
  • Apply organizational skills to facilitate the efficient and accurate completion of work related tasks and projects.
  • Describe the materials and the associated installation procedures.
  • Assemble and test basic electrical circuits and components.
  • Describe and install a variety of basic residential, commercial, and industrial piping systems.
  • Contribute to effective working relationships in industry and workplace settings.

 

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