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This is the first part of a three-semester course. This course covers techniques and theory, basic plumbing tools and terminology, pipes and fittings, joining pipes and fittings including plastic, copper, galvanized, black, no-hub, cast-iron and spigots, soldering and brazing, trade math, safety, water heaters, sewage disposal drainage, fixture building drains and single-line drawings. Students will focus on residential, commercial and industrial installation practices including cross connections, gas codes, blueprint reading and fire sprinklers. This class qualifies as 90 hours toward the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulations 240-hour requirement for a journeyman's exam tradesman license.
Use Door 3 to enter building.
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Career and Technical Center @ Courthouse, 10101 Courthouse Road, Chesterfield 23832