NCCER Intermediate Plumbing Technician Certificate (IPT1) Technical Certificate of Credit
(Stand Alone & Embedded in NCCER Plumbing Diploma)
The Intermediate Plumbing Technician program of study is a sequence of courses that builds on fundamental plumbing skills. The program emphasis a combination of plumbing theory and practical application necessary for successful employment. Prior to enrolling in this program, students must have a thorough understanding of basic plumbing fundamentals. Program graduates receive an Intermediate Plumbing Technician Certificate of Completion and have the qualification of a plumbing technician.
Entrance date: Each semester
Program admission requirements:
Minimum Test Scores
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High School diploma or equivalent required for graduation.
Credits required for graduation: 12
|Courses 12 credits|
|COFC 1080Construction Trades Core
This course introduces
|PLBG 1025Intermediate Plumbing I
Corequisite: COFC 1080
This course introduces the student to a more in-depth discussion of the components, tools and procedures of the plumbing trade. Topics include more in-depth plumbing math, reading commercial drawings, structural penetrations, installing and testing TWV systems, and roof, floor and area drains.
|PLBG 1035Intermediate Plumbing II
Corequisite: COFC 1080
This course introduces the student to more advanced plumbing applications and techniques. Topics include water supply piping, valves, fixtures, water heaters, basic electrical principles, fuel gas, and fuel oil.
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