This course is an introduction to the plumbing trade for plumbing apprentices. It covers the history of plumbing along with the commonly used materials, tools, and equipment. The course teaches apprentices math used in the plumbing trade.
This course is a continuation of the introductory material. The apprentice continues working on math for the plumbing trade.
This course is a continuation of first year Plumbing Apprenticeship classes. The course concentrates on materials used in the plumbing trade, and it includes proper ways to cut, clean, and join those materials.
This course covers the proper way to collect and reuse grey water. Grey water collection serves two purposes: cutting down on both the amount of freshwater needed and the wastewater generated by a building.
This course covers the sizing and design of water, waste, and vent systems in residential applications using MUD and Omaha Plumbing Code rules. Students become familiar with residential blueprints and isometric drawings used in residential applications.
This course provides a better understanding of the Omaha Plumbing Code and, using the knowledge acquired, students apply the code requirements to field work and lab projects. Students also continue gaining proficiency using plumbing math.
This course covers customer service along with troubleshooting and repair of residential plumbing systems. It covers water closet, faucet, water heater, and water conditioning systems as well as proper operation of drain cleaning machines and cameras.
This course develops students' proficiency in the use of the Omaha Plumbing Code. The course continues with the design and installation of drain, waste, and vent systems; water supply systems; and storm drainage systems. Students also gain a working knowledge of the differences between the Omaha Plumbing Code and the Uniform Plumbing Code.
This course covers the design and installation of public and private sewage systems, medical gas piping systems, and irrigation systems. The course also covers MUD regulations for water, gas, and vent piping systems for gas appliances.
This course helps the apprentice gain the basic knowledge needed to read blueprints, create shop drawings, and make isometric illustrations of a plumbing system.
This course continues with the interpretation and application of the Omaha Plumbing Code in the design of plumbing systems. It covers installation procedures for various plumbing systems including water conditioning and swimming pools, as well as commercial blueprints.
This course reviews the Omaha Plumbing Code, job site safety, and math skills required for the plumbing trade. Review and application of classroom knowledge prepares the apprentice to successfully take the journeyman plumbers test.