Estimated Cost: $3,960
Program Length: 2 semesters
In our Plumbing Technology program, you will study water supply systems, water sources, waste and sewage disposal systems with reference to Uniform Plumbing Code. You’ll learn to read blueprints; measure, cut, solder, braze, and thread pipe; install and troubleshoot various plumbing fixtures in both residential and commercial settings. While in the program you will also learn basic welding skills. After passing the OSHA exam, students receive an OHSA 10 Certificate and program completion counts toward one year of required experience for journeyman license.
You will be successful in our Plumbing Technology program if you:
We will train you for a high-demand career in the plumbing industry as the go-to expert in solving plumbing issues. Career options include:
Federal regulations [34CFR 668.8(k) and (l)] mandate that programs not leading to a degree, and all the courses
within the program are not fully transferable to a higher degree, can only partially be paid by federal student aid.
A specific federal formula determines the number of credits allowed to be paid by financial aid. At SCC, those
programs and the number of credits eligible for federal financial aid are:
Based on federal regulations, the Plumbing Technology program has determined the following courses are not eligible for financial aid:
PLMB1015 – Plumbing Processes and Practices (5 credits)
PLMB1116 – Advanced Plumbing Processes and Practices (5 credits)
So, what does this mean?
If you enroll in one of the above-mentioned diploma programs, federal financial aid will not pay for the entire
program. You will be responsible for the tuition and fees for the number of credits listed in the “Number of Credits
Not Paid” column.
Please refer to the SCC catalog for current
Mike Roth, Program Director
AAS, Southeast Community College
Related Work Experience: 1991 to present
Instructional Experience: 2011 to present
1-800-933-7223, ext. 8263
Bill Rethmeier, InstructorAAS, Southeast Community College
BS, Doane College
Related Work Experience: 1987 to present
Instructional Experience: 2013 to present
1-800-933-7223, ext. 8267
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