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Pipefitting And Plumbing Schools

Pipefitting and Plumbing programs are an excellent way to prepare for a career in this field. Students learn mathematics, blueprint reading, physics, plumbing codes, safety, and chemistry. Programs typically include a large hands-on component in which students learn about the various types of pipes and fittings as well as the tools used in the trade. Most graduates end up seeking some type of apprenticeship program after they have worked in the field. Apprenticeships are extended programs, usually lasting 4 years.

Graduates of these programs can work as licensed plumbers or gain employment maintaining irrigation and other types of water systems. Plumbers may work in different areas of the field, such as gas installation, refrigeration, water supply, or pipe welding. Most programs focus on residential or commercial buildings, or a combination of both. Graduates are competent in sheet metal fabrication, soldering, hot water systems, and heating.

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Pipefitting And Plumbing Schools

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