This 12 hour course is specifically designed for plumbers in the state of Utah. The course covers the significant changes to the 2015 IPC and reviews the Utah amendments to the model code. We then address two different topics for the elective portion of the course. The first topic is safety in the field of plumbing. Most regulations deal with new construction and fail to mention the dangers that a plumber just considers "his office". The course then ends with a discussion of the newest trends, techniques, and regulations regarding one of the oldest forms of plumbing, Rainwater Harvesting.
Be up-to-date on the plumbing code as it's applied in Utah. This is a Core topic.
Have a clearer understanding of the additional regulations that govern plumbing in the state.
Have been introduced to many sources for additional ongoing education; and
Be familiar with the best ways to find the relevant codes, regulations, and resources provided by the DOPL, DEQ, and other agencies.
This 2 hour course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering changes made to Chapter 2 of the 2017 NEC. The course has been approved by the State of Minnesota and will be reviewing code for the following subject - Wiring & Protection.
This course is designed to help you meet your continuing education requirements by covering changes made to Chapters 1 & 8-9 of the 2017 NEC. The course has been approved by the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation (TDLR) and will be reviewing code for the following subjects:
General & Definitions
Wiring and Protection
Tables & Informative Annexes
Administrative Rules of the TDLR
High-Voltage Safety - Arc-Flash Hazard
This course package provides 8 hours of Kentucky Division of Plumbing approved continuing education.
This package is designed for both journeyman and master plumbers. This class will help both master and journeyman plumbers stay up-to-date with some of the latest developments in plumbing technology and how those changes are reflected in the current code books. Also, if you have a plumbing business, craft and enforce better workplace safety and consumer protection or, if you work for a plumbing company, it will help you foster and pursue safer workplace.
Package Contents Include:
2017 Statewide Codes for Plumbers in Kentucky Course (5 Hours Code)
Safety Training for Kentucky Plumbers Course (3 Hours Job Safety)
Division of Plumbing Course #: PLBCEC-30001 & PLBCEC-30002
Approved for Journeyman & Master Plumbers