CO 8-Hour Package for Colorado Plumbers
Save on this 8-hour package for Colorado plumbers! The package Includes the required code update hours:
- 2021 IPC Update Part 1
- Graywater and POWTS
- Common Problems in Plumbing
CO 2021 IPC Update Part 1
This course teaches Colorado plumbers about the changes found in chapters one through six of the 2021 International Plumbing Code. Topics covered include general regulations, definitions, fixtures, faucets, water heater requirements, and more.
CO 2021 IPC Update Part 2
Colorado plumbers who take this course will learn about the changes found in chapters seven through 15 of the 2021 International Plumbing Code. Lessons cover sanitary drainage, waste requirements, storm drainage, nonpotable water systems, and more.
CO Graywater and POWTS
Instead of a broad survey, this class dives deep into a single topic central to the plumbing trades, including discussions of underlying principles and of best practices. It offers a comprehensive course of study on two related areas, both of which are experiencing rapid changes POWTS (Private Onsite Water Treatment Systems) and systems that reuse graywater.
CO Common Problems in Plumbing
This class provides a brisk and often entertaining survey of the most often cited violations and thorny plumbing areas such as cleanouts, pipe grading, corrosion, handicapped access, and customer abuse of the plumbing system. Along with a discussion of how these problems arise, the class offers tried-and-true strategies for addressing these common problem areas.
CE Requirements to Renew a CO Plumbers License​
- Residential, Journeyman, and Master Plumbers are required to complete eight hours of continuing education each year.​
- Four hours must be code-related​
- No more than two hours can be devoted to safety​
- Continuing Education Requirement: 16 hours every renewal cycle (eight hours required per year).​
State Of Colorado Plumbing License Renewal Deadlines
- Plumbing licenses expire on February 28, every odd year.