Kentucky Plumbing Continuing Education


We are the first provider approved by the Kentucky Division of Plumbing to offer online CE. Enroll now to take your CE at your convenience and your own pace (Kentucky Division of Plumbing Provider #PLBCEP-0030). Once you complete your course we will report the completion of your continuing education the next Monday or by request. Rush reporting is available.

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CE Requirements to Renew a KY Plumbers License


  • In the state of Kentucky, licensed Master & Journeyman plumbers are required to have 8 total hours of continuing education.
  • Journeyman need 2 hours on job safety and 6 hours on approved topics. Masters need 8 hours on approved topics.

Kentucky 8 Hour Plumbing CE Package (8 Hours)

8 Hour Course $ 99.00

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


2017 Statewide Codes for Plumbers in Kentucky (5 Hours Code)

5 Hour Course $ 65.00

This course is approved for 5 credit hours of Continuing Education by the Kentucky Division of Plumbing

This AYPO continuing education class for master and journeyman plumbers in Kentucky is based on the 2013 Kentucky State Plumbing Code. 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.The course will also cover the the 22 basic principles of the Code which promote safe and sanitary practices. Lastly, we?ll talk about energy conservation practices, and how to be compliant with the International Energy Conservation Code.

Course Contents Include:

  • The Kentucky Administrative Regulations

  • KBC, KRC, IMC, IECC, NEC, etc

  • The 22 Principles on which the Kentucky Plumbing Code is based

  • Permits and fees

  • Minimum Fixture Requirements

  • Lead-Free Rules and Green Plumbing

  • Plumbing Fixtures

Division of Plumbing Course #: PLBCEC-30001

Approved for Journeyman & Master Plumbers


Safety Training for Kentucky Plumbers (3 Hours Job Safety)

3 Hour Course $ 40.00

This course is approved for 3 credit hours of Continuing Education by the Kentucky Division of Plumbing

This AYPO continuing education class for master and journeyman plumbers in Kentucky is based on OSHA regulations as well as recommendations by NIOSH, the EPA, and safety experts from private and nonprofit organizations. This class will help you, 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.

Course Contents Include:

  • An overview of workplace safety

  • Hazardous substances

  • Combustibles, including fuel gas and hydrogen sulfide

  • Biohazards, including raw sewage and environmental hazards

  • Physical strains

  • Physical hazards

  • A summary of hazards and safety recommendations

Division of Plumbing Course #: PLBCEC-30002

Approved for Journeyman & Master Plumbers


KY 1 Hour Rainwater Harvesting

1 Hour Course $ 14.00

This 1 hour class provides plumbers in Kentucky with a broad based introduction to every element of rainwater harvesting, including the history, the costs and benefits, and how each component of the system affects the system?s overall design and effectiveness.

The class also presents some recommendations for how to get the best results for each type of system.

Course ID: PLBCEC-30004