Utah Plumbing Continuing Education
We are approved to offer continuing education by the Utah Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing.
Our Utah 12 hour plumbers CE course is exactly what you need to renew. All of our courses can be completed At Your Pace Online to help you meet the state's requirements to maintain your license. Once you finish your course we will report the completion to the Utah DOPL. Rush reporting is available upon request, and whether regular or expedited, reporting is always free.
Utah 12 Hour Complete CE Package for Plumbers
This course for the Utah plumber is the complete package for your license renewal! It contains all 12 hours of continuing education, and satisfies state requirements for both core and professional topics, covering:
- Changes to the 2015 IPC
- Utah Amendments to the 2015 IPC
- Common Problems for Plumbers
Each topic works together to provide the information necessary for you to stay up-to-date on the national and state regulations, and trains you for problem-solving on the jobsite, so you can work with confidence in Utah.
Utah 12 Hour Plumber 2018 IPC Update CE Course
This 12-hour state-approved course covers every significant change made to the 2018 IPC and the amendments made to the 2018 IPC when Utah adopted it as the new plumbing code for the state, effective July 1, 2019. It is comprised of the following four classes:
- Utah - 4-Hour Class on Changes to the 2018 IPC Chapters 1-6;
- 4-Hour Changes to the 2018 IPC [Ch. 7-15] & Utah Amendments to the 2018 IPC;
- 3-Hour OSHA Safety Training for Plumbers; and
- 1-Hour Survey of Rainwater Harvesting for Utah Plumbers
Utah 12 Hour Plumber 2015 IPC Update CE Course
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.
Utah 2015 IPC: Chapters 1-9 (4 Hours Code)
This course counts as 4 hours of Code/Core credit and deals with the first 9 chapters of the 2015 IPC model code. Some of the topics that will be discussed are:
- General Regulations
- Water Supply & Distribution
- Structural Safety
Utah 2015 IPC: Chapters 10-15 & UT Amendments (4 Hours Code)
This course will meet 4 hours of Code/Core credit to help you renew your Utah Plumbing License. In this course we cover changes to the last half of the model code and the UT amendments to the entire model code. Some of the topics that will be covered are:
- Traps, Interceptors, and Separators
- Green Plumbing Practices
- Amendments to the 2015 IPC for UT Plumbers
Utah Plumbing Safety & Rainwater Harvesting (4 Hours Professional)
This course is designed to give a Plumbing License holder 4 hours of Professional Credit Hours. The course covers safety in the field of plumbing and rainwater harvesting techniques. The course will address topics such as:
- Hazardous Substances & Environmental Risks
- Physical Hazards
- Advantages of Rainwater Harvesting
- Components of a Rainwater Catchment System
Utah 4 Hour Common Problems for Plumbers (4 Hours Professional)
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.
Utah 4 Hour Graywater & POWTS (4 Hours Professional)
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.
Utah 4 Hour Water Heaters Plumbing CE (4 Hours Professional)
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 all aspects of residential water heaters.
Utah 2018 IPC: Chapters 1-6 (4 Hours Code)
This 4-hour state-approved class covers the 50 most significant changes made to Chapters 1 through 6 of the 2018 IPC during the 2015 to 2018 code review cycle. The class uses a cut-and-paste format that makes each change easy to follow along with a discussion to illuminates what the change means.
Utah 2018 IPC: Chapters 7-15 and UT Amendments (4 Hours Code)
This 4-hour state-approved class presents the significant changes made to Chapters 7 through 15 of the 2018 IPC, and the amendments made to the 2018 IPC when Utah adopted it as the new plumbing code for the state, effective July 1, 2019.
Utah 4 Hour Sanitary Drainage Systems (4 Hours Professional)
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 can cause ample problems if not properly installed and maintained sanitary drainage piping and grease interceptors.
Utah 2018 IPC: UT Amendments Edition (2 Hours Code)
This 2-hour state-approved class covers every one of the more than 70 amendments made to the 2018 IPC when Utah adopted it as the new plumbing code for the state, effective July 1, 2019.
Utah 2015 IPC: UT Amendments Edition (2 Hours of Code)
This course is just for Utah Plumbers and discusses amendments that the state board has made to the 2015 IPC model code. In this course we will cover amendments such as:
- Gray Water Handling
- Max Flow & Water Consumption
- Rainwater Harvesting Regulations
CE Requirements to Renew a UT Plumbers License
- Licensed Utah plumbers are required to have 12 total hours of continuing education.
- 8 of the hours must be on Core topics
- 4 of the hours may be either Core or professional topics
- Licensed plumbers are apprentice plumbers, journeyman plumbers, master plumbers, residential journeyman plumbers, and residential master plumbers.