• PLEASE NOTE A CHANGE IN SCHEDULE-- Due to anticipated construction for the SPRING 2019 semester, 1st and 3rd year students will now be going on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 2nd and 4th year students will go on Mondays and Wednesdays.                                                                                      Registration ends on Nov. 19th for current students.  New students should register by Dec. 15th to ensure we have enough teachers and space. The next semester will begin on January 2nd for 2nd and 4th yr. students and January 3rd for 1st and 3rd yr. students .

 Our school/office is located at:   3128 ALLENDALE STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA 15204 (SHERADEN)

We are offering an initial certification Backflow Class beginning on January 15th. It will be on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Please call or email us for more details. You MUST be registered by December 7th.

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412.923.1023

About the Program

Apprenticeship Program Quick Facts

  • Provides for a 4-year apprenticeship
  • Specifies at least 576 hours of related information
  • Provides supervision of classes by a School Review Committee
  • Committee and Joint Apprenticeship Committees
  • Controls plumbing apprenticeship through advisory committees – masters and journeymen
  • Recognizes the fundamental principle that plumbing work should be done only by properly qualified journeymen plumbers, assisted by apprentices, employed under the supervision of a Master Plumber
  • Establishes a permanent uniform national plan of plumber-apprentice training, under control of the trade
  • Apprentices are taught the proper attitude toward work and employer with particular emphasis on the importance of safety and responsibility to the public
  • The apprentice must understand the laws pertaining to plumbing, including the administration of those laws
  • Discussions encouraged on sanitary plumbing health hazards and its effects on the environment
  • Must be 18 years of age to register.

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