Apprenticeship: Plumbing

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    Plumbing I

    $760.00
    Tuesdays & Thursdays (156 Hours)
    6:30 pm to 9:30 pm Neptune Annex
    October 5, 2021-April 28, 2022
    Plumbing I is the first year of a four-year training program. This is a theory class. Books, supplies and personal safety equipment are not included. Certificates will not be issued for attendance less than 144 hrs. Topics covered: carbon steel pipe and fittings, plumbing tools, cast-iron pipe and fittings, intro to plumbing math, fixtures and faucets, intro to plumbing drawings, intro to drain, waste and vent (DWV) systems, plastic pipe and fittings, copper pipe and fittings, and intro to water distribution systems. ...read more
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    Plumbing II

    $760.00
    Mondays & Wednesdays (156 Hours)
    6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Career Center
    September 27, 2021-April 13, 2022
    Plumbing II is the second year of a four-year training program. The program is focused on the needs of the plumbing apprentice. This is a theory class. Books, supplies and personal safety equipment are not included. Prerequisite: Plumbing I. Certificates will not be issued for attendance less than 144 hrs. Topics covered: reading commercial drawings, intermediate math, installing & testing DWV piping, installing water heaters, installing & testing water supply piping. ...read more
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    Plumbing III

    $760.00
    Mondays and Wednesdays (156 Hours)
    6:30 pm to 9:30 pm Neptune AnnexMondays and Wednesdays (156 Hours) 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm Neptune Annex September 27, 2021-April 13, 2022 September 27, 2021-April 13, 2022
    Plumbing III is the third year of a four-year training program. This is a theory class. Books, supplies and personal safety equipment are not included. Prerequisite: Plumbing II. Certificates will not be issued for attendance less than 144 hrs. Topics covered: intro to regional & local plumbing codes, fixture rough-in, backflow preventers, advance math for plumbers, installing water supply piping, types of vents and venting, thawing frozen water pipes, indirect & special waste, sizing, piping, venting natural gas systems, and portable water system. ...read more
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    Plumbing IV

    $760.00
    Tuesdays and Thursdays (156 Hours)
    6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Tinton Falls
    September 28, 2021-April 14, 2022
    Plumbing IV is the fourth year of a four-year training program. This is a theory class. Books, supplies, and personal safety equipment not included. Prerequisite: Plumbing III. Certificates will not be issued for attendance less than 144 hrs. Topics covered: plumbing theory, on-the-job task organization, sizing storm drainage, sizing vents, sizing drainage systems, combination waste & vent systems, sizing water supply pipes, servicing plumbing fixtures, installing pools/hot tubs, compressed air piping, hydronic heating, private waste disposals, private water supply, mobile home plumbing and mobile home parks. ...read more
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    Wastewater-Treatment Plant Operator Apprenticeship

    $2,150.00

    Year One:
    Waste/Water Water Technology (Introduction)
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    Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays (45 sessions)
    5:00 pm to 9:00 pm Tinton Falls
    September 20,2021-January 11,2022 - $1,350

    Year Two:
    Advanced Waste Water (Introduction)
    Prerequisite: Water/Waster Water Technology or S-1 License.
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    Mondays & Wednesdays (23 sessions)
    5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
    September 20, 2021-December 13, 2022 - $400

    Year Three:
    Advanced Collections
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    Tuesdays & Thursdays (13 sessions)
    5:00pm to 9:00 pm Aberdeen
    September 21, 2021-December 14, 2021 - $400

    This 315-hour apprenticeship program focuses on operations in sewage treatment, sludge processing, and disposal equipment in wastewater treatment to control flow and processing of sewage. Topics that will be covered include: monitoring control panels, adjusting valves and gates manually or by remote control to regulate sewage flow, observing variation in operating conditions and interpreting meter and gauge readings, and test results to determine load requirements, starting and stopping pumps, engines, and generators to control flow of raw sewage through filtering, settling, aeration and sludge digestion processes. Other mechanical duties covered as assigned. This is a three-year ...read more
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