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Plumbers & Pipe Fitters Apprentice Training
To reach journeyman status, an apprentice has to graduate from an extensive five-year training program. The five-year program consists of five one-year segments that includes 2,000 hours of continuous on-the-job training and a minimum of 216 hours of related classroom instruction.
  • Training Includes:
    • Care and Use of Tool (480 hours)
    • Rigging and Signaling (360 hours)
    • Builders Level and Transit (480 hours)
    • Oxy-Acetylene Cutting and Welding (480 hours)
    • Shield Metal Arc Welding (480 hours)
    • Gas Systems (380 hours)
    • Soldering & Brazing (400 hours)
    • Domestic Water Systems (960 hours)
    • Drainage (960 hours)
    • Plumbing Fixture Installation (600 hours)
    • Basic Electricity (360 hours)
    • Refrigeration Systems (480 hours)
    • Air Conditioning (620 hours)
    • Pneumatic Controls (300 hours)
    • Industrial Process Piping (1100 hours)
    • Low and High Pressure Boilers (840 hours)
    • Pipe Supports and Hangers (720 hours)
To learn more information regarding Plumbers & Pipe Fitters Apprenticeships, please refer to Plumbers & Pipe Fitters Local Union 354's website, www.lu354.com for more details.
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