THE OTHER 4 YEAR DEGREE . . .

Get Paid to Work full-time during the day and attended classes in the evening.

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Apprentice Program

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4 Year On-the-Job Training Program

Some amount of post-secondary education is essential to becoming a Journeyman Plumber.  However, on-the-job training is as important as education.  This is what is called an Apprenticeship Program.


DETAILS

Start as an Apprentice

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Learn on the job while in school and be paid while you learn. 

Journeymen are Skilled Workers

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Journeymen have completed their apprenticeship and can handle more complex work and work independently.

Contractors are Experts

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Be someone to handle specialty work or very involved projects.  Licensing is necessary to become an Ohio Plumbing Contractor.

Apprenticeship Classes

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CMPA’s Classes are currently held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from September to April each year.


Currently 110 apprentices enrolled.

(25-30 students per class)


Class Schedule

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Includes:  Code, Repair Work, Local Utility Rules & Regulations, Blueprint Reading, Welding, Soldering, Safety - 30 Hour OSHA and Mock Residential & Commercial Plumbing.



Downloads

Apprentice Application (pdf)

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Contractor Application (pdf)

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Associate Application (pdf)

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Backflow Brochure (pdf)

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Kentucky CEU Aug 27 (pdf)

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