Get Paid to Work full-time during the day and attended classes in the evening.
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.
Learn on the job while in school and be paid while you learn.
Journeymen have completed their apprenticeship and can handle more complex work and work independently.
Be someone to handle specialty work or very involved projects. Licensing is necessary to become an Ohio Plumbing Contractor.
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)
Includes: Code, Repair Work, Local Utility Rules & Regulations, Blueprint Reading, Welding, Soldering, Safety - 30 Hour OSHA and Mock Residential & Commercial Plumbing.