Plumbing & Piping
|Provider:||North Island College|
|Location:||North Island College - Courtenay Campus|
|Times:||Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 3:30 pm|
|Cost to student:||$1830 textbooks/lab fees gear ~ $250|
C in English 10; or C in two of Composition 10, Creative Writing 10, Literary Studies 10, New Media 10, Spoken Language 10, English First Peoples Writing 10, English First Peoples Literary Studies 10, English First Peoples New Media 10, and English First Peoples Spoken Language 10;
C in one of Principles of Math 10, Apprenticeship & Workplace Math 10, Workplace Math 10, Foundations of Math & Pre-Calculus 10, Applications of Math 11
During the Plumbing and Piping Foundation program, you will complete many theoretical and practical exercises, from work site safety through advanced trade-related skills. Classroom theory, with a combination of practical exercises, will enable you to reach the skill level needed to work in one of the trade areas mentioned.
It is recommended that a student take Metal Metal Mechanical Co-op in thier grade 11 year to prepare for the NIC plumbing program. The NIC plumbing program covers 4 trade areas: plumber, pipefitter/Steamfitter, Sprinkler systems, domestic/commercial gas fitter.
In recent years, graduates have found employment in several different related trades areas, including refrigeration, plumbing, sheet metal, oil burner service, gas fitting, and fire sprinklers. Recent enhancements to the program reflect current requirements of level one piping trades and will provide you with the initial experience required by the majority of employers.
District & NIC Applications, Form and Links
Student Learning Plan - Train In Trades 2019
Sample NIC Train In Trades Application - see your careers department for actual one