A student who successfully completes the Plumbing and Pipe Trades CVE program will receive level one apprenticeship certification in plumbing and can seek employment as an apprentice plumber, steam fitter, sprinkler and fire protection installer, gas fitter, pipeline or oilfield worker, welder, waste water technician, or HVAC tech. Plumbing and Pipe Trades graduates are typically employed by contractors, oilfield companies, plumbing shops, wholesale suppliers, and building maintenance contractors.
This CVE program begins in grade 11 (second semester) and finishes in grade 12 (first semester).
Students can earn up to 8 high school credits, graduate from high school, as well as attain level one apprenticeship certification in plumbing. The program is open to high school students as well as those who have already graduated or left school.
All in a day’s work… this two semester course is a combination of in-class theory and on-the-job training. You will be working in the industry four days a week – so when a potential employer asks if you have any experience, you can confidently answer YES!