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Building Property Maintenance (Electrical, Plumbing & Heating) (CIP 46.0401)

In the Electrical, Plumbing & Heating Program students will experience hands-on training as well as classroom theory in Basic Residential Wiring, Plumbing, and Heating. During the first year, the student will practice developing basic skills by installing common electrical circuits, fixtures, and equipment as well as basic carpentry skills. The second year will consist of practice in joining common piping systems, fixtures, and equipment. Advanced plumbing systems will be installed during the third year. The student will also practice basic skills needed to install,maintain,and troubleshoot residential oil fired hydronic systems and forced warm air systems. The student will also practice basic skills in the areas of stick arc welding, oxyacetylene cutting, welding, and brazing.

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