Introduction to Plumbing

There are 2 different start dates for this course.

Introduction to Plumbing

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  • Course Code: PLR0ITP001 (171A)
  • Prospectus Title: Introduction to Plumbing
  • Mode of Study: PART-TIME
  • Duration: 5 Weeks (3. hours per week)
  • Start Date: 27 February, 2018

Entry requirements

An interest in learning general plumbing skills

Who is it for?

This is for members of the public that want to learn basic plumbing skills that will benefit them in their own homes. There is no natural progression after this course, due to it being a leisure course.

What does the course involve?

You will learn basic skills such as soldering, pipe bending and other methods of joining pipes. You will also learn how to drain down and remove radiators for decorating purposes. You will learn how to change taps, tap washers and ball valves along with basic guttering and general bathroom maintenance.

Additional qualification

None.

How is the course assessed?

N/A

Additional costs

Tools and materials are provided but safety footwear will be required for practical lessons in the workshop.

What do I do next?

Some of our courses may have entry qualifications and you may need to have an informal chat with the tutor to check it is appropriate for you - this will be clear in the Other Details area. You are able to enrol at the College in person or by phone on 01743 342333 between 9.00am-5.00pm Monday - Thursday and 9.00am-4.30pm on Friday. You can also enrol and chat to staff at our advice / enrolment events which happen throughout the year or use our Live Chat.

You will be required to pay your course fees at the time of enrolment, so please ensure that you bring an appropriate payment method with you, (as well as appropriate evidence if you are eligible to have any fees waived).

Other details

No entry requirements. No concessions.

If you are aged 19 or over you may have to pay some tuition fees.

This can be clarified by ringing Course Advice on 01743 342333.

Day of week Start Time End Time
Day 1 Tuesday 6:00pm 9:00pm

Introduction to Plumbing

Print
  • Course Code: PLR0ITP001 (171B)
  • Prospectus Title: Introduction to Plumbing
  • Mode of Study: PART-TIME
  • Duration: 5 Weeks (3. hours per week)
  • Start Date: 24 April, 2018

Entry requirements

An interest in learning general plumbing skills

Who is it for?

This is for members of the public that want to learn basic plumbing skills that will benefit them in their own homes. There is no natural progression after this course, due to it being a leisure course.

What does the course involve?

You will learn basic skills such as soldering, pipe bending and other methods of joining pipes. You will also learn how to drain down and remove radiators for decorating purposes. You will learn how to change taps, tap washers and ball valves along with basic guttering and general bathroom maintenance.

Additional qualification

None.

How is the course assessed?

N/A

Additional costs

Tools and materials are provided but safety footwear will be required for practical lessons in the workshop.

What do I do next?

Some of our courses may have entry qualifications and you may need to have an informal chat with the tutor to check it is appropriate for you - this will be clear in the Other Details area. You are able to enrol at the College in person or by phone on 01743 342333 between 9.00am-5.00pm Monday - Thursday and 9.00am-4.30pm on Friday. You can also enrol and chat to staff at our advice / enrolment events which happen throughout the year or use our Live Chat.

You will be required to pay your course fees at the time of enrolment, so please ensure that you bring an appropriate payment method with you, (as well as appropriate evidence if you are eligible to have any fees waived).

Other details

No entry requirements. No concessions.

If you are aged 19 or over you may have to pay some tuition fees.

This can be clarified by ringing Course Advice on 01743 342333.

Day of week Start Time End Time
Day 1 Tuesday 6:00pm 9:00pm
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