Are you a problem-solver, perfectionist, and like to work with your hands? If so, a plumbing apprenticeship can lead you to a successful, prosperous career. Plumbers are best known for showing up to a residential location during an emergency such as a pipe burst, but this is only one part of the career. Plumbers are also a huge part of new constructions and commercial settings, consulting blueprints, installing or maintaining pipe systems, and securing different types of fixtures. Upon entrance into the plumbing industry, you may be surprised at how different every day can be and how exciting new projects can feel.
Plumbing Industry Employment Projections
The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the projected employment growth for plumbers is 16 percent, which is much faster than the average. This project employment growth accounts for 480,600 new jobs. The annual mean wage for a plumber in the tri-state area is $76,030.
Plumbing Apprenticeship Program Details
The Plumbing Apprenticeship program at Eastwick College can be completed in 9 months for day classes and 18 months for evening classes and is offered at the Hohokus location. Upon graduation, graduates are prepared to enter the NHPHCC’s apprenticeship program as second-year apprentices and are eligible for OSHA 10 and Aerial Lift Certification.
Although we cannot guarantee employment, Eastwick College gives students the knowledge and skills they need for their future career.