(Left to correct) Terrell Anderson, Larry D. Moore, Jean Reynolds, Frederick Watson and William Todd Hand, Jr., of Bainbridge (not pictured) Zane A. White of Donalsonville.
The Business office of Economic Development at SRTC-Bainbridge not long ago regarded its 1st cohort of Expert Plumbing graduates. The method began April 13 with on the web periods, and featured arms-on, in-individual labs during the study course. With on the net and in-particular person classes scheduled on nights and weekends, this class was developed to satisfy the demands of busy professionals, according to Financial Enhancement Director Susanne Reynolds. In addition to instruction and schooling in Plumbing, the 160-hour method provided supplementary Forklift Certification and First Help + CPR + Heartsaver AED certification training. The plan concluded August 5.
The Plumbing Specialist plan was designed to introduce trainees to installation, routine maintenance, and repair of quite a few unique kinds of pipe methods. Instructors Dennis Miller and Leonard DeMarco taught the trainees a variety of matters such as plumbing basic safety, applications of the plumbing trade, plumbing math, plumbing drawings, plastic pipe and fittings, copper tube and fittings, solid-iron pipe and fittings, carbon metal pipe and fittings, plumbing fixtures, DWV (drain, squander, and vent) techniques, and h2o distribution methods.
Participant Todd Hand stated, “The Plumbing Qualified software was instrumental in introducing the essential and intermediate rules of the plumbing trade. I actually liked the in-individual labs due to the fact we were being capable to get a feel for the instruments and techniques that ended up taught in the on the web class. My approach is to assistance good friends and family members with uncomplicated plumbing duties, and finally turn out to be qualified as a learn plumber.”
The future Plumbing Specialist method will start off in January of 2022. The course will satisfy in a digital classroom on Monday and Wednesday evenings via April 27, and will meet for eight palms-on labs at SRTC-Bainbridge on Saturdays. While this plan is not suitable for classic economical aid, funding may well be offered for members who qualify.
For more info about the future Plumbing Professionals program, please make contact with Susanne Reynolds, Director of Economic Development at SRTC-Bainbridge by contacting (229) 243-3011 or emailing [email protected] Information and facts and registration could also be located by checking out https://southernregional.edu/financial-advancement.