2022-2023 College Catalog 
    Oct 03, 2023  
2022-2023 College Catalog [***ATTENTION: THIS IS AN ARCHIVED CATALOG***]

CTM 111 - Plumbing

Credits: 3
Lab/Lecture: Three lecture.

This course will define the plumber’s responsibility and introduce the student to the plumbing trade for single and multi-unit family dwelling units. Topics include plumbing plans, safety, plumbing materials and fittings, pipe-joining techniques, drain-waste and vent systems, water supply systems, fixture installations and leak testing as well as plumbing operation and maintenance. Emphasis will be placed on safe operation of all trade tools and equipment and job site safety.
Course Outcomes:
Students will be able to:
  1. assess the plumbing trade as a professional career path;
  2. interpret plumbing plans for single and multi-family dwellings;
  3. determine the appropriate plumbing systems materials and equipment to use for a variety of installation applications;
  4. identify and describe commonly used single and multi-family dwellings system plumbing supplies and equipment;
  5. design basic single and multi-family dwelling units drain, waste, and vent (DWV) and water supply (hot and cold) infrastructure;
  6. install basic DWV and water supply systems with fixtures in portable training module under instructor supervision typically working in teams and then individually for competency mastery.

Grading Option: May be taken for S/U credit.