Plumber

Career Outlook

Your New Career

As a Plumber, you'll enjoy the freedom of working in old and new houses and installing or repairing plumbing systems. With new houses being erected daily, and old houses constantly needing plumbing repairs, plumbers are almost always in demand and can command top dollar for their services.

Plumbers work for mechanical and plumbing contractors in new construction, repair, modernization, or maintenance. They also work for industrial, commercial, and government employers. Many plumbers run their own businesses. Job opportunities for plumbers are projected to increase more than 15% through 2018.*

Your New Skills

You'll learn every important part of being a Plumber.
  • You'll learn the important skills plumbers use on the job every day.
  • You'll learn how to read and interpret blueprints and floor plans.
  • You'll learn about the different types of pipes and plumbing systems.
  • You'll learn how to use soldering tools, power tools, and hand tools.
  • You'll learn the latest building codes, techniques, and standards of the plumbing business.

Your New Diploma

Earn your Plumber Career Diploma at home in as little as nine months by studying just an hour a day for your new career. Expert instructors and support staff – dedicated to helping you complete your coursework – will be just a phone call or email away.

Get more information today. Contact us or enroll online and you could be working on your first lesson – and toward a new career – in a matter of minutes!

* Growth figures represent a ten-year period ending 2018. Source: "National Industry-Occupation Employment Matrix," a publication of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.