Fayetteville Technical Community College
Program

Plumbing



The Plumbing program is a one-year diploma program. The curriculum places an emphasis on hands-on practice in the lab and on live projects in the community to prepare students with the skills needed to layout plumbing systems in residential and small commercial buildings.

The Plumbing program is a member of the Fayetteville Area Plumbing Contractor’s Association in partnership with many area employers.

Course work includes:

  • Installing various plumbing fixtures such as bathtubs, sinks, and lavatories

  • Interpretation of blueprints

  • Sketching diagrams

  • Slab and crawl space rough in

  • Plus, installing different types of plumbing material such as copper, CPVC, PEX, PVC, and cast iron.

Students will gain knowledge of state codes and requirements.

Graduates should qualify for employment at parts supply houses, maintenance companies, and plumbing contractors to assist with various plumbing applications.

For more information contact Stephen Bullard at (910) 678-8522 or bullards@faytechcc.edu.

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Established in 1961 as the Fayetteville Area Industrial Education Center, FTCC includes a 150-acre Fayetteville campus, a 10-acre Spring Lake campus, a location in the Bragg Training and Education Center (BTEC) on Fort Bragg, and various outlying educational centers.

FTCC has 11,000 curriculum students, 24,000 continuing education students, 800 full-time employees, and 600 part-time employees.

FTCC offers 280+ associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates.