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An apprentice may enroll in the program at any time during the year. The school year runs from August through May. If the apprentice enrolls after school is started they will be able to earn on the job training but their curriculum credit won’t start until the next school year. The enrollment allows for the application process to begin so that they can get their apprentice license and work under a licensed journeyman.

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3535 E Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46201

What is An Apprentice Plumber?

The State of Indiana defines an apprentice plumber as an individual “who is learning the plumbing trade; and is under the direction and immediate supervision of a licensed plumbing contractor or a licensed journeyman plumber.” Indiana dictates that the apprentice must be licensed to act as an apprentice plumber. In order to qualify to take the journeyman plumber examination the apprentice must provide evidence that the applicant has completed at least four years in an apprenticeship program approved by the State.

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Why Choose Mechanical Skills?

Mechanical Skills, Inc. provides a high quality 4-year training program. The curriculum is written by a team of contractors, educators, and code and industry experts. The instructors are contractors who have had real-world experience combined with instructor facilitation training.In 2010, Mechanical Skills instructor, Paul Hallam, was named CONTRACTOR magazines national “Plumbing Instructor of the Year.”

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Online Apprentice Program

Contractors who are outside Marion County and the surrounding counties, you can register your apprentices in the Mechanical Skills online program. Contact the Mechanical Skill office for details.

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