These are the requirements for a plumbing apprentice for completion of the Plumbing Apprenticeship Program, as set by The U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship.
6.400 Hours of On-the-Job Training
1,600 per year for a four-year period
576 Hours of School Related Training
144 hours per year for a four-year period
Each employer sponsor is responsible for enrolling the apprentice into the program and making it possible for the apprentice to acquire on the job training hours and allowing the opportunity for the apprentice to attend classes.
What is O.A.?
The U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship (formerly known as BAT).
Mechanical Skills, Inc. is an approved Office of Apprenticeship (O.A.) plumbing apprenticeship training program.
Contact Mechanical Skills Plumbing Apprenticeship School today to register and start your path towards becoming an approved plumber.
An apprentice plumber is 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.” – as defined by The State of Indiana
Mechanical Skills, Inc.
Plumbing Apprenticeship School
3535 E Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46201
Phone: (317) 352-1189
Fax: (317) 352-1867
Mon-Wed-Fri: 8:00am – 4:00pm