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"The Plumbing 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, as well as installing different types of plumbing material such as copper, CPVC, PEX, PVC, and cast iron. Students will gain knowledge of state codes and requirements." Taken from FTCC's Plumbing website.

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