The instructional staff at AC/C TECH consists of individuals who have substantial experience in teaching and helping others. They have worked in the building trades for 10 years or more, or have earned a degree in the trade, or have earned a license in the trade. Some staff members also maintain a professional relationship with other educational institutions and/or governmental agencies. Most importantly, all provide training of the highest quality, encourage cooperation and team work, demonstrate efficiency and productivity, promote good work ethics, and exhibit hard work. Simply stated, this type of guidance in the classroom will have a lifelong effect toward helping students achieve their educational objectives.
This program is designed to help individuals understand plumbing maintenance requirments at homes and apartments. By the end of the program, they will understand the anatomy of a plumbing system, how to repair leaks, replace faucets, install fixtures, service water heaters, open clogged drains, reduce noise problems, minimize odors, and more. Also, they will understand plumbing codes related to the following: administration and enforcement, material regulations, joints and connections, sanitary and drainage systems, vents, traps, interceptors, drain pipe cleanouts, water supply and distributions, etc. In addition, they will understand details about plumbing drawings and diagrams, how to use tools for the trade, and new plumbing products.
GENERAL ADMISSIONS - There are no admission forms or documentation that needs completing other than completing the course/program registration before attending classes. If a student wishes to transfer credit from another institution, an official transcript from that institution must be provided.