Apprenticeships Courses

APPR 9713, Plastering Apprentice

Study of and practice in the trade of plastering as required by the apprenticeship program established by the local joint apprentice program established by the local joint apprenticeship committee and approved by the Division of Apprenticeship Standards Department of Industrial Relations, State of California. Related instruction includes: safety, mathematics, hand tools, equipment, materials, mixing, applying plaster, blueprint reading, bases, fireproofing, problems, and repairs, exterior insulation finish systems (EIFS) and finishes. Seventy-two (72) hours per semester, 576 Hours of related and supplemental instruction for this four (4) year apprenticeship.

Units: 0
Credit type: Noncredit
APPR 9714, Plumbing Apprentice

The practice and study of skills and knowledge required for entry level employment as a journeyperson in the plumbing industry. Instruction includes occupational hazards, safety, first aid, CPR, blueprint reading, use of basic drawings, common cutting and welding practices, gas and arc welding, soldering, brazing, residential plumbing repairs and installations, troubleshooting residential plumbing problems and recommended industrial practices.

Units: 0
Credit type: Noncredit
APPR 9715, Refrigeration/Air Conditioning

PREREQ.: Pass the UA Local 38 (Plumbing) apprentice exam

Required for preparation for employment as a journey person in refrigeration/air conditioning industry. Classroom instruction (6 hrs/wk over 10 semesters) supplements on-the-job training apprentices receive. Theoretical instruction and practice of performance skills are specified by the standards established by the joint apprenticeship committee and approved by the Division of Apprenticeship Standard, Department of Industrial Relations, State of California.

Units: 0
Credit type: Noncredit
APPR 9721, Steamfitter Apprentice

PREREQ.: Pass the UA Local 38 (Plumbing) apprentice exam

Required for preparation for employment as a journey person in steamfitting. Classroom instruction (6 hrs/wk over 10 semesters) supplements the on-the-job training apprentices receive. Theoretical instruction and practice of performance skills are specified by the standards established by the joint apprenticeship committee and approved by the Division of Apprenticeship Standard, Department of Industrial Relations, State of California.

Units: 0
Credit type: Noncredit