Using a combination of maths and technical drawings, learn how to set out a bathroom using plans to position fixtures with accuracy and in line with current regulations. Learn mild steel welding and brazing using Oxy/Acetylene. Understand how current OHS regulations are applied within a simulated plumbing environment. Develop products to scale in line with technical drawing specifications.

The plumbing trade continues to experience a shortage of skilled workers nationwide. Recent years have seen a shift in industry and consumer demand for sustainable plumbing practices and on-site OHS requirements. The College consults with industry and government reference groups to ensure that our plumbing curriculum remains consistent with emerging trends. Purpose-built facilities demonstrate sustainable plumbing practices; state-of-the-art equipment and practical curriculum design simulate real-world scenarios for hands-on student learning.

Plumbing is for:


Students who want to get a plumbing apprenticeship.


Students interested in the different pathways plumbing has to offer.


Students who like the idea of technical drawings.


Students who like to balance learning theory with practical tasks.

TestimonialsPaddy Fitzgerald (Plumbing Student)

“I started in the arts and I stumbled across plumbing and I think it's stuck. We’ve learned how to do gutters and now starting to do the framework of a hot water system.”

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