Today's plumber needs the knowledge and skills that will enable him or her to work on projects that range from residential homes to large nuclear plants.
While their work still may include unclogging drains or installing appliances, today more than ever, plumbers are being called upon to do increasingly complex work. They need to be able to read blueprints, think creatively and solve problems.
In addition to the comprehensive five year apprenticeship, you'll have the opportunity to advance your career through UA's continuing education process and be able to specialize in fields such as:
As a UA plumber, you become part of an elite workforce - a workforce that promises to be the safest, most productive and highly trained in the industry. And, we can back up those promises with proof!