Connecticut Technical Education and Career System’s Plumbing, Heating and Cooling course breakdown by grade. Each student is required to complete four years of a Career Technical Education program.
Students successfully completing this course of study will be able to pursue a two- or a four-year engineering degree. Students can obtain immediate employment in the plumbing, heating and cooling field. Employment opportunities include: residential and commercial heating and air conditioning apprenticeship in installation and service, refrigeration mechanic, sheet metal apprentice, sheet metal design, gas system technician, oil burner technician, sales representative, wholesale supply representative, appliance repair technician, residential and commercial plumbing and heating apprenticeship, sprinkler-fitters apprenticeship, pipe-fitters apprenticeship, steamfitters apprenticeship, gasfitters apprenticeship, estimators, plumbing and heating service technician, plumbing and heating maintenance, plumbing and heating sales representative and wholesale supply representative.