CT Plumbing Continuing Education
The Construction Education Center is an official provider (#1275) of Continuing Education classes for plumbers in the state of Connecticut. It is mandatory for licensed plumbers to attend continuing education classes for a total of 5 or 7 CE hours for license renewal. Journeymen are required to complete 5 hours of continuing education every odd numbered year as a condition of license renewal. Contractors must complete 7 hours of continuing education every even numbered year as a condition of license renewal.
For more information about continuing education, visit the state Department of Consumer Protection website,www.ct.gov/dcp,or call us at (860) 529-5886.
For class schedules, registration, and pricing you can contact the Construction Education Center at (800) 358-8825 or visit their website atwww.thinkconstruction.org.
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