PHCC – Massachusetts Continuing Education for Plumbers
Massachusetts Continuing Education for Plumbers – Session 7, This Year’s Program
The new continuing education program for the next license renewal cycle are called Session 7 and is available now. Credits obtained from attending these classes will be applied towards the May 2016 license renewal. The appropriate time to attend and fulfill this requirement is anytime during the months May 2014 through April 2015. PHCC of MA encourages you to register early to secure a convenient date and location. The majority of their classes will be held on Saturdays (8-8:30) in various towns throughout Massachusetts and in Nashua NH. Several dinner classes (5-9:00) will also be offered through PHCC of MA chapters. Non-members may also attend if space permits. To get more information on Massachusetts Continuing Education go to http://www.phccma.org/local.html.
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