Washington Plumber Continuing Education Courses

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Choosing a Washington plumber continuing education course is easy with CE Made Simple.  You will need your state plumbing license number and an account with us.  Your account will track all of your course completions and provide certificates.  To begin, select your course below.

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Washington Plumber Continuing Education Courses

The following courses are APPROVED by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries.


Course # Washington Plumber CE Course Title Price Credit Hours
WA2016370 codebook_icon_small UPC® Review Questions – 8 Hour $75 8 CE Hours (Code) Add to cart
WA2016366 codebook_icon_smallUPC® Review Questions – 4 Hour $59.95 4 CE Hours (Code) Add to cart
WA2016338 illustrated_icon_small Basic Electrical for Plumbers $59.95 4 CE Hours (IRE) Add to cart
  16 Hour Bundle Deal
Includes all 3 courses above
$130 16 Hours Add to cart

codebook_icon_small – Codebook Recommended

illustrated_icon_small – Fully Illustrated Course

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State of Washington Plumber Continuing Education Requirements


 

State of Washington Plumber Continuing Education Requirements:

All journeyman and residential specialty plumbers must obtain 16 hours of approved Washington plumber continuing education within a two-year cycle.

Plumber trainees must complete 8 out of the required 16 every year.  Courses must be Washington Continuing Education approved and must be taken during the renewal cycle.

All Available CE Made Simple Courses have been pre-approved!

Within each two-year cycle, a plumber must complete these requirements:

  1. A Minimum of 8 hours of Plumbing Code Related Training, plus
  2. A Minimum of 4 hours Industry-Related Electrical (IRE), plus
  3. 4 additional hours from Code-related, IRE, or Industry-Related Plumbing.

Visit Washington State Department of Labor and Industries’ Official Website HERE for more plumber continuing education information.

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