Entry level Pipefitters earn on average $18 per hour or $36,720 annually.
- The Pipefitting program is designed to train students for entry-level positions in pipefitting. Pipefitting is the process of taking straight pipe sections and measuring and cutting them to fabricate piping systems.
- Pipefitting fabricators generally install and maintain pipe systems in power and petrochemical plants, as well as heating and cooling systems in large offices buildings. Pipefitters work with a variety of pipe and tubing materials including steel, copper, iron, aluminum, and plastic.
- This 160 hour Pipefitting program has been designed to deliver the skills you need in a short period of time so you can enter this high growth occupation quickly.
Students will be
- OSHA 10 Certified
|Course Name||Course Number||Hours||Location|
|Pipefitting and Process Technician||PFPB 1038||80||ITEC Center|
|Intermediate Technologies for Piping Trades||PFPB 2015||80||ITEC Center|
|Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
|Imelda Martinez – Program Manager
Email Us: [email protected]
Phone: (956) 295-3819
301 Mexico Blvd.