Continuing Education For Colorado Plumbers

We are proud to be the first Attesting CE Provider for Colorado and we are honored to serve the plumbing professionals of this great state beginning in 2021.

Effective May 1, 2021, all licensed Residential, Journeyman, and Master Plumbers must complete eight (8) hours of Continuing Education (CE) every twelve months in order to renew a license (with limited exceptions for those who recently completed a plumbing exam).  A minimum of eight (8) hours of CE must be completed every 12 months during the license cycle. Within every twenty-four month period, a minimum of four (4) CE hours must be related to codes and no more than two (2) hours will be accepted in CE courses related to safety training.

If holding multiple licenses issued by the Board, completion of CE requirements for the most advanced license shall satisfy the requirements for all lesser licenses as well.  See the Colorado DORA/DPO State Plumbing Board site for full details.

These courses are online self-paced, 4 credit hours per course, with two courses published each year.  Each course is available for credit for at least two years after release, so simply select a different option each time to avoid duplicate credits.  Colorado does not accept or maintain continuing education records but may request a copy of your completion certificate at the time of license renewal.

 

Spring/Summer 2021

CODE:  Sanitary Drainage
CODE: Critical Definitions
SAFETY: Costs of Safety
CORE: Backflow Devices

Now Available! **

 

 

Fall/Winter 2021

CODE:  Vents
CODE: Gas Pipe Sizing
SAFETY: Tunneling
CORE: Medical Gas

Now Available! **

 

 

Spring/Summer 2022

CODE:  TBD
CODE: TBD
SAFETY: TBD
CORE: TBD

Coming April ’22

 

 

Fall/Winter 2022

CODE:  TBD
CODE: TBD
SAFETY: TBD
CORE: TBD

Coming October ’22

 

** Together, these provide the 8 hours of education required during the 12 months before the license cycle ending in February 2022.

 


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