Journeyman's Exam: Plumbing Registration repeat

Duration

24 hours

Mode

Face-to-face

Location

City Campus

Cost

$250

Next Intake

2 December

Overview

This exam is for participants who have previously attempted the Plumbing Registration Exams and are required to be examined again in one or more of the following classes of plumbing work:

  • Drainage
  • Gasfitting
  • Mechanical Services
  • Roofing (Stormwater)
  • Sanitary Water Supply

To help you pass your Plumbing Registration Exam, revision classes are held the week before the exams. It is important to reboook ASAP or the VBA may direct you to retraining.

NOTE: Students from TAFE colleges outside of RMIT must contact the VBA to book their exam.

Course content

Revision classes and examination.

Timetable

How to enrol

More details

Prerequisites

Plumbing apprentices who have completed the current Victorian Certificate III in Plumbing training at RMIT or another trade school and previously attempted the Plumbing Registration Exam.

Materials supplied

All relevant materials, assessment equipment and examinations are included.

Materials to bring

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), tools and optional equipment.

Suited to

Suited to information

Additional notes

For more information email Sam LaRocca : Sebastian.larocca@rmit.edu.au

Before coming on campus all students must complete the Australian Government, Department of Health COVID-19 Infection Control online module.

You will need to email this evidence such as PDFf or screenshot of the certificate to vehs@rmit.edu.au and bring evidence that you have done so before you will be allowed into the workshops.

Outcome

At the end of the exam the VBA will notify participants of their results.

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