Correspondence
Welcome!

You may take your required continuing education via correspondence class.  Our classes are Oregon and Washington State approved plumbing continuing education.  Classes are approved for each state as listed, but must be purchased separately.

How does it work?

Decide which class you want and check out using Pay Pal.  If you prefer to pay by check, please call 503.624.6848 and ask for Pam.

3-5 Business days later you will receive the following package:  DVD or CD with the requested class (may be multiple classes on one disc), Instruction sheet, Questionaire(one per class), Stamped and addressed envelope for the return of the Questionaire, Certificate.

We pay shipping!

Follow the instruction sheet directions- view class, fill out Questionaire, return Questionaire promptly for credit.

Upon receipt of your Questionaire we will submit your name to the State for credit.

Thats it!

Our pay pal set-up:  no extra charges, no pay pal account required, but sometimes pay pal freaks out so either try again a little later or just call us up.  503.624.6848 or email to pam.ditty@comcast.net  Thanks!

Oregon Correspondence Classes NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME

 2017 OR Code Change + Rule & Law    Drainage Systems    Building Sewers     Grease Traps and Interceptors     Plumbing ADA     Plumbing Fixtures      Electric Plumbing Fixtures    Isometric Drawing     Plumbing Bloopers II    Water Distribution Residential     Water Distribution Commercial    Electric Pump Systems     Indirect Waste Receptors

Washington Correspondence Classes

 WA Electric Plumbing Fixtures     WA Isometric Drawing      WA Drainage Systems      WA Plumbing Bloopers     WA ADA Plumbing     WA Water Distribution Residential     WA Water Distribution Commercial     WA Illustrated Code Changes    WA Electric Pump Systems

 

 

 

Oregon requires 8 hours per year of approved plumbing continuing education.  For more information about Oregon continuing education requirements for journeyman plumbers click here

 

Washington requires 8 hours per year of approved plumbing continuing education.  There are specific class requirements.  For more information about Washington continuing education requirements click here