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Vermont Plumber License General FAQ

Who needs to be licensed for plumbing in Vermont?

Individuals must be licensed to perform any type of plumbing work without a licensed supervisor.

What are the types of plumbing licenses available in Vermont?
  • Journeyman
  • Master
How do I become a journeyman plumber in Vermont?
  1. Meet state requirements
    • Include Certificate of Completion provided by the Vermont State Apprenticeship Council,
    • A certified statement of licensure or completed apprenticeship from another state acceptable to the board,
    • OR Document showing successful completion of the instruction, training an experience in or out of the state acceptable to the board (to include at least 12,000 hours).
      All hours must be documented by affidavits from a licensed Master Plumber.
  2. Complete a Journeyman License Application
  3. Pay the $90 Application Fee
  4. Pass the Journeyman Plumber Exam - Study before you test!
How do I become a master plumber in Vermont?
  1. Meet state requirements
    • Licensed as a Vermont Journeyman for at least 12 months
    • OR Currently licensed outside the state for 1 year equal to a Vermont Journeyman
    • OR Any person who completes an application for a Master License and documents successful completion of
      instruction, training, and experience in or out of the state acceptable to the board. (to include at least 14,000hrs )
      All hours must be documented by affidavits from a licensed Master Plumber
  2. Complete a Master License Application
  3. Pay the $120 Application Fee
  4. Pass the Master Plumber Exam - Study before you test!
What does your Vermont plumbing exam prep cover?
  • 2015 State of Vermont Plumbing Rules

International Plumbing Code

  • Administration, Scope and Intent/Purpose
  • Definitions and Symbols
  • Plumbing Math
  • General Regulations
  • Fixtures, Faucets, and Fixture Fittings
  • Water Heaters
  • Water Supply and Distribution
  • Sanitary Drainage
  • Indirect and Special Waste
  • Vents
  • Traps, Interceptors, and Separators
  • Storm Drainage
  • Nonpotable Water Systems
  • Subsurface Landscape Irrigation Systems
  • Appendix E
  • Isometrics
  • Private Sewage Systems
  • International Fuel Gas Code
  • Hands-On Practical Application
  • Practice Test

Bonus Materials

  • Reading and Understanding the Bulletin
  • Books That You Should Have During the Exam
  • Effective Study Techniques

Master Only

  • Master Plumber Isometrics
Who issues Vermont plumbing licenses?
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