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33 hours
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110 CPD hours / points
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The UK is currently in the midst of a chronic shortage of skilled tradesmen, with professions such as electricians, plumbers and bricklayers in greater demand than ever. New homes are being built in thousands but this pace isn’t being matched by the number of qualified workers paying their trade.

Develop your technical abilities and skills as a professional plumber with the Apex Learning Plumber Training. With a single payment, you will gain access to our innovative Level 3 Plumbing Training course which will assist you to become a professional plumber through our interactive online classes. Take the first steps toward finding a place in this fast-growing, lucrative career field.

Along with this Plumbing Training Complete Bundle, you will get an original hardcopy certificate, a transcript and a student ID card which will allow you to get discounts on things like music, food, travel and clothes etc.

Courses are included in this Plumbing Training Complete Bundle:

  • Course 01: Plumbing Level 3
  • Course 02: Fire Safety Awareness Level 2
  • Course 03: Working at Height Awareness Diploma
  • Course 04: COSHH Awareness Level 3
  • Course 05: Workplace Safety Course
  • Course 06: RIDDOR Training
  • Course 07: Spill Management Training
  • Course 08: First Aid at Work
  • Course 09: Working in Confined Spaces Level 2
  • Course 10: Personal Hygiene
  • Course 11: Time Management

This Plumbing Level 3 course delivers all the essential knowledge that you’ll need to qualify as a skilled and successful Plumber. The learning modules will teach you every skill you’ll need to restore or instal fully-functioning water supplies and make emergency repairs.

What Will I Learn From This Plumbing Level 3 Course:

  • Explore the UK standards for plumbing
  • Learn about the basic components of plumbing
  • Understand the plumbing tools you’ll have to use as a professional Plumber
  • Gain an understanding of the principles of an effective plumbing system
  • Explore the home plumbing system
  • Study plumbing fixtures and central heating systems
  • Learn about the domestic cold water system
  • Discover the plumbing materials and skills you will need as a professional Plumber and much more...

The only thing you need to take Plumbing Level 3 is Wi-Fi and a screen. You’ll never be late for class again.

Why choose Plumbing Level 3? Count the ways that it can help you…

  1. One payment, but lifetime access to 11 CPD courses
  2. Certificate, Transcript, student ID everything included in a one-time fee
  3. No need to worry about hidden charges
  4. CPD certificate will be sent directly to you
  5. One-on-one help assistance on every weekday
  6. Practical and honest assessments performed immediately
  7. Personal PDF certificate awarded on passing
  8. Original copies of your exam certificate and transcript sent the next working day
  9. Gain valuable and recognised experience without leaving your home

How will I get my certificate?

At the end of the Plumbing Training program, there will be a written assignment test which you can take either during or after the course. After successfully completing the test you will be able to order your CPD Accredited Certificate as proof of your achievement.

  • PDF Certificate: Free (Previously it was £10)
  • Hardcopy Certificate: Free (Previously it was £20)


110 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD Qualification Standards

Course media


Plumbing Level 3

Course Curriculum Plumbing Level 3

Course 1: Plumbing Level 3

Plumbing Level 3 Module 1: The UK Standards for Plumbing

  • Plumbing: Water Supply Regulations
  • Plumbing: Pipe entry to premises
  • Plumbing: Pipe Material
  • Plumbing: External Pipework
  • Plumbing: Insulation & protection
  • Plumbing: Ponds and swimming pools
  • Plumbing: Fixing of water fittings
  • Plumbing: Stop valves to premises
  • Plumbing: Drinking water tap
  • Plumbing: Mixer taps
  • Plumbing: Unvented hot water system
  • Plumbing: Cold water storage cistern
  • Plumbing: Bidet
  • Plumbing: General Requirements
  • Plumbing: Notification

PlumbingCourse Module 2: The Basic Components of Plumbing

  • Plumbing: Supply Tubes
  • Plumbing: Pipes
  • Plumbing: Cast Iron
  • Plumbing: Plastic
  • Plumbing: ABS
  • Plumbing: PVC
  • Plumbing: Supply Fittings
  • Plumbing: Brass Drop-Ear Elbow
  • Plumbing: Copper Supply Elbows
  • Plumbing: Drain and Vent Fittings
  • Plumbing: Drain Elbow
  • Plumbing: Closet Bend

PlumbingCourse Module 3: The Plumbing Tools

  • Plumbing: Pipe cutters
  • Plumbing: Telescopic tube cutter
  • Plumbing: Adjustable spanner
  • Plumbing: Pipe Wrench
  • Plumbing: Slip joint pliers
  • Plumbing: Plunger
  • Plumbing: Hacksaw
  • Plumbing: Drain rods and Accessories
  • Plumbing: Open-ended Spanner Set

PlumbingCourse Module 4: Principles of Effective Plumbing Systems

  • Plumbing: Water supply goals
  • Plumbing: Liquid waste disposal goals
  • Plumbing: Plumbing Goals

Plumbing Course Module 5: The Home Plumbing System

  • Plumbing: Water Supply System
  • Plumbing: Drain-Waste-Vent System

Plumbing Course Module 6: Plumbing Fixtures

  • Plumbing: Toilets
  • Plumbing: Choosing a New Toilet
  • Plumbing: How to Remove a Toilet
  • Plumbing: Kitchen Drains & Traps
  • Plumbing: Drain Kits
  • Plumbing: Tips for Choosing Drains
  • Plumbing: Food Disposers
  • Plumbing: How to Install a Food Disposer
  • Plumbing: Water Heaters
  • Plumbing: How to Install a Gas Water Heater
  • Plumbing: Bathroom Faucets
  • Plumbing: Bathroom Faucet & Drain Hookups
  • Plumbing: How to Install a Widespread Faucet
  • Plumbing: Shower Kits
  • Plumbing: How to Install a Shower Enclosure
  • Plumbing: Vessel Sinks
  • Plumbing: Vessel Sink Options
  • Plumbing: How to Install a Vessel Sink
  • Plumbing: Integral Vanity Tops
  • Plumbing: Kitchen Sinks

Plumbing Course Module 07: Drains & Vents

  • Plumbing: Odours in the Plumbing System
  • Plumbing: Sink Stoppages
  • Plumbing: Using a Sewer Snake
  • Plumbing: Toilets
  • Plumbing: Tubs
  • Plumbing: Floor Drains
  • Plumbing: Sewer Gases
  • Plumbing: Unclogging Sinks
  • Plumbing: Unclogging A Toilet
  • Plumbing: Drain-Waste-Vent (DWV) System

Plumbing Course Module 08: Understanding the Components of a Central Heating System

  • Plumbing: The Boiler
  • Plumbing: Types of Boiler
  • Plumbing: SAP Rating
  • Plumbing: Other Components of The Central Heating System
  • Plumbing: Heating emitters – Radiators
  • Plumbing: Heating emitters – Underfloor Heating
  • Plumbing: Heating emitters – Fan Heaters
  • Plumbing: Pipework
  • Plumbing: Expansion Vessel
  • Plumbing: Sealed System Using a Combination Boiler

Plumbing Course Module 09: Domestic Hot Water System Installation

  • Plumbing: Choosing the Right Hot Water System
  • Plumbing: Centralised Systems
  • Plumbing: Open vented Systems
  • Plumbing: Unvented Systems
  • Plumbing: Direct Open Vented Hot Water Storage Systems
  • Plumbing: Indirect Open Vented Hot Water Storage System
  • Plumbing: Comparisons between Open Vented and Unvented Hot Water Storage Systems

Plumbing Course Module 10: Plumbing Installations

  • Plumbing: Installing New Plumbing
  • Plumbing: Planning Plumbing Routes
  • Plumbing: Master Bath
  • Plumbing: Kitchen
  • Plumbing: Tips for Plumbing a Kitchen
  • Plumbing: New Gas Lines
  • Plumbing: Gas Consumption of Household Appliances

Plumbing Course Module 11: Plumbing Repairs

  • Plumbing: Common Toilet Problems
  • Plumbing: How a Toilet Works
  • Plumbing: Making Minor Adjustments
  • Plumbing: How to Adjust a Toilet Handle & Lift Chain (or Lift Wires)
  • Plumbing: Toilet Drain Lines
  • Plumbing: How to Replace a Toilet Drain Line
  • Plumbing: Plumbing: Sinks
  • Plumbing: How to Clear a Sink Trap
  • Plumbing: Leaky Plumbing
  • Plumbing: Tub & Shower Combination Faucets
  • Plumbing: Burst Pipes
  • Plumbing: How to Patch Pipes with Repair Clamps
  • Plumbing: How to Install a Repair Coupling
  • Plumbing: How to Install a Water Hammer Arrester

Plumbing Course Module 12: Plumbing Materials & Skills

  • Plumbing: Copper
  • Plumbing: Cutting & Soldering Copper
  • Plumbing: Soldering Tips
  • Plumbing: Working with Cast Iron
  • Plumbing: Cutting Cast-Iron Pipe
  • Plumbing: Pipe Fittings
  • Plumbing: Horizontal-to-Vertical Drains
  • Plumbing: How to Use Transition Fittings
  • Plumbing: Gas Pipe Fittings
  • Plumbing: Parts of a Gas Delivery System
  • Plumbing: Working with Black Pipe
  • Plumbing: How to Make a Flared Fitting

Plumbing Course Module 13: Glossary and Appendix

  • Plumbing: Definition of the Terms Used in the Course
  • Plumbing: Appendix: Metric Conversion Charts

Course 2: Fire Safety Awareness Level 2

  • Module 1: Introduction to Fire Safety
  • Module 2: Fire Safety Law
  • Module 3: Measures of Fire Safety
  • Module 4: Evacuation Procedures

Course 3: Working at Height Awareness Diploma

  • Module 01: Introduction, Regulations and Duties
  • Module 02: Risk Assessment and Prevention
  • Module 03: Work at Height Equipment

Course 4: COSHH Awareness Level 3

  • Module 01: COSHH Explained
  • Module 02: COSHH Regulations
  • Module 03: Health Problems Related to Hazardous Substances
  • Module 04: Identifying Hazardous Substances
  • Module 05: COSHH Risk Assessments
  • Module 06: Control Measures and Monitoring
  • Module 07: Implementing Control Measures

Course 5: Workplace Safety Course

  • Module 01: Health and Safety at Work and the Laws
  • Module 02: Managing for Health and Safety
  • Module 03: Risk Assessment and Common Risks
  • Module 04: Workplace Health, Safety and Welfare
  • Module 05: Accidents and Ill Health at Work
  • Module 06: Electrical, Fire and Gas Safety
  • Module 07: Safety in Different Work Settings
  • Module 08: Work Equipment Hazards and Risk Control
  • Module 09: Other Health and Safety Hazards at Work

Course 6: RIDDOR Training

  • Module 1: Health and Safety at Work and the Laws
  • Module 2: Managing for Health and Safety
  • Module 3: Risk Assessment and Common Risks
  • Module 4: RIDDOR

Course 7: Spill Management Training

  • Module 01: Introduction to Spill Management
  • Module 02: Hazardous Substances
  • Module 03: Pollution Incident Response Planning
  • Module 04: Managing a Spill
  • Module 05: Spill Clean-Up Guideline
  • Module 06: Spills on a Road or Highway
  • Module 07: Diesel Spillages: An Overview
  • Module 08: Site-Specific Pollution Control Options
  • Module 09: Spill Prevention & Control Checklist
  • Module 10: Ways to Encourage Best Practice

Course 8: First Aid at Work

  • Module 01: Introduction to Workplace First Aid
  • Module 02: Legal Framework for Workplace First Aid
  • Module 03: Incident Management at Work
  • Module 04: Primary Survey
  • Module 05: Secondary Survey
  • Module 06: Basic First-Aid Techniques

And much more!

Course 9: Working in Confined Spaces Level 2

  • Module 01: Working in Confined Spaces and the Laws
  • Module 02: Risk Assessment
  • Module 03: Control Measures
  • Module 04: Emergency Procedures

Course 10: Personal Hygiene

  • Module 01: Introduction to Personal Hygiene and a Brief History
  • Module 02: Looking Clean, Smelling Clean
  • Module 03: Improving and Maintaining Oral Health
  • Module 04: Care of the Eyes
  • Module 05: Ear Care Secrets
  • Module 06: Foot & Nail Care in Personal Hygiene

And much more!

Course 11: Time Management

  • Module 01: Identifying Goals
  • Module 02: Effective Energy Distribution
  • Module 03: Working with Your Personal Style
  • Module 04: Building Your Toolbox
  • Module 05: Establishing Your Action Plan

Who is this course for?

Plumbing Level 3

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this Plumbing Level 3. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.


Plumbing Level 3

Our Plumbing Level 3 is fully compatible with PC’s, Mac’s, Laptop, Tablet and Smartphone devices. This course has been designed to be fully compatible on tablets and smartphones so you can access your course on wifi, 3G or 4G.

There is no time limit for completing this course, it can be studied in your own time at your own pace.

Career path

Plumbing Level 3

Plumbing Level 3 Course course is a useful CPD certificate to possess and would be beneficial for any related profession or industry such as:

  • Plumbers
  • DIY enthusiast
  • Contractors
  • Pipefitters
  • Construction workers

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Study method describes the format in which the course will be delivered. At courses are delivered in a number of ways, including online courses, where the course content can be accessed online remotely, and classroom courses, where courses are delivered in person at a classroom venue.

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CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. If you work in certain professions or for certain companies, your employer may require you to complete a number of CPD hours or points, per year. You can find a range of CPD courses on, many of which can be completed online.

What is a ‘regulated qualification’?

A regulated qualification is delivered by a learning institution which is regulated by a government body. In England, the government body which regulates courses is Ofqual. Ofqual regulated qualifications sit on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), which can help students understand how different qualifications in different fields compare to each other. The framework also helps students to understand what qualifications they need to progress towards a higher learning goal, such as a university degree or equivalent higher education award.

What is an ‘endorsed’ course?

An endorsed course is a skills based course which has been checked over and approved by an independent awarding body. Endorsed courses are not regulated so do not result in a qualification - however, the student can usually purchase a certificate showing the awarding body’s logo if they wish. Certain awarding bodies - such as Quality Licence Scheme and TQUK - have developed endorsement schemes as a way to help students select the best skills based courses for them.