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Diploma in Plumbing Design
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Duration: 1.5 Months

Application Criteria:
Should have completed B.E. or M.E. degree in Civil/Mechanical Engineeringor B Arch Applicants must have basic proficiency in English, as it is the medium of communication and instruction

The Diploma in Plumbing Design is a course that primarily deals with water distribution and drainage systems, water efficiency, CP and Sanitary fixtures orientation design, waste water treatment process and fire-fighting systems. The plumbing design is an important part of the mechanical, civil and chemical engineering disciplines. A plumbing design professional has a key role to play in the water efficiency and sustainability of a site, and the energy systems, fire protection systems and the pollution systems of a building. This diploma helps engineers to create innovative systems for using, preserving and respecting the natural bio-spheric earth systems and ensuring that air, waste and water are recycled in the most efficient way possible.

Bayspro’s Diploma in Plumbing Designsyllabus is framed by experienced engineers and faculties. The course includes manuals, demo software, design chart, drawing of sample projects etc. The course is certified by Bayspro.

Duration of the Course

Diploma in Plumbing Design is a 1.5 months course held from Monday to Friday, with classes stretching to 3 hours per day. Industrial visits and on-site training will be provided.

Course Content

The course contains topics related to:

  • Plumbing and Design Installation
  • Sanitary Systems
  • Drainage
  • Sewage design and Installation
  • Health Codes and Considerations
  • Safety, Green and Miscellaneous Installations and Designs

Course-Completion Stipulations

Students will be deemed eligible for awarding the Diploma in Plumbing Design when they meet the stipulations for satisfactory completion of the course. The stipulations are:

  • Attendance of not less than 80% of the scheduled class hours and other assigned learning activities
  • Completion of all course assignments and performance assessments, with a total of 60 credits etc.

Career Prospects

Graduates of this course can work in the plumbing and building services industry with roles in consulting work, contracting work, operation and maintenance, research and technical support etc. More skilled professionals can also advance into managerial positions such as design, project (MEP), or facilities managers in consulting or contractor companies, overseeing employees and operations in new construction sites or existing facilities.