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MAINE DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL
AND FINANCIAL REGULATION

35 SHS, Augusta, Maine 04333

 
Phone: (207) 624-8500
Fax: (207) 624-8690
TTY: Please Call Maine Relay 711

Free Maine State Internal Plumbing Code Training Offered to All Licensed Plumbers and Interested Parties

 

October 3, 2016

 

 

The Department of Professional and Financial Regulation (www.maine.gov/pfr) will be offering free training sessions throughout the state during October, November and December regarding the Plumbers’ Examining Board’s recent adoption of the 2015 edition of the Uniform Plumbing Code.

The Board also adopted several amendments to the Code. The Board’s staff will be conducting the training sessions to update all plumbers and interested parties on the recent changes to the Code.

Although the training is not mandatory, the Board strongly encourages journeyman and master plumbers to take advantage of this free training opportunity. Local plumbing inspectors and code enforcement officers may also be interested in the training.

Session dates and times are listed at the bottom of this news release. Although registration is not required, attendance is limited based on the seating capacity at each location. Attendees are asked to arrive early to get a seat.

Code books will be available for purchase on the day of training at the State of Maine member price as listed below. Credit card and checks are acceptable payment methods. Checks should be made payable to “IAPMO”. Attendees who already have a copy of the 2015 Uniform Plumbing Code should bring it with them to the training.

Non-Member Price Member Price 2015 Uniform Plumbing Code (Soft Cover) $119.00 $95.20 2015 Uniform Plumbing Code (Loose Leaf-3 ring binder) $143.00 $114.00

Questions can be e-mailed to the Board at plumbers.board@maine.gov.

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2016 Training Sessions for Newly Adopted 2015 Edition of the Uniform Plumbing Code All sessions start at 4pm with the exception of Rockland and Presque Isle

WHEN WHERE DIRECTIONS Oct. 3rd 4pm to 6pm Dept. of Professional and Financial Regulation, Central Conference Room (Gardiner) http://www.maine.gov/pfr/directions.html

Oct. 5th 4pm to 6pm Dept. of Professional and Financial Regulation, Central Conference Room (Gardiner) http://www.maine.gov/pfr/directions.html

Oct. 11th 4pm to 6pm Ellsworth City Hall – 1 City Hall Plaza (Ellsworth) http://www.ellsworthmaine.gov/

Oct. 12th 3pm to 5pm Rockland City Hall – 270 Pleasant St. (Rockland) http://www.ci.rockland.me.us/

Oct. 13th 4pm to 6pm Auburn Public Library – (Auburn)
Oct. 26th 4pm to 6pm University of Maine – Lincoln Auditorium – Robert’s Student Center (Farmington) http://www.umf.maine.edu/

Nov. 1st 4pm to 6pm Saco City Hall – 300 Main St. (Saco) http://www.sacomaine.org/

Nov. 2nd 4pm to 6pm Wells High School – 200 Sanford Rd. (Wells) http://whs.k12wocsd.net/

Nov. 3rd 4pm to 6pm Merrill Auditorium’s Rehearsal Hall (Portland) http://www.merrillauditorium.net/merrill-auditorium-address/

Nov. 7th 4pm to 6pm Topsham Public Library – 25 Foreside Rd. (Topsham) http://topshamlibrary.org/

Nov. 10th 4pm to 6pm Kennebec Valley Community College – Lecture Hall – Center for Science and Agriculture (Fairfield) http://www.kvcc.me.edu/

Dec. 13th 4pm to 6pm Brewer Auditorium – Mezzanine Conference Room -318 Wilson St. (Brewer) http://brewermaine.gov/parks-recreation/auditorium/

Dec. 14th 9am to 11am Northern Maine Community College (Presque Isle) http://www.nmcc.edu/