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Central Arkansas Apprenticeship Training Committee – Plumbing


Central Arkansas Apprenticeship Training Committee (CAATC) for the Plumbing Industry was established in 1967 and is overseen by the Pulaski County Master Plumbers Association, Inc. The Association was set up for the purpose of advancing the latest and most improved methods of sanitary plumbing in order to better protect public health and safety, doing so through apprenticeship and education.

CAATC has consistently provided apprentice plumbers with training in plumbing math, plumbing blueprint reading and drawing, and a through understanding of Arkansas Plumbing Code and Arkansas Fuel Gas Code by exemplary instructors in all areas of plumbing, including residential, commercial, industrial and institutional.

Application Process

Applications are provided upon request. Upon receipt of completed application, applicants are interviewed and entered into applicant pool for immediate employment or future employment prospects with an Arkansas Licensed Master Plumber/ Plumbing Industry. Upon employment and completed enrollment application, applicants are officially enrolled and licensed to work in the State of Arkansas as an apprentice plumber.

Additional Info

Starting Pay 50% of Journeyman Plumber Wages
(May 2012 U.S. Dept of Labor state average $41,900.00)
Incremental Wage Increases
Our promise to You – 100% Passing Rate
Comprehensive and Progressive Training,
No experience necessary,
Low Monthly payments and entry fees,
Hands on Training,
Get Started Today,
State Certified Instructors,
Earn While You Learn,
Add Purpose to your Life,
Helping You get a Firm Grip on Your Future,
No student loan debt upon completion of schooling

Institution Info

Organization Name

Central Arkansas Apprenticeship Training Committee – Plumbing

Contact Info



6300 Scott Hamilton
Little Rock, AR 72209

Pulaski County, Saline County, Faulkner County, White County, Lonoke County, Perry County, Jefferson County, and Grant County.