GREENVILLE, S.C. – All Clear Plumbing welcomes Chris Gast as an apprentice, continuing to grow its team of skilled tradesmen.
Gast is a Mauldin High School graduate, and is training to become a second generation plumber. Gast chose to begin his career through the apprenticeship program in order to earn a salary while learning a skilled trade, rather than finance a traditional education through student loans.
The All Clear Plumbing apprenticeship program offers comprehensive, union-quality training, certified by the Department of Labor, in the plumbing trade. Throughout the four-year program, participants take online classes through the Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors Association, while simultaneously working full-time in the field. Upon completion of the program, apprentices are prepared to take the Journeyman’s Test, which provides them with their plumber’s license.
All Clear Plumbing is one of only a handful of companies in South Carolina to train their plumbers through a certified apprenticeship program. This program also indicates to homeowners the quality of plumbers employed by All Clear Plumbing.
“Many students aren’t aware of all of the options available to start their careers outside of traditional education,” said Anja Smith, managing partner of All Clear Plumbing. “By becoming an apprentice in plumbing or another skilled trade, you can get the education you need and start a great career at the same time.”
For more information about All Clear Plumbing’s apprenticeship program, visit www.allclearplumbingupstate.com/now-hiring.
About All Clear Plumbing:
Located in Southern Greenville County, All Clear Plumbing focuses on plumbing repairs, sewer and drain cleaning, water heater replacement and more. It uses only trained and experienced plumbers on a job. Learn more at www.allclearplumbingupstate.com. Follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.