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PHCC Education Survey

The PHCC Education & Training Department is conducting an education survey. This survey will play a key role in collecting data, gathering feedback, assessing effectiveness, and guiding decisions aimed at improving the quality of education for all PHCC members.

Please take a few minutes to complete the survey. This survey will be open through 12-18-23.

Complete Survey Here 

PHCC Solutions Fall 2023 Conference Issue

The Fall—PHCCCONNECT2023 conference issue of PHCC Solutions magazine is now available! Click here to start reading the full issue. You can also click on the headlines below to go straight to this issue's top features. Thank you for reading!

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CE for Plumbers: 8 hours of safety, code and product training

PHCC Colorado is recognized by the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) as an attesting continuing education provider in Colorado. 

Since February 2022, licensed Residential, Journeyman, and Master Plumbers who are renewing their license, will have to attest to completing eight (8) hours of continuing education credit in the previous 12 months. According to this rule, licenses must also attest upon renewal that they have read the current Colorado Plumbing Code. See more details here:

Get your Required Continuing Education Credits!

PHCC Colorado is offering a one-day, 8-hour course, including the required four hours of code, on the following dates, 7am - 4pm:

You can visit the PHCC Colorado website for complete class details and to register today for the November 11, 2023 or February 17, 2024 class.


Governor Polis Takes Executive Action to Expand Access to Work-Based Learning Opportunities and Grow the Workforce

Colorado has Two Jobs for Every Unemployed Person, The Polis Administration is Focused on Creating Jobs and Filling In-Demand Jobs

DENVER - Last year, Governor Polis took executive action to create apprenticeship programs throughout his administration, and during his 2023 State of the State address, the Governor highlighted investments in the workforce taken by his administration including Care Forward Colorado which provides no cost-credentials for in-demand jobs, as well as Career Advance Colorado and the recently announced Opportunity Now. Today, the Polis administration has met those goals for apprenticeships outlined in the 2022 Executive Order and Governor Polis is taking new executive action to rapidly expand work-based learning opportunities. 

Governor Polis declared September Workforce Development Month and celebrated Colorado’s workers this Labor Day and this year the U.S. Department of Labor recognized Colorado as a state apprenticeship agency. 

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Workforce Development Boards: Connecting Workforce Professionals

FREE Member Webinar
Wednesday, September 20th at 2 PM E.T.

Presenter: Alberto Alvarez -  Manager of Strategic Partnerships at the National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB)

In this webinar you will hear about what a workforce development board (WDB) is and how the industry can best collaborate with local WDBs to make significant and positive impact. Learn how a PHCC local chapter can partner with their local WDB and the benefits this can have. We will also take a deep dive into workforce development, NAWB policy priorities on Capitol Hill, and how PHCC chapters can best access available WIOA (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act) funding.

Reserve Your Spot Here!
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