North Dakota Plumbing Exams
The North Dakota Plumbing License Exam covers many topics including: Vents & Venting; Administrative Procedures; Fixtures; Drainage Systems and more. Whether you live in Fargo, Bismarck, Grand Forks or another city or county, the resources below will help you get started:
Need of a License: Journeyman and master plumbers need a license to work in North Dakota.
Who Grants a License: Plumbing licenses are issued by the North Dakota State Board of Plumbing.
Procedures for Getting a License: Candidates for the journeyman and master plumber licenses must take an exam to obtain a license.
Qualifications to take the Journeyman Exam and receive a License: A candidate for the journeyman license needs 4 years of work experience under the supervision of a licensed master plumber. If you have a valid journeyman license from another state, you can qualify to take the exam. An out-of-state candidate can qualify to take the journeyman exam without having been a licensed journeyman plumber if the candidate had 5 years of plumbing experience in a state that does not license plumbers and passes a screening exam first.
Qualifications to take the Master Exam and receive a License: A candidate for the master license needs 2 years of work experience as a licensed journeyman plumber in North Dakota or in any other state that has licensing laws. If you have a valid master license from another state, you can qualify to take the exam.
Test Content: The test has questions about basic plumbing principles and the state plumbing code. A candidate is also asked to draw stacks, vents, wastes and minimum pipe sizes on drawings which already have the piping fixtures on them.
How to Apply for the Test: To obtain an application, contact the following:
North Dakota State Plumbing Board
204 West Thayer Avenue
Bismark, ND 58501
For more information, call (701) 328-9979.
Who Administers the Exam: North Dakota State Plumbing Board
Fees: There are fees to take the test.
Applicable Code: Local municipalities in North Dakota adopt the International Plumbing Code established by the International Code Council.
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