You must study the WAEC Plumbing & Pipe Fitting syllabus in order to take the test. The format, notes, and goals for the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting exam are all included.
You must study Plumbing and Pipe Fitting in order to be prepared for your exam. You can use it as a guide to help you decide which topics to read about. Additionally, there are notes on ideas that you ought to learn carefully.
Exam preparation without the use of Plumbing and Pipe Fitting is equivalent to visiting a farm without your farm equipment. You won’t be effective in the end.
Make sure to use the syllabus when you start your exam preparations.
The West African Examination Council’s recommended texts for plumbing and pipe fitting are included in this article (WAEC).
WAEC Plumbing and Pipe Fitting
Scheme of the Examination
You must prepare for the exam by studying the WAEC plumbing and pipe fitting syllabus. It includes the goals and benchmarks, study materials, and structure for the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting exam.
For your exam preparation, you must study the topic of plumbing and pipe fitting. It will act as a guide for you to determine the subjects to read. There are also notes on ideas that you ought to focus on understanding.
The equivalent of traveling to the farm without your agricultural tools is exam preparation without the use of Plumbing and Pipe Fitting. You won’t get anything done in the end.
Use the syllabus as a starting point for your exam preparations.
The West African Examination Council’s Plumbing and Pipe Fitting and suggested textbooks are included in this post (WAEC).
Alternative to Practical Test
In the alternative, the Council may consider assessing candidates’ level of theoretical proficiency with the practical skills outlined in the syllabus in the case that materials for the real practical test cannot be obtained.
Candidates will have three questions to choose from for this alternate test, and they will have two hours to complete them for a total of 100 points.
|1||Safety rules and regulations||(1) Definition of safety, rules and regulation
(2) Hazards in the workshop and site.
(3) Causes and methods of preventing accidents.
(4) Safety tools, equipment and safety measures on-site and workshop.
(5) Safety signs and symbols.
|2||Hand tools, equipment maintenance||(1) Classification of tools and equipment.
(2) Types, sketches and uses of tools and equipment.
(3) Maintenance of tools and equipment.
|3||Pipe fitting materials||(1) Various types of pipe fitting materials (sketches, uses and storage).
(2) Interpretation of conventional signs and symbols of pipe fitting materials.
(3) Maintenance of tools and equipment
|4||Pipe fitting materials||(1) Various types of pipe fitting materials (sketches, uses and storage).
(2) Conventional signs and symbols of pipe fitting materials.
(3) Interpretation of conventional signs and symbols of pipe fitting materials.
|5||Types of pipe||(1) Classification of pipes (materials) and sizes.
(2) Properties of pipes.
(3) Uses of pipes.
(4) Factors that determine the choice of pipe.
|6||Pipe jointing||(1) Definition of pipe jointing
(2) Type and sketches of joints in plumbing works.
(3) Materials used in jointing.
(4) Application of jointing (change of direction, fixed ends, installation of plumbing fittings, lengths, etc).
|7||Sources of water||(1) Sources of water (Rain, surface and underground water.
(2) Characteristics of water (Tasteless, odourless and colourless).
(3) Classification of water (Hard and soft).
|8||Water treatment||(1) Types and methods of water treatment (sedimentation, filtration, sterilization, chlorination, etc).
(2) Methods of removal of hardness in water.
|9||Water distribution system.||(1) Definition of the water distribution system. (Water main, communication pipe and service pipe).
(2) Types of cold water distribution systems (Direct and indirect systems).
(3) Types of reservoir or storage tanks.
(4) Diagrams of cold water supply system (Direct and indirect system).
(5) Types of hot water supply systems.
(6) Diagrams of the hot water supply system.
(7) Defects in the cold and hot water supply system.
|10||Drainage system||(1) Definition of a drainage system.
(2) Various types of the drainage system.
(3) Types of drains.
(4) Installation of drainage system (Trenching, laying and testing).
(5) Types of drainage fittings. (Bends, Tee joint, Y Y-joints, etc).
|11||Sanitary appliances||(1) Definition of the sanitary appliance.
(2) Classifications of sanitary appliances (soil and waste appliances).
(3) Listing, description and uses of soil and waste appliances.
(4) Installation of sanitary appliances.
(5) Sanitary fittings (Taps, valves, etc).
|12||Sewage system||(1) Definition of the sewage system.
(2) Types and description of sewage systems (storm, domestic, industrial, etc).
(3) Uses, construction and sketches of inspection chamber and manhole.
(4) Listing and description of sewage collection points (soakaway, septic tank cesspool and public sewer).
|13||Welding||(1) Definition of welding.
(2) Tools and equipment for welding.
(3) Types and methods.
|14||Business organization||(1) Definition of business organization.
(2) Types of business organization
(3) Sources of capital for plumbing and pipefitting business.
(4) Types of capital (fixed and working capital).
|15||Book-Keeping||(1) Definition of book-keeping.
(2) Types of books/records for daily business transactions (profit & loss, expenditures, ledgers, receipt, invoice, etc)
|16||Contract works||(1) Definition of contract.
(2) Types of contract (fixed price or lump sum and unit price contracts only).
(3) Contract documents (Bill of quantity, quotation or estimate, drawing, Specification Agreement, Variation, only).
(4) Parties involved in contract (client, contractor, host community and consultant) lawyers.
|S/NO.||AUTHOR||TITLE OF BOOK||PUBLISHER|
|1||G. J. Blower (Book 1 & 2)||Plumbing and Mechanical Service||Pearson Prentice Hall|
|2||E. Keith Blankenbaker||Modern Plumbing||Goodheart-Willcox|
|3||Siray K. Bokinni||Building Sanitation and Services||Kolbok Support Services|
|4||Robert Boyce and Arnold Masterman||Plumbing A Practical Guide for Level 2||Nelson Thomas|
|5||F. Hall||Plumbing Technology||Longman|
|6||E. K. Oluwadele and T. S. Ojambati||Essential Building Services||Olajuyin Printers|
|7||Ivor H. Seeley||Building Technolgy||Palgrave|
|8||O. A. Longe and R. A. Kazeem||Essential Financial Accounting||Tonad|
|9||Anietie Essiet Akpan||Fundamentals of entrepreneurship||Brain|
|10||W. G. Nash||Brickwork 2 (Revised Edition)||Hutchinson|