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Next Generation Event

Members are encouraged to register their key employees who are part of their succession plan or are key to the success of their operation. Next Gens will be exposed to other professionals in the industry with similar backgrounds, interests and challenges. In addition to networking with each other, they will also learn more about our industry and how to operate a business.

When: Thursday, January 23, 2020
5:30 - 7:00 PM
Where: Robert John Daly Memorial Training Center
240-20 Braddock Ave
Bellerose, New York  11426
United States
Presenter: Emanuel A. Troise, Jr. - Steps to Obtaining a Plumbing License
Contact: Patricia Brady

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Emanuel A. Troise, Jr., will be joining us to discuss the steps to obtaining a plumbing license.

Emanuel is a prominent leader in the plumbing industry. As a plumber, educator, author and consultant, he shares his experience with many people and organizations throughout the New York City area.

His New York City Plumbing Code Standpipe and Water Rules and New York City Sprinkler Code Multiple Dwelling, Standpipe & Water Rules manuals are the number one resource for more than 90% of NYC Master Plumbers and for institutions such as the New York Port Authority and New York City Housing Authority.

Mr. Troise administers and conducts preparation courses for Part 1 and Part 2 of the NYC Master Plumbers License test, the NYC Master Fire Suppression Sprinkler License test and the NYC Civil Service Plumbers' test.


**Please note: Only next generation members (those who are new to the industry and/or are key employees of a Regular MPC Member) will be admitted to this event.** 


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The NYCMPC strives to promote the licensed plumbing industry and the benefits of hiring a licensed and insured firm. In addition we provide education and clarification on a wide assortment of code issues.