The participant must be currently licensed as a Backflow Prevention Assembly Tester, or other license as appropriate, to receive 8-hours of continuing education credit.
Methods of Backflow Prevention and Recommended Installation Requirements
PLEASE BE ADVISED – CRIMNAL HISTORY
There are certain restrictions related to criminal convictions. Consequences of having a criminal conviction may affect your ability to obtain and hold an occupational license.
If you have a criminal conviction above a Class C misdemeanor, you might not be qualified to hold a TCEQ license.
Convictions that May Trigger a Denial
The criminal convictions that are grounds to deny an application for a license (or to revoke a license) include, but are not limited to:
For more information please consult TCEQ RG-521 or call: 512-239-6133.
Hours: 8 (All classes 8 am – 5 pm unless otherwise noted)
TCEQ Course Code 1234: This eight hour class is primarily designed to provide continuing education for licensed Backflow Prevention Assembly Testers. However, other licensed individuals may receive valuable information relating to their fields. This course is classroom only and does not include the eight hours of “hands-on” or practical skills training as required by Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).
Click here to: Check your CE Hours at TCEQ
Completing this course provides continuing education credit for the following licenses:
CSI Continuing Education (CE) Class
(Activating the link will transfer you to Hardin & Associates Consulting, LLC)
Cross-Connection Control Institute