Hours: 10 (Class time 8 am – 4 pm (Day 1) and 8 am – 11 am (Day 2) to ensure 10 hours of instruction.)
TCEQ Course Code 0173: This course is primarily designed to provide the necessary training for individuals who have met the TCEQ requirements and wish to obtain a Customer Service Inspector license. The holder of the Customer Service Inspector license may perform a Customer Service Inspection, (CSI), as outlined by the rules and regulations as provided by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, (TCEQ). Other licensed individuals may also receive valuable information relating to their fields.
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Completing this course provides continuing education credit for the following licenses:
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.
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Cross-Connection Control Institute
While there are no prerequisites to attend the Customer Service Inspector course, there are prerequisites for taking the Customer Service Inspector’s exam to obtain the CSI license:
RULE §30.90. Qualifications for Initial License.
(a) To obtain a license, an individual must have:
(1) met the requirements in Subchapter A of this chapter (relating to Administration of Occupational Licenses and Registrations);
(2) received a high school diploma or equivalent certificate;
(3) completed an approved customer service inspector training course;
(4) worked at least two years in an approved area which includes, but is not limited to:
(A) operation or maintenance of a public drinking water treatment or distribution system;
(B) performing activities requiring a master or journeyman plumbing license;
(C) conducting building or construction inspections; or
(D) performing duties related to this profession approved by the executive director.
(b) One year of college (32 semester hours) or an additional 20 hours of training credits may be substituted for one year of the experience requirement.