Each licensee who holds only a single license must complete the following amount of CEUs for their licensure level:
Class A must obtain 2 CEUs (20 hours)
Class B must obtain 2 CEUs (20 hours)
Class C must obtain 1 CEU (10 hours)
Class D must obtain 0.5 CEU (5 hours)
Dual License Holders
Each licensee who holds dual licenses must complete the following amount of CEUs for their licensure level:
Dual license holders with Class A or Class B must obtain 1.5 CEUs for each license (30 hours)
All other combinations of dual licensure will require obtaining CEUs for each level based on the CEUs required for single license levels
Water Distribution System Operators
Each licensee must complete the following amount of CEUs for their licensure level:
Level 1 must obtain 0.5 CEU (5 hours)
Level 2 must obtain 0.5 CEU (5 hours)
Level 3 must obtain 0.5 CEU (5 hours)
Level 4 must obtain 0.5 CEU (5 hours)
A certified operator who is teaching an approved CEU course shall, upon receipt of documentation, receive credit equal to the CEUs approved for that course. The CEU credit can be received only once for a particular course during the two-year renewal cycle. A certified operator who teaches an approved residence course (required for an examination) may use this experience for one-half of the required CEUs needed to renew his license. This credit can be received only ONCE during that CEU renewal cycle. If you have a C or D and any other license, you will need the CEU requirement for each individual license.
Need further assistance or information regarding the program?
Operator Certification Program Division of Water Resource Management 2600 Blair Stone Road, MS 3506 Tallahassee, FL 32399-2400 Phone: 850-245-7500 FAX: 850-245-8410 email: email@example.com
March 23, 2020 - 9:32am
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