Effective January 1, 2010 a licensed landscape irrigator or a licensed irrigation technician must be on-site during the installation, maintenance, alteration, repair or service of an irrigation system in Texas.
Advanced Training of Texas offers the State of Texas required 16 hour Irrigation Technician Training Course. A spanish interpreter will be available for some of these classes (please inquire). Our instructor, Frank, has over 25 years experience in the industry.
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To become a Licensed Irrigation Technician you must submit an application with the appropriate fee, attend an Irrigation Technician Training course, and pass the Irrigation Technician exam. An approved application is valid for one year for the initial exam and/or three retests whichever occurs first. To obtain an application or to inquire about additional fees, contact the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality at (512)239-6133.
may be obtained at the testing site or request an application to be mailed, by calling 512/239-6133. To be eligible to test you must have:
A completed, original application
A copy of your certificate of completion of a TCEQ Approved Irrigation Technician Course.
A check or money order made out to the TCEQ for $111.00.
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