Covid-19 Guidelines

Adhering to Sanitary Guidelines
TCEQ Occupational Licensing Response to COVID-19

With the onset of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and the Governor’s Proclamation of a state of disaster in Texas, TCEQ is extending the expiration dates of all occupational licenses expiring March through August of 2020 by 30 days. All licenses expiring after August 31, 2020 are expected to comply within the original 3-year renewal cycle. TCEQ is aware that occupational license holders may be having difficulty locating in-person continuing education classes for renewal of their licenses. All license holders are encouraged online training opportunities when possible.

BPAT license holders whose licenses will expire October 1, 2021 or beyond, must have completed the 8-hour practical skills continuing education (CE) hours as part of their 24 hour CEs. For licenses expiring between March 2020 and September 2021, the TCEQ continues to temporarily waive the requirement for eight (8) CE hours of hands-on, practical skills training for license renewal. These license holders must still obtain a total 24 hours of continuing education in order to renew their license. This information and future updates are available at Occupational Licensing Responses to COVID-19 (coronavirus).

Bac-Flo Unlimited courses:

*Covid-19 has affected our normal course scheduling and we are temporarily limiting course numbers in every course. If your license is coming due soon call our office for possible cancellations or other possible courses that may work in your situation. The following is a brief description of the current Backflow Prevention Assembly Tester Training Courses being offered by Bac-Flo Unlimited, Inc. To maintain sanitary control within our courses we are only conducting courses at our facility located in Boerne, Texas. All courses are being conducted in a metal building with garage doors around the outside that open up for ample ventilation.