Due to COVID-19 and the associated restrictions, many of our hosts are not able to host classes. This is impacting our scheduling but is manageable and any classes posted are expected to go through but we have had to relocated and reschedule many of them during these shutdowns. Until December 2020, we are now offering 2 free students for any company or individual who can host a class, dates and locations to be finalized. We generally do not pay people for renting classrooms, though you can sell the free students to other people, and the free students are redeemable afterwards, so they don't have to attend your specific class, we are super flexible with the redemptions of the free students and intend to treat everyone fairly and are appreciate of any hosts past or present. If interested, reach out to us via email or phone (top right of each page) and we can hopefully put something together. Hosting a course would only need access to a room with tables / chairs, and access to a hose bib, all other props, equipment, projectors, screens, etc., are provided by us.
For Upstate New York offerings, check out our Upstate New York Page
We hold an approval through New York State Department of Health for both the 32-hour and 8-hour Backflow Prevention Tester Courses - https://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/water/drinking/cross/courses.htm - They post upcoming courses for each provider, but ours don't appear for 2019 because we didn't submit them early enough - if you need to confirm if our courses are approved you can always contact NYSDOH directly.
32-hour courses must include four 8-hour days, but they do not need to be consecutive and can include weekends.
8-hour re-certification courses cannot be concurrent with 32-hour courses and must be continuous on one day.
Check out more information about our course offerings on the course description page
Do you need a backflow test kit or need to calibrate a test kit you already have? We offer both of these, check out our sister company Kruger Instruments for more information: