Connecticut HVAC Technician License Requirements

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September 22nd, 2021
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We found the following HVAC Technician requirements for Connecticut.

Please click on each license link for additional details.

Medical Gas & Vacuum Systems Contractor

Medical gas and vacuum systems work  means the work and practice, materials, instrumentation and fixtures used in the construction, installation, alteration, extension, removal, repair, maintenance or renovation of gas and vacuum systems and equipment used solely to transport gases for medical purposes and to remove liquids, air-gases or solids from such systems. 

Requirements:

Exam: State exam required

Education: No education required

Continuing Education: No continuing education requirement

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

Department of Consumer Protection
165 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT 6106
(860) 713-6135

Water Treatment Plant Operator – Conditional

The Drinking Water Section (DWS) certifies public drinking water utility personnel for the operation of treatment plants and distribution systems. The goal of this program is to ensure that qualified personnel are operating public water supply systems. Certified employees minimize public health concerns, maximize the performance of the plant and system, assure safety of operators, improve compliance with regulations, optimize operational costs and protect the utility's infrastructure. Certification applicants must meet a combination of education, experience and examination requirements to become certified. These requirements are specified in Departmental regulations, which include provisions for renewal, reciprocity and enforcement.

Certification is based on meeting the minimum competency levels in these regulations and does not include an evaluation of any other factor such as a person's background, history, work performance, health, etc.

Requirements:

Exam: State exam required

Education: No education required

Continuing Education: No continuing education requirement

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

Department of Public Health
410 Capitol Avenue, Hartford, CT 6134
(860) 509-7603

Distribution System Operator Conditional

Qualifications for Distribution System Operator Conditional: 

  • Every community water and every non-transient non-community water distribution system which serves 1,000 or more persons shall have at least one operator who is certified at the distribution system’s class or higher and who shall be designated by the system as the chief operator. The chief operator shall have direct responsible charge of the distribution system. In the event that the chief operator is not available, the system shall place an operator, who is certified at the distribution system’s class or higher, in direct responsible charge to serve in the interim. Except  when all operators in direct responsible charge and any operators making process control/system integrity decisions about water quality or quantity, that affect public health, shall be certified at the distribution system’s class or higher or certified as a conditional or provisional operator.
  • To become certified as a distribution system operator a person must demonstrate the ability to responsibly operate a distribution system of the given classification applied for (I, II, III) by passing a written examination. To qualify to take the examination, a person shall submit an application to the Department on a form provided by the Department.
  • Minimum education and experience requirement to qualify for the written examination.

Requirements:

Exam: State exam required

Education: No education required

Continuing Education: No continuing education requirement

Criminal Record: No criminal record requirements

State Licensing Agency:

Department of Public Health
410 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT 6134
(860) 509-7603
 

Please note this data is collected from multiple sources. SkillPointe has verified the information to the best of its ability, but makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, expressed or implied with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership. Please contact the state licensing board with any direct questions.

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