We offer 40-hour certification classes, as well as recertification and continuing education courses. The hands-on lab facilities at our brick-and-mortar school give our students opportunity to practice and refine testing procedures, as well as learn to repair assemblies. Our permanent test stands are available for our students’ ongoing use to practice or refresh, even after they have completed their class.
Use our over 50 years of combined experience in the field and classroom to gain your advantage over your competition.
- 5110 – Backflow Prevention Assembly Tester
- 5130 – Backflow Prevention Assembly Repairer (ADD)
- 5140 – Fire Sprinkler Cross-Connection Control Tester
Recent changes in the law, in effect as of January 1, 2018, states that only backflow prevention assembly test forms performed and signed by ASSE 5110 certified tester can be accepted by public water system personnel. It is now necessary to become certified and stay certified through continuing education courses. Lean on our experience and practical knowledge to guide you through to certification.
What Does It Take To Earn An ASSE Certification?
Frequently Asked Questions
Does this qualify me for the ASSE requirements across the state?
Can I test in other states that are ASSE states?
Will I be able to repair the assemblies when I am certified?
I was told I was certified for life before this, will we be certified for life with the ASSE certification?
Why do we need to test all four assemblies in this class?
When I pass, can I test the next day?
Once you pass, ASSE needs approximately three to four weeks in order to process your number and get it registered and updated to the website (www.ASSE-PLUMBING.org) and that is the first place you will find your number.