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Continuing Education Requirement

Since July 1, 2004, the completion of annual continuing education has been required during the first full year a license or operator certification is active and prior to renewal of any license or operator certification.

One unit of continuing education equals fifty minutes of approved instruction. All licensees and all certified operators are required to attend at least four units of approved continuing education during each year period (from July 1 through June 30) or a total of eight units for each two-year period of renewal. One unit must be comprised of an approved Oklahoma Rules and Regulations unit.

For more information on continuing education requirements, see OWRB Chapter 35 Rules: Well Driller and Pump Installer Licensing.


Continuing Education Opportunities

All courses offered through the OWRB and Oklahoma Ground Water Association (OGWA) are free to attend and pre-approved for continuing education credit.

Date Name/Location Contact
April 18, 2019 High Plains Tech Center, Woodward
Registration Required
josh@okgroundwater.org
405.258.8747
May 9, 2019 Northeastern State University, Broken Arrow
Registration Required
josh@okgroundwater.org
405.258.8747
May 16, 2019 Great Plains Tech Center, Lawton
Registration Required
josh@okgroundwater.org
405.258.8747
May 21, 2019 Franklin Electric, Wilburton
Registration Required
josh@okgroundwater.org
405.258.8747


Additional courses offered by the following organizations may be approved for continuing education credit. Please contact the OWRB for information about course eligibility:

International School of Well Drilling (online courses offered)
International Ground Source Heat Pump Association
Pumps of Oklahoma


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