NOTE: TDLR continuing education requirements have been reinstated starting in July. Due to the pandemic, CE requirements were waived for all individual licenses expiring in March, April, May, and June 2020. See the TDLR Website for more information.

Online CE Classes

The Texas Ground Water Association (TGWA) will host a series of online CE classes. Zoom will be used as the platform. We will send instructions on how to download and join the Zoom link to all registrants. The registration fee is $100 for four hours of credit. Below are the upcoming dates:

Provider: Texas Ground Water Association (CE Provider #1447)

Proposed classes (subject to change):

  • WWD/PI Statutes & Rules Course, Adam Foster or Claire Satterwhite, TDLR (Course #22283) 
  • Introduction to Motor Failure Analysis, Robert Hill & Tom Drew, Grundfos (Course #22281) 
  • Solar Water Systems – Solutions off the Grid, Darol Hayse, Franklin Electric (Course #21644)
  • Water Well Drillers & Groundwater Districts, Amy Bush, RMBJ Geo, Inc., Stanton, TX (Course #21645) 

Thank you to our online CE Class Sponsors!



Live CE Classes

Each year, TGWA hosts a series of in-person C.E. classes across the state. Due to the current pandemic and restrictions on gatherings, we have postponed all in-person classes for now. We hope to resume classes later this year. 

Please check back regularly to get the latest status on our classes across the state.

Thank you to our 2020 C.E. Class Sponsors!

76.26 Revisions to Continuing Education Requirements (New section effective March 1, 2013)

To renew a license as driller or pump installer, a licensee must complete 4 hours of continuing education in courses approved by the department. The continuing education hours must include the following: on hour on instruction dedicate to the Water Well Driller/Pump Installer statutes and rules; and three hours of instruction in topics directly related to water well industry, including but not limited to well and water well pump standards, geologic characteristics of the state, state groundwater laws and related regulations, well construction and pump installation practices and techniques, health and safety, environmental protection, technological advances, or business management. The continuing education hours must have been completed within the term of the current license or registration, in the case of a timely renewal. For a late renewal, the continuing education hours must have been completed within the one year period immediately prior to the date of renewal. A licensee or registrant may not receive continuing education credit for attending the same course more than once. Licensees and registrants shall retain a copy of the certificate of completion for a course for one year after the date of completion. In conducting any inspection or investigation of the licensee, the department may examine the licensee's or registrant's records to determine compliance with this subsection.