The Cross Connection Control Program Administrator certification is for those individuals implementing a cross connection control program for their public drinking water system. This certification would also be valuable to those working for local health departments, doing sanitary surveys, and water system inspectors.
Step 1: Contact a course provider and enroll in a course
Step 2: Take 18 hour (minimum) course
Step 3: Take exam provided by DDW (Division of Drinking Water)
Results will be sent within one month of the exam.
Step 4: Submit exam application & fee to DDW
Your expiration date will always be 1 year after the day you passed your exam.
You need .6 (6 hours) Backflow-specific CEUs every year to renew your certification.
Failure to Renew
You simply retake the exam if you fail to renew by your expiration date (see expiration date above).
Step 1: Accumulate .6 CEUs annually
Take 6 hours of training annually, and submit proof of attendance for each course.
Step 2: Submit application and fee annually, before your expiration date
- Print and fill out Application
- Pay fees via Payment Portal
- Send to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
P.O. Box 144830
Salt Lake City, Utah
Step 3: Check Waterlink to see your certification status
If you see problems in Waterlink with your certification details, contact us.
Resources for Program Administrators can be found on the Water System Tools page.