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Continuing Education Instructors of Medical Gas Piping for Certification

Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 45:14C-30 Certification of medical gas piping instructors

(a) To be eligible for certification as a medical gas piping instructor an applicant shall be either:

    1. A licensed master plumber in New Jersey;

    2. A journeyman plumber who has successfully completed an apprenticeship program accredited by the United States Department of Labor;

    3. A steam fitter or pipe fitter employed by a plumbing contractor;

    4. An individual who has engaged in the practice of installing medical gas piping for the past five years; or

    5. An individual who holds certification from NFPA for the past five years.

(b) An applicant for certification as a medical gas piping instructor shall submit to the Board:

    1. A completed application for certification;

    2. Evidence that the applicant has met the qualifications of (a) above;

    3. Evidence that the applicant has successfully completed a 40 hour course that covers the most recent edition of the ASSE Series 6050 Professional Qualifications Standards for Medical Gas Systems Instructors, published by the ASSE, 901 Canterbury Road, Suite A, Westlake, OH, 44145, incorporated herein by reference;

    4. Evidence that the applicant has passed the examination requirements of (c) below; and

    5. The application fee and initial certification fee.

(c) To qualify for certification, an applicant shall:

    1. Successfully pass the NITC Medical Gas Instructor examination; or

    2. Successfully pass a brazer examination offered by the AWS and a training program in instructional training approved by a major medical gas producer.

If you are interested in becoming a Certified Medical Gas Piping Instructor for the State Board of Examiners of Master Plumbers, please send your letter of intent and Resume to the Board Office at the following address:

State of New Jersey
Division of Consumer Affairs

State Board of Examiners of Master Plumbers
124 Halsey Street, 6th Floor
P.O. Box 45008
Newark, New Jersey 07101

If you have any questions regarding becoming a Certified Instructor,
please call Rosemarie or Barbara at (973) 504-6420

   
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