Training Requirements, Classes and Exams
The following links are useful for determining what training requirements are in place, checking due dates on continuing education requirements, determining when classes are available, registering for a class, determining AFT requirements and learning how to become an Outside Instructor.
Certification training and continuing education information:
- What Course Should I Take?
- Course Descriptions
- Check Your RRC Records
- Register Now
- Advanced Field Training (AFT)
- Commission-Approved Outside Instructors
- AFS Training FAQs
The following links are useful for individuals using LPG or servicing the LPG industry.
Guidelines and Training documents for industry use:
- Limited Liability Notice (PDF)
- Daily Checklist for Forklifts (PDF)
- Customer Safety Bulletins
- Sample Driver's Inspection Report (PDF)
- Forklift Troubleshooting Guide (PDF)
- Propane Pointers (PDF)
- Autogas Engine Fuel Courses
Classes and examinations are held year-round in all regions of Texas. The Alternative Fuels Safety (AFS) department’s 8-hour classes are FREE for RRC certificate holders who have paid the annual renewal fee. The fee for an 8-hour class is $75 per person for new applicants' first-year training class and for uncertified individuals, including those whose certificates have expired.
To view the schedule of classes and exams, go to the Training and Exam Events page.
CLASSES: Pre-registration is required for all classes at least 7 calendar days prior to the scheduled class. Classes may be canceled up to 7 days prior to the scheduled class. All classes begin at 8 a.m. and end at 5 p.m. unless otherwise noted. REGISTER NOW
EXAMINATIONS: Exams are offered by appointment only at 4044 Promontory Point in Austin. Pre-registration is required for all examinations. Please register at least 7 business days prior to the date you intend to take an examination. Examinations scheduled may be canceled up to 7 business days before the scheduled examination. REGISTER NOW
ONLINE EXAMINATIONS are proctored by a contracted vendor of the Railroad Commission of Texas. Resources allowed during online exam(s) include the appropriate rulebooks and other documents provided by the RRC in digital format. Notes, study guides or other printed materials are prohibited when taking online exams.
STUDY GUIDES AND SUPPLEMENTS for the RRC's LPG, CNG and LNG qualifying examinations are available to view, download or print prior to your examination date.
LPG Examination Study Guides
CNG Examination Study Guides
LNG Examination Study Guides