I have registered with TSCTA before but I can't locate some of my log in information. Can you help me?
I am taking the training in order to satisfy the education requirements for a registration, certification of license. Does my course fee include all associated costs?
I am registered for a class at TSCTA and need travel instructions. Where can I find this information?
Beginning March 1, 2018, many building construction workers must have completed at a minimum, 10 or 30 hours of OSHA safety training. This applies to all job sites that require a Site Safety Plan, therefore sites with a Construction Superintendent, Site Safety Coordinator or Site Safety Manager.
Owners and builders of buildings less than 10 stories, please note that this law is applicable to you.
Workers who already have 10-hour and 30-hour cards do not need to change over to the new cards. They may choose to purchase a new card by contacting the trainer who conducted the class, but only if the course was taken within the past five years. If you took your training with a TSCTA instructor, to request a replacement card click here.
Are the 32-hour suspended scaffold supervisor and 32 hour rigging foreman programs the same courses?
- The 4 Hour User Supported Scaffold card is released to students after class EXCEPT:
- Your company/employer paid for the training and requested that the card be mailed to their office.
- Scaffold classes which require that students pass a final exam will be available for pick-up 1-2 business days after the end of class.
|ID Card Type||Course Required to Renew|
|4 Hour Supported Scaffold||4 Hour Supported Scaffold|
|32 Hour Supported Scaffold Installer/Remover||8 Hour Supported Scaffold Installer Remover Refresher required every 4 years|
|16 Hour Suspended Scaffold User||8 Hour Suspended Scaffold User Refresher required every 4 years|
|32 Hour Suspended Scaffold Supervisor||8 Hour Suspended Scaffold Supervisor Refresher required every 4 years|
What is the difference between the 32-Hour Suspended Scaffold Supervisor course and the 32 Hour Rigging Supervisor course?
FDNY Approved Courses
I've reviewed the criteria and want to proceed. What training do I need to get the FDNY T-89/F-89 Certificate of Fitness?
What do I do if I'm a Fire Safety Director and/or Fire Life & Safety Director at multiple locations (more than two)?
Environmental Health Training
- If the Renovator completes a Refresher course which includes hands-on training, their certificate is valid for 5 years.
- If the Renovator completes a Refresher course that did not include hands-on training, their certificate is valid for 3 years.
Professional Development Hour (PDH) is defined as one contact hour of instruction, presentation or study. The term PDH is commonly used in the engineering community. 10 PDHs will be credited for 1 CEU as long as the provider follows IACET's requirements as is the case for TSCTA courses.
Determination of qualifying activities must be made by the licensee in the states that do not pre-approve courses or activities. With the broad range of opportunities to earn PDH, it is up to the licensee to determine whether the activity qualifies under the Board's requirements.
1.0 IACET CEU (Continuing Education Unit) = 10 PDH's or 10 LU's.
1.0 LU (Learning Unit) for architects = 1.0 PDH for engineers.
- Attendance for 100% of the training.
- Active participation in all in learning activities.
- Completion and submittal of CEU Student Registration Form
- Completion of post-training evaluations.
- Successful completion of required pre and posttest and, as applicable, achievement of minimum passing score on required course examination.
- Architects: Every NYS licensed and registered architect must complete 36 hours of continuing education during each three-year registration period. A minimum of 18 of the 36 hours of continuing education must be completed through courses of learning. For additional information, visit http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/arch/archce.htm
- Engineers: Professional Engineers in New York must register with the State Education Department every three years to practice their profession. For registrations due on or after 1/7/2007, professional engineers will be required to complete 36 contact hours of continuing education in each three-year registration period.* For more information, visit: http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/pels/peceques.htm
- Land Surveyors: Land Surveyors in New York must register with the State Education Department every three years to practice their profession. To register, individuals must complete 24 hours of continuing education during each three-year registration period. For more information, visit: http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/pels/peceques.htm
- Certified Safety Professional (CSP): Certificate holders must accumulate 25 points every 5-years to recertify. Under Category 7, participation in continuing education courses and seminars, individuals can earn an unrestricted number of points per year.
- Occupational Health and Safety Technician (OHST): Certificate holders must accumulate 20 points every 5-years to recertify. Under Category 7, participation in continuing education courses and seminars, individuals can earn an unrestricted number of points per year.
- Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST): Certificate holders must accumulate 20 points every 5-years to recertify. Under Category 7, participation in continuing education courses and seminars, individuals can earn an unrestricted number of points per year.
- Certified Environmental, Safety and Health Trainer (CET) : Certificants must take 30 hours of safety and health courses, retake the Safety Trained Supervisor (STS) exam or earn the OHST, CHST, or CSP every 5-years.