Register for a CETP class today
The New York Propane Gas Association is committed to ensuring the safety of the state’s propane providers and the many customers they serve.
That’s why we offer the Certified Employee Training Program (CETP), with classes scheduled throughout the year at different venues across the state. Instruction ranges from basic principles and practices of propane to advanced certifications in delivery, plant operations, distribution systems and more.
Propane Safety and Emergency Response Training
This combines classroom instruction and hands-on training for propane professionals and first responders dealing with propane emergencies.
Click here for the 2020 private training rebate form.
Click here for the 2020 8-Hour Emergency Responder Refresher Course
Click here for the 2020 safety and training registration form
Click here for NYPGA CETP training information
Click here for NYPGA CETP curriculum map
Click here for independent skill Evaluators/Assessors for hire
The Safety & Training Committee of the NYPGA also offers on-demand training (classes not previously scheduled) with 30 days advance notice required to schedule a class (CETP or Non-CETP), allowing us time to hire a suitable instructor.
The on-demand class must be open to outside marketer companies and their employees.
Requestor/host provides the venue and must guarantee and pay for a minimum of 10 attendees at the pre-determined class fee published on the NYPGA Safety & Training Schedule of classes at the time of the request.
- 3-day class @ $180 per person / nonmarketer fee $360
- 2-day class @ $130 per person / nonmarketer fee $260
- 1-day class @ $100 per person / nonmarketer fee $200
The requestor/host will be reimbursed for the venue at a rate of $100-$200 per day. The actual rate will be determined based on negotiated contract pricing in the surrounding area at a local for-hire venue such as a hotel.
The requestor/host will be reimbursed $15 per person per day for food and beverage purchased by attendees.
Instructor fees will be the responsibility of the NYPGA.
Instructors must have a previously submitted and approved Request for Proposal (RFP) on file with the NYPGA. The instructors will be contracted by the NYPGA based on their normal rate schedule.
Newly scheduled classes will be announced on this website and NYPGA members will be notified by email.