To become a Wyoming certified operator, follow these steps!
Set Up An Account in the Operator Certification database using the Login Instructions. You must live in or work as an operator in Wyoming in order to become a Wyoming certified operator.
Send in Your High School Equivalency (HSE) Documents. Send in a document proving that you have the equivalent of a High School education (HSE).
High School Transcripts: To obtain a copy of a Wyoming high school transcript from the Wyoming State Archives, complete and submit the transcript request form. There is a fee of $4 to process your transcript request. They can be reached by phone at 307-777-7018.
GED Certificate: The Wyoming Community College Commission can assist you with obtaining a General Educational Development certificate of high school equivalency (GED) or a copy of a previously issued GED certificate. They can be reached by phone at 307-777-7763.
Military Discharge Form DD214
College or Trade School Transcripts
If you cannot provide any of the documents above, please contact the Operator Certification Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 307-777-6128.
All operators must meet Wyoming's minimum experience requirements in order to obtain certification.
All operators must meet Wyoming's minimum training requirements in order to obtain certification.
ABC sens exam scores to DEQ in about 2 weeks. While you are waiting, make sure that your training and experience records are up to date and that you meet the Wyoming certification requirements.
Reciprocal Certification: Operators certified in another state whose certifications are current and in good standing, may apply for reciprocal certification. You must live in or work as an operator in the State of Wyoming before DEQ will consider your application. Complete a separate application for each reciprocal certificate.