Welcome to CTC Seminars
Here you will find information regarding Hazmat Training for Cylinder Retesters. That is what we do, and it is ALL we do. We provide training seminars for people who retest cylinders.
Darrell Garton (former Vice President of Galiso Inc.) created these seminars and has trained over 4,000 people since 1986. That's the real number, not counting duplicates who have come back for their recurrent training! No one else in the world has taught that many people to test cylinders. Included in the list of those trained by Mr. Garton are many of the DOT Enforcement Officers, FAA Inspectors, and TC (Transport Canada) Field Inspectors. In July of 2000 Mr. Garton branched off and created his own company. This new company, CTC (Certified Training Co.), is offering the same informative seminars that have become the standard of this industry.
Latest Updates (2013)
2013 Locations added
(As we arrange contracts with hotels, we will be posting more dates.)
2012 CFR Now Available Click Here
(The new CFR prints each Oct. 1, and is generally available after the first of the year.)
Here is the Link to the DOT site. Click Here.
CTC Online Training is coming!! Click Here
The demo is up, but we are still working on the full version. Sorry for the delay!
Special Permits Expired / Pending Renewal Click Here
Many Special Permits can still be used, others cannot. **Updated 03/24/2011**
Sidewall Stamping in Cylinders Click Here
Be Careful! These cylinders cannot be requalified, they are to be condemned.
Valve Insertion Guide Click Here
Compilation of the best data I have been able to put together from CGA documents and industry experts. (See also in the Resources section.)
FAA Order 8900.1 Click Here
Only US DOT Cylinder allowed on US registered aircraft. (See also in the Resources section.)
US DOT Courses Click Here
Transport Canada Courses Click Here
It's back!!! Try our "HydroQuiz"
Which CGA Pamphlets am I supposed to have??? Click Here
(This is no change or update, but you may have been given the wrong information!)
Don't forget, 6351 Alloy Aluminum cylinders now require Eddy Current Examination. See section 180.209(m) in the regulations after 2006.
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