Having your tools regularly checked by a professional technician ensures that the integrity of your wrench is maintained at all times and the tool is fit for service.
Having certification for every wrench goes without saying, peace of mind that the job will be completed safely and accurately! Remember the old saying " Oh No The Wheels Nuts!!" don't let anyone become a statistic it's your duty of care to ensure you do it right the first time!
Certification and tagging is all included with all checks, calibrations & repairs, you don't have to worry about the paper trail, that's our job.
How often is often enough? Well again calibration intervals set by national and international standards are either one year or 5000 cycles/clicks, whichever comes first.
Have you been counting? I'm sure you don't count off the clicks every time you use your wrench/es. A rough guide would be if you are using your wrench every day, then minimum should be every 6 months, but for very high usage applications or safety critical operations definitely more frequent checking and/or calibration may be necessary.