Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 71. Dispensing Opticians
Section 110. Qualifications For Licensure.
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AS 08.71.110. Qualifications For Licensure.

(a) The department may issue a license to a person who

(1) has had education equivalent to four years attendance at a high school;

(2) has either

(A) completed at least 1,800 hours of training as an apprentice after registering with the department as an apprentice; or

(B) been engaged for at least 1,800 hours as a practicing optician in good standing in a state, territory, district, or possession of the United States;

(3) has passed the applicable examination required under AS 08.71.090 with a score acceptable to the department;

(4) has passed a course designated in the department's regulations as being acceptable; and

(5) has paid the required license fee.

(b) Graduation from an associate degree program in a recognized school or college of opticianry may be substituted for the experience required by (a)(2) and (4) of this section.

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