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(a) Subject to the requirements of 3 AAC 23.105, continuing education credit may be claimed for academic and nonacademic programs requiring class attendance if the course sponsor or provider
(1) prepares a course outline in advance and retains the outline for four years;
(2) provides a program that is a minimum of one contact hour;
(3) ensures that the program is conducted by a qualified instructor;
(4) retains a record of registration and attendance for four years that has been signed by each attendee; and
(5) retains biographical information on a qualified instructor for four years after the qualified instructor has presented a program offered by the course sponsor or provider.
(b) A licensee may claim continuing education credit for a nonacademic educational program that does not require class attendance, such as a self-study program, an instructional video, or instruction by electronic means. A licensee shall maintain documentation sufficient to establish completion of the program and to demonstrate that the program meets the requirements of 3 AAC 23.105.
History: Eff. 9/26/96, Register 139
Authority: AS 21.06.090
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