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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 23 . Miscellaneous
Section 130. Credit for instructing an education program

3 AAC 23.130. Credit for instructing an education program

(a) Subject to the limitations in this section, a licensee may claim one continuing education credit hour for each hour the licensee spends instructing an education program that meets the requirements of AS 21.27.020 , 3 AAC 23.105, and 3 AAC 23.110. The continuing education credit may be claimed only once for instruction of a specific education program unless the director finds that substantial new developments have occurred in the subject area and information on the new developments is included in a subsequent presentation of the program by the licensee.

(b) In addition to the continuing education credit hours claimed under (a) of this section, a licensee may claim a continuing education credit hour for each hour the licensee spends preparing to instruct an education program. A licensee, however, may not claim more than two hours of preparation time for each hour of instruction time claimed.

(c) A licensee may not claim more than eight credit hours under this section during a two-year license period.

History: Eff. 9/26/96, Register 139

Authority: AS 21.06.090

AS 21.27.020


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