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A licensee may claim continuing education credit hours for an article published in a widely circulated and recognized professional publication or an insurance-related book. Before submitting an affidavit of compliance required under 3 AAC 23.150 and not less than 90 days before the licensee's license expires, a licensee claiming publication credit shall submit a copy of the publication showing authorship to the director. The director will, in the director's discretion, refer the submission to the continuing education advisory committee appointed under 3 AAC 23.145 for recommendation. After consideration of any recommendation from the committee, the director will determine the number of credit hours that will be allowed, if any, for the publication of the licensee. The director will notify the licensee of this determination by mail.
History: Eff. 9/26/96, Register 139
Authority: AS 21.06.090
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