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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 23 . Miscellaneous
Section 140. Continuing education credit not allowed

3 AAC 23.140. Continuing education credit not allowed

The director will not allow continuing education credit for the following items:

(1) committee service in a professional organization or for the division of insurance under 3 AAC 23.145;

(2) a course, seminar, or program of instruction taken more than once unless the director determines that substantial new developments have occurred in the subject area and information on the new developments is included in the educational program since the licensee first attended the program;

(3) a course, seminar, or program of instruction completed before the effective date of the person's current license, except as allowed in AS 21.27.020 (f)(3).

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

Authority: AS 21.06.090

AS 21.27.020

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