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(a) A certificate of approval remains in effect for a period of no more than five years from date of issuance.
(b) A certificate may be revoked or suspended for failure to comply with the requirements of this chapter or other statutes and regulations governing the health, safety and welfare of students and employees.
(c) If the department has reasonable cause to believe that the holder of a certificate has failed to comply with this chapter or other applicable statutes and regulations, it may notify the holder of the basis for its belief and schedule a hearing on the matter to determine whether the certificate should be revoked or suspended. The commissioner shall appoint a hearing officer to preside over the hearing and to control its proceedings. The hearing shall be public, and all interested persons who have information relevant to the inquiry shall be permitted to be heard or to submit written statements and arguments, or both. A record shall be kept of the hearing.
(d) Following the hearing, the hearing officer shall prepare his findings and conclusions and recommend appropriate action to the commissioner. The commissioner shall review the hearing officer's recommendations and decide what, if any, action should be taken.
(e) A certificate holder whose certificate has been revoked or suspended by the commissioner may request, in writing and within 15 days of receiving notification of the commissioner's decision, that the board review that decision. A review will be made by the board or a committee of the board in the same manner as that provided in 4 AAC 60.040. The decision of the board is final.
History: Eff. 4/20/73, Register 45; am 5/20/77, Register 62
Authority: AS 14.07.020 (8)
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