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Title 12 . Professional and Vocational Regulations
Chapter 19 . Big Game Guides and Transporters
Section 340. Failure to meet continuing education requirements and license reinstatement

12 AAC 19.340. Failure to meet continuing education requirements and license reinstatement

(a) The board will reinstate a license that was not renewed because of the licensee's failure to meet the continuing education requirements in 12 AAC 19.300 - 12 AAC 19.330 if the licensee submits to the board proof of completion of all required continuing education credit hours and meets all other requirements for license renewal.

(b) A licensee who is unable to obtain the continuing education hours required for license renewal due to reasonable cause or excusable neglect may submit a written request to the board for an exemption. The request for an exemption must include an explanation of the reasonable cause or excusable neglect that resulted in the licensees's failure to meet the continuing education requirements. If the board grants the exemption, the board will, in its discretion, prescribe an alternative method of compliance with the continuing education requirements as the board considers appropriate to the individual situation.

(c) In this section, "reasonable cause or excusable neglect" includes

(1) chronic illness;

(2) retirement;

(3) military service;

(4) leave of absence from active practice during the concluding licensing period; and

(5) hardships recognized by the board.

History: Eff. 6/21/97, Register 142

Authority: AS 08.63.050

AS 08.63.100


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