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(a) To be approved by the department, a continuing competency activity must contribute directly to the professional competency of a residential contractor and must be directly related to the skills and knowledge required for a person to work as a residential contractor.
(b) A continuing competency activity approved by one of the following organizations is approved by the department, without additional action, if the organization submits the information required by (c)(2) of this section and verification that the activity meets the requirements of (a) of this section:
(1) the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, the Department of Public Safety, or another state agency that offers an activity meeting the requirements of (a) of this section;
(2) the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC);
(3) the University of Alaska;
(4) the Alaska State Homebuilders Association;
(5) the Alaska Professional Design Council;
(6) the Alaska Building Science Network;
(7) the Alaska Craftsman Home Program, Inc.;
(8) the Associated General Contractors of Alaska.
(c) The department will approve, by means of a written determination, a continuing competency activity if the activity's sponsor or the residential endorsement holder
(1) demonstrates to the department's satisfaction that the activity meets the requirements of (a) of this section; and
(2) submits the following for approval on a form provided by the department:
(A) a description of the content of the activity;
(B) documentation of successful completion if the activity has already occurred;
(C) a copy of the certification that will be provided to successful participants if the activity has not yet occurred;
(D) each known date and location of the activity;
(E) the number of contact hours requested to be awarded for successful completion of the activity;
(F) the name, address, and telephone number of the sponsor;
(G) a statement explaining how the activity meets the requirements of (a) of this section.
(d) An approval under (c) of this section expires two years after the date of department approval or on the date that the department determines that the continuing competency activity no longer meets the requirements of this section, whichever is sooner.
(e) Any proposed modification to the content of a continuing competency activity must be submitted in writing to the department for approval before the modification is implemented.
History: Eff. 11/12/94, Register 132; am 10/15/2000, Register 156
Authority: AS 08.01.080
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