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(a) A complete application for a mechanical administrator license by credentials consists of
(1) a completed application, on a form provided by the department, that identifies the license category for which the applicant is applying;
(2) the fees required in 12 AAC 02.245;
(3) verification of a current, active license from another state, sent directly to the department by the other state, that identifies any relevant license category;
(4) verification of an examination passed in another state, sent directly to the department by the other state, that is equivalent to the examination administered in this state;
(5) official transcripts from any college, university, or trade school attended by the applicant that is nationally or regionally accredited or approved by the Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education if the applicant is submitting proof of completed education to qualify for a license; official transcripts must be sent directly to the department by that college, university, or trade school;
(6) a complete resume detailing the applicant's education and experience in the license category for which the applicant is applying; and
(7) repealed 11/26/94;
(8) a notarized certificate in support of the applicant's experience, skills, and qualifications for licensure as a mechanical administrator, sent directly to the department from each of three persons who
(A) are employed in the mechanical industry in any state; and
(B) have direct personal knowledge of the applicant's work experience and qualifications.
(b) The department will, in its discretion, require additional documentation necessary to substantiate the experience and education claimed by an applicant before approving an applicant for licensure by credentials.
History: Eff. 7/7/94, Register 131; am 11/26/94, Register 132; am 1/22/2004, Register 169
Authority: AS 08.40.230
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