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(a) An applicant for renewal of a mechanical administrator license shall document the satisfactory completion of the continuing education requirements in this section during the concluding licensing period, unless the licensee has passed a licensing examination based upon the appropriate codes or standards during the concluding licensing period.
(b) A mechanical administrator must satisfactorily complete at least one eight-hour continuing education workshop or an equivalent number of hours of a formal correspondence or individual study program approved by the department that covers the following codes or standards applicable to each category of license held:
(1) the Uniform Mechanical Code, in effect in the state at the time the applicant completes the eight hours of continuing education required in (b) of this section, for renewal of a mechanical administrator license in the categories of
(A) heating, cooling, and process piping;
(B) unlimited HVAC/sheet metal;
(C) unlimited refrigeration;
(D) mechanical systems temperature control; and
(E) residential HVAC;
(2) the Uniform Plumbing Code as adopted under AS 18.60.705 for renewal of a license in the unlimited commercial and industrial plumbing category;
(3) either the Uniform Plumbing Code as adopted under AS 18.60.705 or the Uniform Mechanical Code, in effect in the state at the time the applicant completes the eight hours of continuing education required in (b) of this section, for renewal of a license in the residential plumbing and hydronic heating category.
History: Eff. 7/7/94, Register 131; am 11/26/94, Register 132
Authority: AS 08.40.240
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