(1) An applicant for licensure through
examination who has graduated from an occupational therapy course or school
taught or situated in a foreign country may be admitted to the examination by
demonstrating to the satisfaction of the Board that his/her course of training
was as high as the standards maintained in Georgia. In ascertaining whether
such an applicant meets such standards, the Board shall consider whether the
school or course of training has been approved by the American Occupational
Therapy Certification Board and whether the applicant's credentials have been
evaluated and accepted by the American Occupational Therapy Certification
(2) The Board requires that
foreign trained applicants must successfully complete the foreign trained
occupational therapy practitioner's process as is required to take the board
approved examination. The Board approved examination is administered by the
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 671-3-.10
entitled "Foreign Applicant" was filed on July 15,
1977; effective August 4, 1977.
Repealed: New Rule of same title adopted. F.
May 18, 1991; eff.
June 2, 1991.
Amended: New title "Foreign Applicant. Amended." F.
June 1, 2017; eff.
June 21, 2017.