Kan. Admin. Regs. § 66-10-13 - Geology experience

Current through Register Vol. 41, No. 14, April 7, 2022

(a) The work experience required of each applicant shall expose the applicant to all phases of work integral to the discipline of geology in which the applicant claims qualification to practice and shall be verified as specified in paragraph (b)(2).
(b) Geology experience shall meet the following requirements:
(1) Fall within the definition of "practice of professional geology" in K.S.A. 74-7003, and amendments thereto; and
(2) be directly supervised by a licensed geologist for work performed after July 1, 2000. However, direct supervision by a licensed geologist shall not be required of the employees of any person, firm, or corporation that does not offer services in the technical professions to the public, although verification by the applicant's supervisor shall still be required.
(c) The following shall be used to assess credit for work experience:
(1) Experience credit shall not be allowed for work performed before graduation.
(2) One year of credit toward the experience requirement may be given for a master's degree in geology or in a closely related specialty area acceptable to the board.
(3) Each month of teaching in an accredited geology curriculum shall qualify for one month of geology experience. Teaching experience or other allowed experience, but not both, may be approved as experience for any concurrent calendar period.
(d) Each applicant shall supply references from at least three licensed geologists or licensed engineers who are familiar with the applicant's geology experience. At least two of these references shall be licensed geologists. One of the three references may be a licensed engineer.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 66-10-13
Authorized by K.S.A. 74-7013; implementing K.S.A. 74-7041a; effective Feb. 4, 2000; amended Feb. 9, 2001; amended Nov. 2, 2001; amended Nov. 1, 2002; amended Dec. 27, 2013; amended, T-66-5-30-14, July 1,2014; amended Sept. 26, 2014; amended by Kansas Register Volume 39, No. 47; effective 12/4/2020.

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