Kan. Admin. Regs. § 69-14-2 - License renewal

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021

(a) Each individual renewing an active license shall register with the board's designee and pay to the designee the fee required in K.A.R. 69-14-5.
(1) Each licensee shall complete the required 20 contact hours of approved CCE during the 2 years ending on the date on which the license expires.
(2) Each licensee whose license has expired shall complete the required 20 contact hours of approved CCE during the 2 years ending on the date of renewal.
(c) Each licensee shall complete as a part of the requirement of K.A.R. 69-14-2(b) at least five contact hours which are devoted to the following during each licensing period:
(1) Chemical control;
(2) public safety;
(3) product safety; or
(4) infection control.
(d) A licensee shall not be granted credit for attendance at identical offerings within one renewal period.
(e) For the purpose of accumulating required contact hours for licensure renewal, a licensee may:
(1) Acquire five contact hours of CCE from independent study; or
(2) request that all or part of the required 20 hours of CCE for license renewal be completed through independent study if:
(A) The individual resides in a foreign country for the entire two-year renewal period; or
(B) the individual demonstrates a need due to extenuating circumstances.
(f) An individual may accumulate 10 contact hours of the required CCE from instructor credit. Each presenter shall receive instructor credit only once for preparation and presentation of any particular offering.


Kan. Admin. Regs. § 69-14-2
Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 1995 Supp. 65-1904; effective July 5, 1996.

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