Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1200-30-01-.11 - LICENSURE RETIREMENT AND REACTIVATION

(1) License holders who wish to retain their licenses, but not actively practice alcohol and drug counseling, may avoid expiration of licensure and/or compliance with the licensure renewal process by licensure retirement. A license may be retired by obtaining from and submitting to the Board an affidavit of retirement form along with any documentation which may be required.
(2) Any licensee whose license has been retired may reactivate the license by:
(a) Paying the licensure renewal fee.
(b) If requested, appearing before the Board for an interview regarding continued competence in the event of licensure retirement in excess of two (2) years.
(c) Successfully completing the written examination for licensure if licensure retirement was in excess of five (5) years and the Board determines that re-examination is necessary to protect the public.
(d) Complying with the continuing education requirements.
(3) Application procedures shall be governed by Rule 1200-30-01-.07, and applicant review and licensure decisions shall be governed by Rule 1200-30-01-.15.


Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1200-30-01-.11
Original rule filed May 25, 1994; effective August 9, 1994. Repeal and new rule filed January 30, 1997; effective May 30, 1997. Repeal and new rule filed December 28, 1999; effective March 12, 2000. Amendment filed December 13, 2000; effective February 26, 2001.

Authority: T.C.A. ยงยง 4-5-202, 4-5-204, 68-24-605, and 68-24-606.

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