365-210-061 - Manufactured home installer - Continuing education requirements
365-210-061. Manufactured home installer - Continuing education requirements
Certified manufactured home installers must complete a minimum of four credit hours of continuing education every three years. The continuing education credit hours may be satisfied by attending classes offered by the department or classes offered by an alternative education provider approved by the department pursuant to WAC 365-210-180. All fees required by WAC 365-210-063 for continuing education classes must be paid to the department in advance.
(1) The department will offer continuing education classes every three years beginning January 2004.
Example: Continuing education classes will be offered in the years 2004, 2007, 2010, 2013, etc.
(2) Continuing education class curriculum will include statute, code, or rule changes and common installation problems.
(3) If a certified installer is unable to attend the continuing education classes offered by the department or alternative education provider, the installer may attend a regularly scheduled installer certification training course.
Statutory Authority: RCW 43.63B.005, [43.63B.]020,[43.63B.]040, [43.63B.]060, [43.63B.]035, [43.63B.]090,[43.63B.]800, 43.330.040. 03-07-035, § 365-210-061, filed 3/13/03, effective 4/13/03.
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