Section .0400 - Application

Link to law: http://reports.oah.state.nc.us/ncac/title 21 - occupational licensing boards and commissions/chapter 65 - recreational therapy licensure/21 ncac 65 .0401.html
Published: 2015

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SECTION .0400 - APPLICATION

 

21 NCAC 65 .0401             APPLICATION PROCEDURES FOR LICENSED

RECREATIONAL THERAPIST AND LICENSED RECREATIONAL THERaPY ASSISTANT

(a)  An applicant for licensure may request, in writing or

by website access, a current application package from the North Carolina Board

of Recreational Therapy Licensure.

(b)  All materials must be postmarked by the application deadline,

the 15th of each month, and posted on the Board website.

(c)  All items must be provided to constitute a full application

package, including:

(1)           A current head and shoulders color

photograph of the applicant;

(2)           The initial application for licensure fee

as stated in Rule .0500 of this Chapter; and

(3)           Official transcripts from each college or

university attended.

(d)  The Board shall review each application to determine an

applicant's eligibility for licensure as a Recreational Therapist or a

Recreational Therapy Assistant.  The Board shall notify the applicant in

writing if the applicant is ineligible for licensure.  The Board may require

supplemental information to the application to determine the facts governing

qualifications and competency of an applicant.  The procedure for gathering

such information may include an interview of the applicant by the Board.

(e)  The individual who is issued a license shall be issued

a license number.  Should that number be retired for any reason (such as death

or failure to renew the license) that number shall not be re-issued.

(f)  A licensure card and certificate bearing the current

name of the licensee, licensee number and the expiration date shall be issued

to each person having an active license.

(g)  The Board shall mail any notices to a licensee at the

last known address.

(h)  A license issued by the Board is the property of the

Board and must be surrendered by the licensee to the Board upon demand

according to these Rules.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 90C-27(a)(2), (b)(2);

90C-24(a)(3); 90C-32;

Temporary Adoption Eff. December 1, 2005;

Eff. January 1, 2007.