Current as of: Dec. 2011
(1)(a) Persons currently licensed, or who have been approved prior to October 1, 1995, under one of the five voluntary certification programs defined in subsection 61G19-1.009(3), F.A.C., shall be deemed by the Board to have satisfied the requirements for a standard certificate in the category of voluntary certificate currently held.
(b) Employees of counties with a population of less than 50,000 or of municipalities with a population of less than 3,500, shall be deemed by the Board to have satisfied the requirements for standard certification provided the employee is certified by one of the voluntary programs set forth in this section no later than October 1, 1998.
(2) The Board shall issue a standard certificate by endorsement to a person certified under a certification or training program not defined in subsection 61G19-1.009(3), F.A.C., provided that the examination, qualification, education, and experience standards of the applicant’s alternate program are substantially similar to the examination, qualification, education, and experience standards set by the Board.
(3) Individuals applying for certification pursuant to this section must submit an application for licensure by endorsement on form, BPR/BCAI/14 Rev. 7/97, Application For Licensure By Endorsement, which is hereby incorporated by reference and will be effective 10-1-97, copies of which may be obtained from the Board office, pay the application fee and certification fee pursuant to Rule 61G19-10.001, F.A.C., to the Board, but are not required to take a Board examination as otherwise required under the provisions of this part.
Laws implemented by this Rule: Florida Statutes § 468.609, 468.613
This Rule authorized by: Florida Statutes § 468.606
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