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10.53.04.00.htm 10.53.04.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 53 BOARD OF NURSING ― ELECTROLOGY PRACTICE COMMITTEE Chapter 04 Continuing Education Authority: Health Occupations Article, §8-201, 8-205, 8-206, and 8-6B-01―8-6B-29, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.53.04.01.htm 10.53.04.01. 01 Definition.. A. In this chapter, the following term has the meaning indicated.. B. Term Defined. "One continuing education unit (CEU) means 1 clock hour of participation in an organized continuing education experience that is:1) Related to the clinical practice of electrology;. 2) Obtained after original licensure is granted; and. 3) Approved by the Board.. C. Professional education eligible for continuing education credit shall be:.
10.53.04.02.htm 10.53.04.02. 02 Continuing Education Requirements.. A. A licensed electrologist shall:. 1) Complete 10 clock hours of Board-approved CEUs by October 28 of each year of licensure; and. 2) Provide proof of completion to the Board upon renewal of licensure.. B. CEUs earned in one renewal period may not be carried over to the next license renewal period.. C. An individual seeking reinstatement of a license expired for less than 5 years shall provide evidence of 10 clock hours of
10.53.04.03.htm 10.53.04.03. 03 Continuing Education Unit.. A. One CEU is equivalent to 1 hour of education.. B. More than one course may be taken to fulfill the CEU requirement.. C. One semester credit hour at an approved university or college as required in Regulation .04 of this chapter taken for credit or audit is equivalent to 10 CEUs.D. The total number of CEUs required is prorated for an individual for whom one of the following actions takes place within a renewal period:
10.53.04.04.htm 10.53.04.04. 04 Approval of Courses.. A. The Board shall approve a course, seminar, or speaker session if it is:. 1) Relevant to the practice of electrology; and. 2) Offered by a:. a) College or university approved by MHEC;. b) State or national professional electrology association;. c) Board-approved electrology program;. d) Health department or hospital;. e) American Red Cross; or. f) American Heart Association.. B. Requests for Approval.. 1) If a course is not listed in §A of this regulat
10.53.04.9999.htm 10.53.04.9999. Administrative History Effective date: January 16, 1984 (11:1 Md. R. 44). Regulation .01G adopted effective March 14, 1994 (21:5 Md. R. 404) ―. Regulation .01, Electrologists' Office, repealed and new Regulations .01―04 adopted under new chapter, Continuing Education, effective June 20, 2005 (32:12 Md. R. 1047)Regulation .01C, D adopted effective May 20, 2019 (46:10 Md. R. 490). Regulation .02 amended effective August 19, 2013 (40:16 Md. R. 1344).
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