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10.60.03.00.htm 10.60.03.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 60 BOARD OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALISTS Chapter 03 Continuing Education Authority: Health Occupations Article, §21-101―21-502, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.60.03.01.htm 10.60.03.01. 01 Approval of Training.. A. Board-approved training shall be designed to improve, advance, or extend professional skill and knowledge relating to the practice of an environmental health specialist.B. For courses for which continuing education units (CEUs) have been assigned, one CEU is equivalent to 10 clock or classroom hours of approved training.C. Board-approved training may consist of participation in any of the following:.
10.60.03.02.htm 10.60.03.02. 02 Proof of Training.. A. Each licensed environmental health specialist shall be responsible for the submission of proof of all approved training to the Board.B. Proof of training consists of:. 1) Transcripts from an educational institution attesting to the satisfactory completion of training;. 2) A certificate or other documentation signed by the instructor or sponsor of the training, attesting to the satisfactory completion of the training; or3) Other documentation de
10.60.03.03.htm 10.60.03.03. 03 Pre-Approved Providers and Courses.. A. Pre-Approved Providers.. 1) Pre-approved providers shall offer continuing education programs that meet the objectives set forth in Regulations .01A and C of this chapter.2) The following are pre-approved providers:. a) National, regional, or State accredited academic institutions offering academic courses programs recognized as acceptable environmental health specialist subject areas as defined by COMAR 10.60.01Bb) State regional, nation
10.60.03.04.htm 10.60.03.04. 04 Extension of Time.. A. The Board may grant an extension and conditionally renew a license for 6 months if the Board determines that:1) Failure to fulfill the continuing education requirements is a result of:. a) Functional impairment or prolonged illness that has been diagnosed by a health care practitioner;. b) Mandatory military service or deployment;. c) A prolonged absence from the United States;. d) An officially declared disaster; or. e) Financial hardship; and.
10.60.03.9999.htm 10.60.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01 and.02 adopted as an emergency provision effective January 3, 2013 (40:6 Md. R. 469) adopted permanently effective April 15, 2013 (40:7 Md. R. 612)Regulation .01C, E amended effective November 9, 2015 (42:22 Md. R. 1379) April 23, 2018 (45:8 Md. R. 422)Regulation .02B amended effective November 9, 2015 (42:22 Md. R. 1379). Regulation .03 adopted effective March 13, 2017 (44:5 Md. R. 294).
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