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26.05.03.00.htm 26.05.03.00. Title 26 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT Subtitle 05 BOARD OF WELL DRILLERS Chapter 03 Approved Training Authority: Environment Article, ยง13-101 et seq. Annotated Code of Maryland
26.05.03.01.htm 26.05.03.01. 01 Scope.. These regulations describe the continuing education requirements for licensees..
26.05.03.02.htm 26.05.03.02. 02 General.. A. In order to renew a license, the licensee shall submit to the Board satisfactory proof of the completion during the license renewal period of at least 20 clock or credit hours of approved training. Ten of the 20 credit hours of approved training shall be directly related to the category of the license that the individual holds. Each licensee holding two or more licenses issued by the Board may fulfill the continuing education requirements for
26.05.03.03.htm 26.05.03.03. 03 Approval of Training.. A. Board-approved training shall be designed to improve, advance, or extend the licensee's professional skill and knowledge relating to the practice of well drilling. Accreditation of continuing education programs by the Board is based solely upon the content of the programs.B. Board-approved training in the practice of well drilling may consist of participation in any of the following, provided there is satisfactory proof of completion acceptable
26.05.03.04.htm 26.05.03.04. 04 Proof of Training.. A. The licensee is responsible for the submission of proof of all approved training to the Board. Inability to substantiate credit hours submitted is grounds for disallowance of the credits in question.B. Proof of training consists of:. 1) Official transcripts from the educational institution;. 2) A certificate or other documentation signed by the instructor or sponsor of the training, attesting to the satisfactory completion of the training; or
26.05.03.9999.htm 26.05.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date: December 24, 1990 (17:25 Md. R. 2910).
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