A. An applicant for either a license as a perfusionist-basic or perfusionist-advanced shall:
(1) Complete an application on a form supplied by the Board;
(2) Pay the required application fee set by the Board in Regulation .13 of this chapter;
(3) Be 18 years old or older;
(4) Be of good moral character;
(5) Demonstrate spoken and written competency in English by any of the following:
(a) Documentation of graduation from a recognized English-speaking high school or undergraduate school after at least 3 years of enrollment;
(b) Documentation of graduation from a recognized English-speaking professional school; or
(c) Documentation of receiving a grade of at least:
(i) 26 on the “Speaking Section” of the Internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language; and
(ii) 79 on the total score of the Internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language;
(6) If applicable, provide documentation of licensure, certification, or registration from all states and jurisdictions where the applicant has ever held a license, certificate, or registration in any health profession; and
(7) Have no history of public disciplinary action taken, or pending, against any license currently or previously held or expired.
B. An applicant for a license as:
(1) A perfusionist-basic shall submit satisfactory evidence of graduation from a perfusion educational program that is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the Allied Health Education Program, or the Commission’s predecessor or successor;
(2) A perfusionist-advanced shall submit satisfactory evidence of current national certification from the national certifying board.