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Part 7. Continuing Education

Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
Director’s Office

Dentistry – General Rules

(By authority conferred on the director of the department of licensing and regulatory affairs by sections 2226, 16145, 16215(6), 16625, and 16644 of 1978 PA 368, MCL 333.2226, 333.16145, 333.16215(6), 333.16225, and 333.16644, and Executive Reorganization Order Nos. 1996-1, 1996-2, 2003-1, and 2011-4, MCL 330.3101, 445.2001, 445.2011, and 445.2030)

Part 7. Continuing Education

R 338.11701 Renewal of a dentist license; dental specialist; special retired volunteer dentist license; requirements; applicability.

Rule 1701. (1) This rule applies to applications for the renewal of a dentist license under sections 16201(1) and (2) and 16184(2) and (3) of the code.

(2) An applicant for a license renewal who has been licensed for the 3-year period immediately preceding the expiration date of the license shall comply with both of the following:

(a) Possess current certification in basic or advanced cardiac life support from an agency or organization that grants certification pursuant to standards substantially equivalent to the standards adopted in R 338.11705(3).

(b) Complete at least 1 continuing education credit in pain and symptom management in each renewal period. Continuing education credits in pain and symptom management may include, but are not limited to, courses in behavior management, psychology of pain, pharmacology, behavior modification, stress management, clinical applications, and drug interactions.

(3) In addition to the requirements of subrule (2) of this rule, an applicant for a dentist license shall comply with all of the following:

(a) Complete not less than 60 hours of continuing education approved by the board during the 3-year period immediately preceding the application for renewal.

(b) Complete a minimum of 20 hours of the 60 hours required of approved continuing education in programs directly related to clinical issues such as delivery of care, materials used in delivery of care, and pharmacology.

(c) Complete a minimum of 20 hours of the required 60 hours of approved continuing education by attending live courses or programs that provide for direct interaction between faculty and participants, including, but not limited to, lectures, symposia, live teleconferences, workshops, and participation in volunteer clinical services provided for in R 338.11703(o). These courses, with the exception of the volunteer clinical services, may be counted toward the required courses in clinical issues such as delivery of care, materials used in delivery of care, and pharmacology.

(4) In addition to the requirements of subrules (2) and (3) of this rule, a dental specialist shall complete 20 hours of the 60 required board-approved continuing education hours in the dental specialty field in which he or she is certified within the 3-year period immediately preceding the renewal application.

(5) In addition to the requirements of subrule (2) of this rule, an applicant for a special retired dentist license shall comply with all of the following:

(a) Complete not less than 40 hours of continuing education acceptable to the board during the 3-year period immediately preceding the date of the application.

(b) Complete a minimum of 14 hours of the required 40 hours of approved continuing education in programs directly related to clinical issues such as delivery of care, materials used in delivery of care, and pharmacology.

(c) Complete a minimum of 14 hours of the required 40 hours of approved continuing education by attending live courses or programs that provide for direct interaction between faculty and participants, including but not limited to, lectures, symposia, live teleconferences, workshops, and providing volunteer clinical services provided for in R 338.11703(o). These courses, with the exception of the volunteer clinical services, may be counted toward the required courses in clinical issues such as delivery of care, materials used in delivery of care, and pharmacology.

(d) Comply with the conditions for renewal in section 16184(2) of the code, MCL 333.16184(2).

(6) The submission of the online renewal shall constitute the applicant's certification of compliance with the requirements of this rule. The board may require an applicant or a licensee to submit evidence to demonstrate compliance with this rule. The applicant or licensee shall maintain evidence of complying with the requirements of this rule for a period of 4 years from the date of the submission for renewal.

History: 1991 AACS; 2004 AACS; 2011 AACS; 2014 MR 19, Eff. Oct. 8, 2014.

R 338.11703 Acceptable continuing education for dentists; limitations.

Rule 1703. The board shall consider any of the following as acceptable continuing education for dentists:

(a) Successful completion of a course or courses offered for credit in a dental school or a hospital-based dental specialty program approved by the board pursuant to R 338.11301, a dental hygiene school approved by the board pursuant to R 338.11303, or a dental assisting school approved by the board pursuant to R 338.11307. Ten hours of continuing education shall be credited for each quarter credit earned and 15 hours shall be credited for each semester credit earned, without limitation.

(b) Satisfactory participation for a minimum of 7 months in a postgraduate dental clinical training program in a hospital or institution that is approved by the board under R 338.11301. A maximum of 20 credit hours per calendar year may be earned for participation.

(c) Attendance at a continuing education program offered by a dental school or a hospital-based dental specialty program approved by the board pursuant to R 338.11301, a dental hygiene school approved by the board pursuant to R 338.11303, or a dental assisting school approved by the board under R 338.11307. One hour of continuing education shall be credited for each hour of program attendance, without limitation.

(d) Attendance at a continuing education program approved by the board under R 338.11705. One hour of continuing education shall be credited for each hour of program attendance, without limitation.

(e) Development and presentation of a table clinical demonstration or a continuing education lecture offered in conjunction with the presentation of continuing education programs approved by the board. One hour of continuing education shall be credited for each hour devoted to the development and initial presentation of a table clinical demonstration or a continuing education lecture, with a maximum of 10 hours of continuing education credited for the development and presentation of the same table clinical demonstration or lecture.

(f) The initial publication of an article or articles related to the practice of dentistry, dental hygiene, or dental assisting in the journal of an accredited school of dentistry, dental hygiene, or dental assisting or a state or state component association of dentists, dental specialists, dental hygienists, or dental assistants. Twelve hours of continuing education shall be credited.

(g) The initial publication of an article or articles related to the practice of dentistry, dental hygiene, or dental assisting in a textbook or in the journal of a national association of dentists, dental specialists, dental hygienists, or dental assistants. Twenty-five hours of continuing education shall be credited.

(h) Reading articles, viewing, or listening to media, other than online programs, devoted to dental, dental hygiene, or dental assisting education. One hour of continuing education shall be credited for each hour devoted to such education, with a maximum of 10 hours credited under this category.

(i) Participation in board-approved, continuing education activities offered online, through electronic media, or both. A maximum of 30 hours of continuing education may be earned.

(j) Successful completion of an American board specialty examination. Ten hours of continuing education shall be credited in the year in which the applicant is advised he or she passed the examination.

(k) Renewal of a license held in another state that requires continuing education for license renewal that is substantially equivalent to that required in these rules if the applicant resides and practices in another state. For a dentist, 60 hours of continuing education shall be credited for evidence of current licensure in another state.

(l) Attendance at a continuing education program which has been granted approval by another state board of dentistry. One continuing education hour may be granted for each hour of program attendance.

(m) Attendance at dental-related programs which shall be documented by the licensee as relevant to health care and advancement of the licensee's dental education. The board shall deny a request for approval if the continuing education request does not meet the criteria used by the board for approval of continuing education hours. Ten hours of continuing education shall be credited.

(n) Attendance at programs related to topics approved for category 1 continuing education by the boards of medicine or osteopathic medicine. A maximum of 30 credit hours per renewal period for a dentist may be earned.

(o) Dentists and retired volunteer dentists may receive continuing education credit for providing volunteer clinical dental services within this state as provided in this rule.

(i) A dentist or retired volunteer dentist may provide volunteer clinical care at a board-approved program that complies with both of the following:

(A) Is a public or non-profit entity, program, or event, or a school or nursing home.

(B) Provides clinical dental services to the indigent or dentally underserved populations.

(ii) A licensee shall not receive direct or indirect remuneration of any kind, including, but not limited to, remuneration for materials purchased or used.

(iii) The program shall require a licensee to sign in and sign out daily upon commencement and termination of the provision of services.

(iv) Continuing education credit shall be calculated at the ratio of 1 continuing education credit hour for each 120 minutes of patient services.

(v) A dentist may earn a maximum of 20 volunteer credit hours per renewal period. A retired volunteer dentist may earn a maximum of 26 volunteer credit hours per renewal period.

(vi) Board-approved sponsors that provide volunteer continuing education opportunities under this rule shall comply with all of the following:

(A) Apply to the department to obtain approval as a sponsoring entity, pursuant to R 338.11705(7).

(B) Retain patient records.

(C) Retain documentation of all volunteer assignments and the hours of service provided.

(D) Provide the records and a copy of the assignments and the hours of service provided to the board upon request.

(E) Provide each licensee with verification of volunteer work performed by the licensee upon completion of the licensee’s service.

(vii) The board may revoke the approval status of any entity that fails to comply with these rules.

(viii) A licensee who is employed by an entity that provides dental services to the indigent or dentally underserved populations may not obtain credit for volunteer services at the entity at which the licensee is employed, but may receive credit for qualified volunteer services at other approved entities.

(ix) A dentist or retired volunteer dentist who provides volunteer clinical dental services shall maintain proof of these services for at least 4 years.

(x) A licensee who fails to maintain accurate and complete records of services rendered may not receive continuing education credit for those services.

(xi) A licensee under a board order or agreement that provides for the provision of volunteer services may not receive continuing education credit for the provision of the volunteer services.

(xii) A dentist with a specialty license issued from this state shall limit volunteer clinical dental services to the specialty area in which the dentist is licensed.

(xiii) Continuing education credit hours earned through volunteer clinical work shall not count toward the required 20 continuing education hours for dentists or 14 continuing education hours for retired volunteer dentists on clinical issues such as delivery of care, materials used in the delivery of care, and pharmacology, or the 1 continuing education hour required for pain management, as required by R 338.11701(2).

History: 1991 AACS; 2004 AACS; 2011 AACS; 2014 MR 19, Eff. Oct. 8, 2014.

R 338.11704 License renewal for registered dental hygienists and registered dental assistants; requirements; applicability.

Rule 1704. (1) This rule applies to applications for the renewal of a registered dental hygienist license or a registered dental assistant license under section 16201(1) and (2) of the code, MCL 333.16201(1) and (2).

(2) An applicant for license renewal who has been licensed for the 3-year period immediately preceding the expiration date of the license shall possess current certification in basic or advanced cardiac life support for an agency or organization that grants certification pursuant to standards substantially equivalent to the standards adopted in R 338.11705(3) and shall comply with the following requirements, as applicable:

(a) For a registered dental hygienist license or a registered dental assistant license, the applicant shall have completed not less than 36 hours of continuing education acceptable to the board during the 3-year period immediately preceding the date of the application. Each licensee shall complete a minimum of 12 hours of the required 36 hours of approved continuing education in programs directly related to clinical issues such as delivery of care, materials used in the delivery of care, and pharmacology.

(b) For a registered dental hygienist license or a registered dental assistant license, the applicant shall complete a minimum of 12 hours of the required 36 hours of approved continuing education by attending live courses or programs that provide for direct interaction between faculty and participants, including, but not limited to, lectures, symposia, live teleconferences, workshops and provision of volunteer clinical services provided for in R 338.11704a. These courses, with the exception of the volunteer clinical services, may be counted toward the required courses in clinical issues such as delivery of care, materials used in delivery of care, and pharmacology.

(c) Applicants holding both a registered dental hygienist license and a registered dental assistants license shall have completed not less than a total of 36 hours of continuing education acceptable to the board during the 3-year period immediately preceding the date of the application. The 36 hours shall include not less than 12 hours devoted to registered dental hygienist functions, and not less than 12 hours devoted to registered dental assistants functions.

(d) If an organized continuation course or program is offered in segments of 50 to 60 minutes each, 1 hour of credit shall be given for each segment.

(e) Each licensee shall complete at least 1 continuing education credit in pain and symptom management in each renewal period. Continuing education credits in pain and symptom management may include, but are not limited to, courses in behavior management, psychology of pain, pharmacology, behavior modification, stress management, clinical applications, and drug interactions.

(3) The submission of the online renewal shall constitute the applicant's certification of compliance required by this rule. The board may require an applicant or licensee to submit evidence to demonstrate compliance with this rule. The applicant or licensee shall maintain evidence of complying with the requirements of this rule for a period of 4 years from the date of the submission for renewal.

History: 2004 AACS; 2011 AACS; 2014 MR 19, Eff. Oct. 8, 2014.

R 338.11704a Acceptable continuing education for registered dental hygienists and registered dental assistants; limitations.

Rule 1704a. The board shall consider any of the following as acceptable continuing education for registered dental hygienists and registered dental assistants:

(a) Successful completion of a course or courses offered for credit in a dental school or hospital-based dental specialty program approved by the board under R 338.11301, a dental hygiene school approved by the board under R 338.11303, or a dental assisting school approved by the board under of R 338.11307. Ten hours of continuing education shall be credited for each quarter credit earned and 15 hours shall be credited for each semester credit earned, without limitation.

(b) Attendance at a continuing education program offered by a dental school or hospital-based dental specialty program approved by the board under R 338.11301, a dental hygiene school approved by the board under R 338.11303, or a dental assisting school approved by the board under R 338.11307. One hour of continuing education shall be credited for each hour of program attendance, without limitation.

(c) Attendance at a continuing education program approved by the board under R 338.11705. One hour of continuing education shall be credited for each hour of program attendance, without limitation.

(d) Development and presentation of a table clinic demonstration or a continuing education lecture offered in conjunction with the presentation of continuing education programs approved by the board. One hour of continuing education shall be credited for each hour devoted to the development and initial presentation of a table clinic demonstration or a continuing education lecture, with a maximum of 10 hours of continuing education credited for the development and presentation of the same table clinic demonstration or continuing education lecture.

(e) The initial publication of an article or articles related to the practice of dentistry, dental hygiene, or dental assisting in the journal of an accredited school of dentistry, dental hygiene, or dental assistant, or in a state or state component association of dentists, dental specialists, dental hygienists, or dental assistants. Twelve hours of continuing education shall be credited.

(f) The initial publication of an article or articles related to the practice of dentistry, dental hygiene, or dental assisting in a textbook or in the journal of a national association of dentists, dental specialists, dental hygienists, or dental assistants. Twenty-five hours of continuing education shall be credited.

(g) Participation in board-approved, continuing education activities offered online, through electronic media, or both. A maximum of 18 hours of continuing education may be earned.

(h) Reading articles and viewing or listening to media, other than online programs, devoted to dental, dental hygiene, or dental assisting education. One hour of continuing education shall be credited for each hour of participation with a maximum of 10 hours credited under this category.

(i) Renewal of a license held in another state that requires continuing education for license renewal that is substantially equivalent to that required in these rules if the applicant resides and practices in another state. For a registered dental hygienist or registered dental assistant, 36 hours of continuing education shall be credited for evidence of current licensure in such other state.

(j) For a registered dental assistant, meeting the requirements for recertification in R 338.11705(3). Thirty-six hours of continuing education shall be credited for evidence of current certification, other than emeritus certification, by the dental assisting national board.

(k) Attendance at a continuing education program which has been granted approval by another state board of dentistry. One continuing education contact hour may be granted for each hour of program attendance.

(l) Attendance by dental hygienists or registered dental assistants at dental related programs which are documented by the licensee as relevant to health care and advancement of the licensee's dental education. The board shall deny a request for approval if the continuing education request does not meet the criteria used by the board for approval of continuing education sponsors. Six hours of continuing education credited.

(m) Attendance at programs related to specific dental specialty topics approved for category 1 continuing education by the boards of medicine or osteopathic medicine. A maximum of 18 credit hours per renewal period may be earned.

(n) Dental hygienists and dental assistants may receive continuing education credit for providing volunteer clinical dental hygiene or assistant services within the state as provided in this rule.

(i) A dental hygienist or dental assistant may provide volunteer clinical care at a board-approved program that complies with both of the following:

(a) Is a public or non-profit entity, program, or event, or a school or nursing home.

(b) Provides clinical dental services to the indigent or dentally underserved populations.

(ii) A licensee shall not receive direct or indirect remuneration of any kind, including, but not limited to, remuneration for materials purchased or used.

(iii) The program shall require a licensee to sign in and sign out daily upon commencement and termination of the provision of services.

(iv) Continuing education credit shall be calculated at the ratio of 1 continuing education credit hour for each 120 minutes of patient services.

(v) A dental hygienist or dental assistant may earn a maximum of 12 volunteer credit hours per renewal period.

(vi) Board-approved sponsors that provide volunteer continuing education opportunities under this rule shall comply with all of the following:

(a) Apply to the department to obtain approval as a sponsoring entity, pursuant to R 338.11705(7).

(b) Retain patient records.

(c) Retain documentation of all volunteer assignments and the hours of service provided.

(d) Provide the records and a copy of the assignments and the hours of service provided to the board upon request.

(e) Provide each licensee with verification of volunteer work performed by the licensee upon completion of the licensee’s service.

(vii) The board may revoke the approval status of any entity that fails to comply with these rules.

(viii) A licensee who is employed by an entity that provides dental services to the indigent or dentally underserved populations may not obtain credit for volunteer services at the entity at which the licensee is employed, but may receive credit for qualified volunteer services at other approved entities.

(ix) A licensee who provides volunteer dental services shall maintain proof of such services for at least 4 years.

(x) A licensee who fails to maintain accurate and complete records of services rendered may not receive continuing education credit for those services.

(xi) A licensee under a board order or agreement that provides for the provision of volunteer services may not receive continuing education credit for the provision of the volunteer services.

(xii) Continuing education credit hours earned through volunteer clinical work shall not count toward the required 12 continuing education hours on clinical issues such as delivery of care, materials used in the delivery of care, and pharmacology, or the 1 continuing education hour required for pain management, as required by R 338.11704(2).

History: 2004 AACS; 2006 AACS; 2011 AACS; 2014 MR 19, Eff. Oct. 8, 2014.

R 338.11704b Requirements for relicensure; dentists.

Rule 1704b. (1) An applicant for relicensure whose license has been lapsed for 3 years or less, under provisions of section 16201(3) the act, may be relicensed by complying with both of the following requirements:

(a) Submitting a completed application, on a form provided by the department, together with the requisite fee.

(b) Submitting proof of having completed within the 2-year period immediately preceding the relicensure application the number of hours of continuing education required in R 338.11701.

(2) An applicant for relicensure whose license has been lapsed for more than 3 years but less than 5 years may be relicensed by complying with all of the following requirements:

(a) Submitting a completed application, on a form provided by the department, together with the requisite fee.

(b) Submitting proof of having completed within the 2-year period immediately preceding the relicensure application the number of hours of continuing education required in R 338.11701.

(c) Passing the dental simulated clinical written examination developed and scored by the north east regional board of dental examiners, incorporated or a successor organization with a passing score required in R 338.11203(2).

(3) An applicant for relicensure whose license has been lapsed for more than 5 years may be relicensed by complying with R 338.11201.

(4) In addition to meeting the requirements of this rule, an applicant who is or has ever been licensed as a dentist in any state or territory of the United States during the period that the applicant's Michigan license is lapsed shall have his or her license verified, on a form supplied by the department, by the licensing agency of any state of the United States in which the applicant holds a current license or ever held a license as a dentist. Verification includes, but is not limited to, showing proof of any disciplinary action taken or pending disciplinary action imposed upon the applicant.

History: 2011 AACS.

R 338.11704c Requirements for relicensure; registered dental hygienists and registered dental assistants.

Rule 1704c. (1) Pursuant to section 16201(3) of the code, an applicant for relicensure as a registered dental hygienist or a registered dental assistant whose license has been lapsed for 3 years or less, under section 16201(3) the code, may be relicensed by complying with both of the following requirements:

(a) Submitting a completed application, on a form provided by the department, together with the requisite fee.

(b) Submitting proof of having completed within the 2-year period immediately preceding the relicensure application the number of hours of continuing education as specified in R 338.11704.

(2) An applicant for relicensure as a registered dental hygienist whose license has been lapsed for more than 3 years but less than 5 years may be relicensed by complying with all of the following requirements:

(a) Submitting a completed application, on a form provided by the department, together with the requisite fee.

(b) Submitting proof of having completed within the 2-year period immediately preceding the relicensure application the number of hours of continuing education required in R 338.11704.

(c) Passing a dental hygiene simulated clinical written examination that is developed and scored by the north east regional board of dental examiners, incorporated, or a successor organization with a passing score required in R 338.11223(2).

(3) An applicant for relicensure as a registered dental assistant whose license has been lapsed for more than 3 years but less than 5 years may be relicensed by complying with all of the following:

(a) Submitting a completed application, on a form provided by the department, together with the requisite fee.

(b) Submitting proof of having completed within the 2-year period immediately preceding the relicensure application the number of hours of continuing education required in R 338.11704.

(c) Completing an evaluation of his or her dental assisting skills conducted by a dental assisting educational program that complies with the accreditation standards of the commission on dental accreditation, required in R 338.11307.

(4) An applicant for relicensure as a dental hygienist whose license has been lapsed for more than 5 years may be relicensed by complying with R 338.11221.

(5) An applicant for relicensure as a dental assistant whose license has been lapsed for more than 5 years may be relicensed by complying with the R 338.11235.

(6) In addition to meeting the requirements of this rule, an applicant who is or has ever been licensed as a registered dental hygienist or a registered dental assistant in any state of the United States during the period that the applicant's Michigan license is lapsed shall have his or her license verified, on a form supplied by the department, by the licensing agency of any state of the United States in which the applicant holds a current license or ever held a license. Verification includes, but is not limited to, showing proof of any disciplinary action taken or pending disciplinary action imposed upon the applicant.

History: 2011 AACS.

R 338.11705 Standards and requirements; adoption by reference.

Rule 1705. (1) The board approves and adopts by reference the standards and criteria of the national sponsor approval program of the academy of general dentistry for approval of continuing education sponsoring organizations, institutions, and individuals, which are set forth in the publication entitled "Program Approval for Continuing Education (PACE), Program Guidelines, Revised April 2013.” Information on the pace standards and criteria is available at no cost from the Academy of General Dentistry, 211 East Chicago Avenue, Suite 900, Chicago, IL 60611 or from the academy's internet website at http://www.agd.org. A copy of the guidebook is available for inspection and distribution at no cost from the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Bureau of Health Care Services, 611 West Ottawa, P.O. Box 30670, Lansing, MI 48909. Approval of a sponsor by the academy of general dentistry committee on national sponsor approvals or by any academy of general dentistry constituent academy shall constitute prima facie evidence that the sponsor meets the standards and criteria adopted by the board.

(2) The board approves and adopts by reference the standards and criteria of the National Sponsor Approval Program of the American Dental Association Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP) for approval of continuing education sponsoring organizations, which are set forth in the publication entitled "ADA CERP Recognition Standards, Procedures, and Recognition Process. Revised 2013." A copy of this publication may be obtained at no cost from the association at ADA CERP 211 E. Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611-2678 or from the association's internet website at http://www.ada.org/381.aspx. A copy of the publication is available for inspection and distribution at cost from the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Bureau of Health Care Services, 611 West Ottawa, P.O. Box 30670, Lansing, MI 48909. Approval of a sponsor by the ADA CERP or by any constituent group of ADA CERP shall constitute prima facie evidence that the sponsor meets the standards and criteria adopted by the board.

(3) The board approves and adopts by reference the requirements for recertification established by the dental assisting national board and set forth in the publication entitled "DANB’s 2013 Recertification Requirements." A copy of the publication may be obtained at no cost from the Dental Assisting National Board, 444 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 900, Chicago, IL 60611 or from the national board's internet website at http://www.danb.org. A copy of the guidelines and requirements are available for inspection and distribution at cost from the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Bureau of Health Care Services, 611 West Ottawa, P.O. Box 30670, Lansing, MI 48909.

(4) The board shall consider any continuing education program that is offered by a sponsor that applies to the board and demonstrates it substantially meets the standards and criteria adopted by the board as a continuing education program approved by the board.

(5) The board adopts by reference the standards for certification in basic and advanced cardiac life support set forth by the American heart association in the standards and guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiac care for professional providers and published in "2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care ("Circulation," Volume 122, Issue 18 Supplement 3, 2, 2010.) A copy of the guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular care may be obtained at no cost from the American Heart Association's website at http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/122/18_suppl_3. A copy of this document is available for inspection and distribution at cost from the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Bureau of Health Care Services, 611 West Ottawa, P.O. Box 30670, Lansing, MI 48909.

(6) The board may approve a state, regional, or national dental organization as an acceptable provider of continuing education courses if the organization presents standards, criteria, and course monitoring procedures for its courses that are acceptable to the board. The board may withdraw the approval if it determines the organization is not complying with the standards and criteria presented. The standards, criteria, and monitoring procedures will be retained in the department's board files. An organization shall update its file with the department every 5 years.

(7) A sponsor seeking board approval to offer volunteer continuing education opportunities under R 338.11703(o) or R 338.11704a(n), or both, shall submit documentation evidencing compliance with the requirements of R 338.11703(o) or R 338.11704a(n), or both.

History: 1991 AACS; 2004 AACS; 2006 AACS; 2011 AACS; 2014 MR 19, Eff. Oct. 8, 2014.

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