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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 120. Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation
5/27/2017

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Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Advisory board
Section 30
Application procedures
Section 40
General qualifications for certification
Section 50
Evidence of ability and proficiency
Section 60
Qualifications for licensure by reciprocity or substantial equivalency
Section 70
Application denial
Section 80
Application fees
Section 90
Renewal and reinstatement fees
Section 100
Certificate fees
Section 110
Renewal
Section 120
Reinstatement
Section 130
Status of regulant during the period prior to reinstatement
Section 140
Grounds for disciplinary action
Section 150
Maintenance of certification
Section 160
Transfer of certification prohibited
Section 170
Prohibited acts
Section 180
Requirements for formal vociational training providers, instructor qualifications, and course requirements
Section 190
Educational provider and course approval fees
Section 200
Posting formal education provider certificate of approval
Section 210
Termination of approval
Section 220
Course content
Section 230
Reporting changes
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