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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 160. Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators and Onsite Sewage System Professionals
8/22/2017

Chapter 40. Onsite Sewage System Professionals Licensing RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Application procedures
Section 30
General fee requirements
Section 40
Fee schedule
Section 50
Examination fee
Section 60
General requirements for licensure
Section 70
Education and training for experience
Section 80
Examination procedures and conduct
Section 90
Individuals certified or licensed in another jurisdiction
Section 100
Full-time experience or equivalent
Section 105
Master licenses; conversion of licenses on April 1, 2017
Section 110
License required
Section 120
Qualifications for journeyman conventional onsite sewage system installer licenses
Section 130
Qualifications for master conventional onsite sewage system installer licenses
Section 140
[Reserved]
Section 150
Qualifications for journeyman alternative onsite sewage system installer licenses
Section 160
Qualifications for master alternative onsite sewage system installer licenses
Section 170
License required
Section 180
Qualifications for journeyman coventional onsite sewage system operator licenses
Section 190
Qualifications for master conventional onsite sewage system operator licenses
Section 200
Qualification for exemption from examination for master conventional onsite sewage system operator applicants
Section 210
Qualifications for journeyman alternative onsite sewage system operator licenses
Section 220
Qualifications for master alternative onsite sewage system operator licenses
Section 230
License required
Section 240
Qualifications for journeyman conventional onsite soil evaluator licenses
Section 250
Qualifications for master conventional onsite soil evaulator licenses
Section 260
Qualifications for journeyman alterantive onsite soil evaluator licenses
Section 270
Qualifications for master alternative onsite soil evaluator licenses
Section 275
Verification of experience by authorized onsite soil evaluators
Section 280
Acceptable degree programs and verification procedures
Section 290
Expiration and renewal
Section 300
Reinstatement
Section 310
Status of license during period prior to reinstatement
Section 320
Board discretion to deny renewal or reinstatement
Section 330
Continuing professional education
Section 340
CPE subject matter for onsite sewage system installers
Section 350
CPE subject matter for onsite sewage system operators
Section 360
CPE subject matter for onsite soil evaluators
Section 370
Use of training credits and formal education for CPE credit
Section 380
Maintenance of CPE
Section 390
Approval of training courses
Section 400
Application for training course approval
Section 410
Maintenance of training course approval
Section 420
Withdrawal of approval
Section 430
Training courses offered by certain entities, board approval not required
Section 440
Grounds for disciplinary action
Section 450
Maintenance of license
Section 460
Notice of adverse action
Section 470
Prohibited acts
Section 480
Conflicts of interest
Section 490
Licensee responsibility
Section 500
Response to inquiry and provision of records
Section 510
Master licensee's professional responsibilities
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