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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 95. Board of Long-Term Care Administrators

Chapter 20. Regulations Governing the Practice of Nursing Home AdministratorsRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Section 60
Posting of license
Section 70
Accuracy of information
Section 80
Required fees
Section 90
Section 130
Additional fee information
Section 140
Section 170
Renewal requirements
Section 175
Continuing education requirements
Section 180
Late renewal
Section 190
Section 200
Reinstatement for nursing home administrator license or preceptor registration
Section 210
Section 220
Qualifications for initial licensure
Section 221
Required content for coursework
Section 225
Qualifications for licensure by endorsement
Section 230
Application package
Section 240
Section 290
Section 300
Administrator-in-training qualifications
Section 310
Required hours of training
Section 320
Section 330
Training facilities
Section 340
Supervision of trainees
Section 350
Section 380
Qualifications of preceptors
Section 390
Training plan
Section 400
Reporting requirements
Section 410
Section 430
Termination of program
Section 440
Interruption of program
Section 450
Section 470
Unprofessional conduct
Section 471
Section 480
FORMS (18VAC95-20)

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