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36-1923 - Hearing aid dispensers; licensure requirements
36-1923. Hearing aid dispensers; licensure requirements
A. An applicant for a hearing aid dispenser license shall pay to the director a nonrefundable application fee and shall show to the satisfaction of the director that the applicant:
1. Has an education equivalent to a four-year course in an accredited high school or has continuously engaged in the practice of fitting and dispensing hearing aids during the three years preceding August 11, 1970.
2. Has not had the applicant's license revoked or suspended by a state within the preceding two years and is presently not ineligible for licensure in any state due to prior revocation or suspension.
B. An applicant for a hearing aid dispenser license who is notified by the director that the applicant has fulfilled the requirements of subsection A of this section shall appear to be examined by written and practical tests as designated by the director in order to demonstrate that the applicant is qualified to practice the fitting and dispensing of hearing aids.
C. The director shall give at least two and not more than four examinations of the type described in this section in each calendar year unless there is an insufficient number of applicants for the second annual examination.