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The 2023 Florida Statutes

Chapter 468
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F.S. 468.1195
468.1195 Renewal of license or certificate; continuing education requirements; standards for approval of continuing education providers.
(1) The department shall renew a license or certificate upon receipt of the renewal application, renewal fee, and proof satisfactory to the board that the licensee or certificateholder has completed the continuing education requirements established by the board. A licensee or certificateholder who receives initial licensure or certification 6 months or less before the end of the biennial licensure cycle is exempt from the continuing education requirements for the first renewal of the license or certificate.
(2) The department shall adopt rules establishing a procedure for the biennial renewal of licenses and certificates.
(3) The board may prescribe by rule continuing education, not to exceed 60 hours biennially in each area of licensure or certification, as a condition for renewal of a license or a certificate. The board may establish by rule standards for the approval of such continuing education activities. The board may make exception from the requirements of continuing education in emergency or hardship cases.
(4) The board may establish by rule standards for the approval of providers of continuing education activities.
History.ss. 10, 31, ch. 90-134; s. 21, ch. 90-341; ss. 1, 10, ch. 90-345; s. 4, ch. 91-429; s. 185, ch. 94-119; s. 115, ch. 97-264.

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