Renewal and Expiration of License
(1)A license issued under these rules is subject to renewal every 2 years.
(a)All licenses will expire on September 30th. The issuance date of the licensee’s first license will determine if the license expires on an odd or even year.
(b)At least 30 days prior to the expiration of a license, a reminder notice will be sent by the Division to the licensee and the provider.
(c)A licensee seeking renewal of a license shall have a provider with whom they are employed or contracted submit on their behalf:
(A)Proof of fulfillment of the following requirements;
(i)Verification of current certification in CPR and First aid by a recognized training agency;
(ii)A copy of the evaluation completed within the last year of the applicants competence to assess the psychological and physical well-being of individuals less than 21 years of age.
(iii)A copy of the evaluation completed within the last year demonstrating the applicant’s knowledge of federal and state rules governing the use of seclusion and personal restraint in intensive mental health treatment services programs for individuals less than 21 years of age.
(B)Proof of continued employment or contract with a facility certified by the Division to provide intensive mental health treatment services for individuals less than 21 years of age.
(2)A licensee may not continue to practice as a licensed CESIS after expiration of the license.
(3)A licensee may not continue to practice as a licensed CESIS upon discontinuation of employment or contract with the provider of intensive mental health treatment services specified on the license.
(4)If the person’s previous license has expired, the person must apply and qualify for a new license in the same manner as a person who has never been licensed.
Rule 309-022-0215 — Renewal and Expiration of License,