OAR 331-650-0020
Temporary Licensee Supervisor Requirements

A temporary licensee supervisor is a person who supervises a temporary license holder who has not yet passed the examination, but who otherwise meets the qualifications for licensure. A temporary licensee supervisor must:
(1) Meet the requirements in either (1)(a) or (1)(b) of this section:
(a) Be an audiologist under ORS Chapter 681 (Hearing, Speech, Music Therapy and Art Therapy Professionals) who has been licensed and practicing for at least three years; or
(b) Hold an active Oregon hearing aid specialist license; and
(A) Have no unresolved or outstanding disciplinary actions; and
(B) Have been a licensed hearing aid specialist and actively practicing for at least three years.
(2) Provide indirect supervision over the testing, fitting or selling of a hearing aid by a temporary hearing aid specialist.
(3) Approve the temporary hearing aid specialist’s work before ordering the recommended hearing aid(s).
(4) Include the supervisor’s name, license number, and date of review next to the temporary license holder’s signature on any audiogram, order form, chart notes, statement to prospective hearing aid purchaser, and any other hearing aid service documentation.
(5) Not provide training until the Office has received a temporary license application and Declaration of Responsibility for the temporary licensee being supervised.
(6) Notify the Office in writing within five calendar days if the temporary licensee is no longer being supervised.
(7) Not provide indirect supervision to more than four temporary licensees.
(8) Not allow a temporary license holder to work in connection with the supervisor’s practice without a valid temporary license.

Source: Rule 331-650-0020 — Temporary Licensee Supervisor Requirements, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=331-650-0020.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 331-650-0020’s source at or​.us