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During the four-year exam waiver period—from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2016—conventional installers may qualify for licensure without taking the test if they meet the experience requirement.
A completed application must be received (not postmarked) no later than June 30th to take advantage of the exam waiver before the option expires.
As of July 1, 2016, all applicants for initial licensure as a conventional installer must take and pass the test.
The enabling statute “sunsets” on that day (see Chapter 704 of the 2012 Acts of Assembly), meaning the provisions of that section of the law expire, and Board staff has no discretion to make exceptions or grant additional extensions.
The June 30th event is an opportunity for contractor schools and course providers to share information and prepare for upcoming changes. Learn more and register here.
Learn about HB 1228, amateur boxing exemption, and amateur MMA sanctioning organization amendments. **New application form for Amateur Sanctioning Organizations now available.**
Also: what you need to know about on-site application fee at pro boxing and MMA events.
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