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49 Pa. Code § 6.21. Licensure without certification generally.

LICENSURE WITHOUT CERTIFICATION


§ 6.21. Licensure without certification generally.

 (a)  The Board will accept applications to grant to individuals a license without certification until December 9, 2011, subject to the provisions of this section and § §  6.22 and 6.23 (relating to licensure without certification by practical examination; and licensure without certification by experience).

 (b)  To qualify for a license without certification the applicant shall:

   (1)  Be at least 18 years old.

   (2)  Be of good moral character.

   (3)  Pay all requisite fees.

   (4)  Satisfy the requirements of §  6.22 or §  6.23.

   (5)  Be without any valid certification.

 (c)  A crane operator’s license obtained without certification will be valid only in conjunction with a current and valid photo identification issued by a governmental agency.

Cross References

   This section cited in 49 Pa. Code §  6.12 (relating to certification); 49 Pa. Code §  6.22 (relating to licensure without certification by practical examination); and 49 Pa. Code §  6.23 (relating to licensure without certification by experience).



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