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103.3.11 Elective Temporary Suspension
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Residential certifications may be placed in elective temporary suspension upon written request to and approval by the board. Except for emergency circumstances, requests shall be in writing at least sixty days prior to the residential certification expiration date and supported by satisfactory evidence that the holder is withdrawing from active employment for which the certification is required.
Residential certifications placed in elective temporary suspension for a period of time not to exceed one three-year term following the expiration date may be restored to active status by the board upon written request. The request shall be supported by satisfactory evidence that the holder has completed thirty hours of continuing education for that residential certification and any board-sponsored mandatory training required, or their board-approved equivalents, during the time the residential certification was in suspension prior to the date of reinstatement. Payment of the thirty-dollar renewal fee shall accompany the request.
Residential certifications placed in elective temporary suspension for a period of time exceeding one three-year term following the original residential certification expiration date may be restored to active status by the board upon written request supported by evidence of passing of the appropriate examinations prescribed by the board, pursuant to Section 103.3.6, and payment of the thirty-dollar renewal fee.