5 edition of Professional and occupational licensing directory found in the catalog.
|Statement||David P. Bianco, editor|
|Series||Gale career information guide, Gale career information guide|
|Contributions||Bianco, David P., 1947-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 1304 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||1304|
A local business license is a revenue, not regulatory, license. Depending on your trade or professional, you may also need a license from the Department of Occupational Regulation (DPOR), the Department of Health Professions (DHP), the Virginia Board of Medicine, or other professional board. Professions + Occupations. Welcome to the Division of Professional and Occupational Licensing Boards (POL). Choose a board to get started. Accountancy. Architectural Examiners. Athletic Commission. Auctioneers' Commission. Barber Examiners. Boiler .
Occupational License is a license issued by Occupational and Professional Licensing Division to permit an individual to engage in an occupation/provide services after testing to ensure that the individual has attained the minimal degree of competency required in his or her field. For example, Certified Public Accountants and CPA firms are licensed through OPLA as well as Architects, Real. Occupational licensing, also called occupational licensure, is a form of government regulation requiring a license to pursue a particular profession or vocation for compensation. Often only market entry as a self-employed is restricted to licensed professionals. It is related to occupational sions that can have a large negative effect on individuals, like physicians and lawyers.
Occupational licensing research offers important lessons about the effects, costs and benefits of licensing policies, as well as best practices and tools for designing a smart regulatory approach. Drawing from the vast body of occupa-tional licensing research, this report provides an overview of occupational licensing trends and policy issues. An application for a registration service license consists of the following forms: OL 29B, Application for Occupational License Personal History Questionnaire, Part B, Business Licensing Unit Required for each person listed under ownership on form OL
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Professional and Occupational Licensing Directory: A Descriptive Guide to State and Federal Licensing, Registration, and Certification Requirements [David P. Bianco] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lists the certificate and licensing requirements for certain professions by state and federal agencies.
Professional and Occupational Licensing Directory: A Descriptive Guide to State and Federal Licensing, Registration, and Certification Requirements 2nd Edition by David P. Professional and occupational licensing directory: a descriptive guide to state and federal licensing, registration, and certification requirements Author: David P Bianco.
The National Occupational Licensing Database was produced by the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center) and The Council of State Governments (CSG), with grant support from the United States Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, to contribute to the understanding of the variation in occupational licensing.
Occupational Licensing: A Public Perspective. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Office of the Inspector General. "Medical Licensure and Discipline: An Overview." June White, William D.
"The Impact of Occupational Licensure on Clinical Laboratory Personnel." Journal of Human Resources 13 (Winter ) Young, S. David. Professional licensing protects the health and safety of the public from fraudulent and unethical practitioners.
Professionals range from Physicians and Cosmetologists to Accountants and Funeral Directors. The Division’s licensing boards and commissions are open to provide walk-in assistance Monday through Friday, from a.m. to p.m., and by appointment. Please contact boards and commissions directly to request an appointment.
The Division of Occupational &Professional Licenses employees are in the office to serve customers. Walk-up Services are offered Monday through Friday from a.m.
to p.m. (Call upon arrival) Drop off a completed form (check or exact change only) Speak with the Complaint Coordinator. Make a payment with a credit card.
Licensing Services. The Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs now offers prospective licensees the opportunity to apply for initial licensure; current licensees the opportunity to renew their license; and licensees, employers and the general public the opportunity to conduct searches of licensed professionals via our secure PALS website.
Note: Please allow 48 hours for our databases. The Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, also known as DOPL, is one of seven agencies within the Utah Department of Commerce.
DOPL is legislatively charged to administer and enforce specific laws related to the licensing and regulation of certain occupations and professions. Professional Licensing Section In the Professional Licensing section you will find a list of all the occupations that require a professional license in the State of Alaska, and information, applications, and online services for all State professional licensing sections and boards.
Welcome to the Professional and Vocational Licensing Division. PVL is responsible for 25 professional boards and commissions and 26 licensing programs.
In total, the Division licenses 51 different professions and vocations. To learn more about a specific licensing area, please choose from the. The Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR) issues state credentials—licenses, certificates or registrations—to those qualified to practice in regulated professions.
Boxing, Martial Arts, and Professional Wrestling; Branch Pilots; Cemetery Board; Common Interest Community; Contractors; Fair Housing Board; Hearing Aid Specialists and Opticians; NG Auto Mechanics; Polygraph Examiners; Professional and Occupational Regulation; Professional Soil Scientists, Wetland Professionals, and Geologists; Real Estate.
State Listing of Professional and Occupational Licensing Agencies 6/8/ STATE STATE PROFESSIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING AGENCIES:File Size: KB.
Professional and occupational businesses are moving online rapidly, and state agencies must keep up with a solution and service that matches their expectations. Common professions and occupations included in this type are Accountants, Barbers, Cosmetologists, and Dieticians. The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs’ (DCRA) Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration (OPLA) supports the District’s non-health occupational and professional boards, commissions, and programs.
OPLA enforces regulations and offers licenses in more than occupational and professional categories. Professional Engineers; Real Estate Appraisers; Real Estate Salespeople and Brokers; Residential Building Energy Analysts; Soil Scientists; Tattooists; Waste Management Facility Operators; Wastewater Works Operators; Water Well System Providers (Tradesmen) Waterworks Operators; Wax Technicians; Wetland Delineators; Wrestlers (Professional).
Agency Directory; close search Search search Submit. You are here: home State of Oregon; Licenses; You are here: home State of Oregon; Licenses; menu Toggle Secondary Menu Licenses Payments; Forms; Licenses Occupational Therapist License Application.
Occupational Therapy Licensee Lookup. Occupational & Professional Licensing Division The Department of Consumer Protection protects the public health, safety, and welfare of Connecticut citizens by assuring that only qualified, competent persons are licensed in the occupational trades and in several professional licensing categories.
The Bureau of Professional Licensing (BPL) is responsible for licensing and regulating overindividuals who are regulated by either the Michigan Occupational Code or the Public Health Code.
BPL is also responsible for maintaining the Health Professional Recovery Program (HPRP) and the Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS).California DMV Home Page is available for customers to check out publications, download forms, brochures, FAQs, Vehicle Information, Boats, Vessel, and Field Offices.Access Louisiana’s many professional and occupational licensing boards including the licensing organization's website, application materials, online search for licensed individuals, and transparency and accountability information in Louisiana Checkbook.