Professional license definition

Professional license means any license, permit, certificate, registration, qualification, admission, temporary license, temporary permit, temporary certificate, or temporary registration that is described in divisions (W)(1) to (37) of this section and that qualifies a person as a professionally licensed person.
Professional license means an individual, nontransferable
Professional license means a life-license when issued under Bulletin 400 and is a ten-year license when issued under Rules 46-47.

Examples of Professional license in a sentence

  • Resident Educator Mentors must minimally have (1) a five (5) year Professional license, (2) five (5) years of teaching experience, (3) recent classroom experience within the last five (5) years, and (4) successfully completed state-sponsored mentor training (i.e., Resident Educator – 1 and Instructional Mentoring).

More Definitions of Professional license

Professional license means an individual, nontransferable authorization to carry on a health activity based on qualifications which include: (a) Graduation from an accredited or approved program, and (b) acceptable performance on a qualifying examination or series of examinations.
Professional license means a license issued to an individual based on successful completion of a performance assessment and maintained by professional development.
Professional license means the educator license described in Section R277-301-6.
Professional license means any license, permit,
Professional license means an official process,
Professional license means a license, certificate, or registration issued under:
Professional license means the credential issued by the State to