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     36-37-17.   Provisional licenses. The board shall issue a provisional license in speech-language pathology to an applicant who:
             (1)      Except for the postgraduate professional experience, meets the academic, practicum, and examination requirements of this chapter;
             (2)      Submits an application, upon a form prescribed by the board, including a plan for the content of the postgraduate professional experience;
             (3)      Pays the application fee for a provisional license; and
             (4)      Has not committed any act for which disciplinary action may be justified.
     A person holding a provisional license may practice speech-language pathology only while working under the mentorship of a licensed speech-language pathologist who meets the qualifications of § 36-37-14, 36-37-15, or 36-37-16. The term for a provisional license and the conditions for its renewal shall be determined by the board in rules promulgated pursuant to chapter 1-26.

Source: SL 2012, ch 196, § 17.


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