36-24-24.2. Provisional hearing aid dispensing license--Scope of provisional license.

The board may issue a provisional license to a person who:

(1)    Except for passing an examination under this chapter, otherwise qualifies for a hearing aid dispensing license;

(2)    Submits an application on the form prescribed by the board; and

(3)    Pays the application fee set by the board, pursuant to rules promulgated pursuant to chapter 1-26, not to exceed one hundred fifty dollars.

A provisional license is valid until the board receives the results of the qualifying examination. The board may not renew a provisional license except for good cause shown to the satisfaction of the board.

A person who holds a provisional license pursuant to this section may provide hearing aid services only under the supervision of a licensed hearing aid dispenser or licensed audiologist.

Source: SL 1997, ch 221, § 33; SL 2024, ch 159, § 16.