The Vermont Statutes Online
§ 3359. Renewals
(a) Licenses shall be renewed every two years upon payment of the required fee, provided the person applying for renewal completes at least 20 hours of continuing competence requirements, approved by the Director, during the preceding two-year period. The Director, with the advice of the advisor appointees, shall establish, by rule, guidelines and criteria for continuing competence credit. The Director may waive the continuing competence requirement for the initial licensure period.
(b) Biennially, the Director shall forward a renewal form to each licensee. Upon receipt of the completed form and the renewal fee, the Director shall issue a new license.
(c) Any application for renewal of a license that has expired shall be accompanied by the renewal fee and late fee. A person shall not be required to pay renewal fees for years during which the license was lapsed.
(d) The Director may, after notice and opportunity for reinstatement hearing, revoke a person's right to renew licensure if the license has lapsed for five or more years. (Added 1993, No. 102, § 1; amended 2001, No. 151 (Adj. Sess.), § 41, eff. June 27, 2002.)