The Vermont Statutes Online
§ 4710. Temporary licensure
(a) A temporary license without examination for practice under the direction of a respiratory care practitioner licensed in Vermont may be issued to a person who applies for the first time to practice respiratory care in this State as a respiratory care practitioner and meets all other qualifications of section 4707 of this title.
(b) A temporary license may be issued only for the purpose of allowing a qualified applicant to practice as a respiratory care practitioner until:
(1) The applicant takes the next examination provided by the Director and a determination is made of the applicant's qualification to practice in this State.
(2) The necessary data for licensure without examination are collected and ruled on by the Director.
(c) Temporary licenses shall be issued on payment of the specified fee for a fixed period of time to be determined by the Director by rule and shall not be renewed, except by petitioning the Director, subject to proof of an exceptional cause shown by the applicant. (Added 2003, No. 139 (Adj. Sess.), § 2.)