2005 Idaho Code - 54-1605 — QUALIFICATIONS FOR EXAMINATION FOR LICENSE

                                  TITLE  54
                    PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
                                  CHAPTER 16
                         NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATORS
    54-1605.  QUALIFICATIONS FOR EXAMINATION FOR LICENSE. (1) The board shall
admit to examination for licensure as a nursing home administrator any
candidate who pays a fee as determined by the board, submits evidence of good
moral character and suitability prescribed by the board, and is at least
twenty-one (21) years old except that no applicant for license as a nursing
home administrator shall be admitted to such licensing examination nor shall
such applicant be entitled to or be granted a license as a nursing home
administrator unless such applicant shall submit written evidence, on forms
provided for such purpose by the board, that he has successfully completed a
course of study for a baccalaureate degree and has been awarded such degree
from an accredited institution of higher learning or its equivalent as
provided in subsection (3) of this section.
    (2)  Additionally, the applicant shall have completed an
administrator-in-training program as described in section 54-1610, Idaho Code.
    (3)  A candidate who applies for examination under and pursuant to
subsection (1) of this section, in lieu of the educational requirements
provided for therein, may submit evidence satisfactory to the board that such
applicant has obtained two (2) years of satisfactory practical experience in
management in a health care facility for each year of required posthigh school
education.

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