Nevada Professions, Occupations and Businesses

Sec. § 636.260
Payment of renewal fee; requirements for continuing education.


Before March 1 of each even-numbered year, each licensee shall pay a renewal fee to the Executive Director in the amount established pursuant to NRS 636.143. For the purposes of this subsection, the date of the postmark on any payment received by mail shall be deemed to be the date of receipt by the Executive Director.


The renewal fee must be accompanied by satisfactory evidence that the licensee has, within the immediately preceding 24-month period, completed the required number of hours in a course or courses of continuing education that have been approved by the Board. This evidence must be indicated on the form for proof of completion of continuing education that is furnished by the Board. The Board shall not require a licensee to complete more than 40 hours of continuing education during each period of renewal. The Board may waive the requirement that a licensee complete all or part of the required number of hours of continuing education upon good cause shown by the licensee.


A licensee who is certified to administer and prescribe pharmaceutical agents pursuant to NRS 636.288 must, at the time of paying the renewal fee, present evidence satisfactory to the Executive Director that, during the 24 months immediately preceding the payment of the renewal fee, the licensee completed an educational or postgraduate program approved by the Board. The Board shall establish the number of hours for completion of the program which must be not less than 50 hours nor more than 100 hours.

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