Chapter 4758-5 Licensure and Certification Requirements

4758-5-01 Requirements for certification of chemical dependency counselor assistants (CDCA).

To be certified as a chemical dependency counselor assistant (CDCA), an individual shall complete the following:

(A) Forty hours of approved chemical dependency specific education of which fifty per cent shall have been obtained in the last two years. The required content areas with the specified contact hours are as follows:

(1) Theories of addiction (five hours)

(2) Counseling procedures and strategies with addicted populations ( fourteen hours)

(3) Group process and techniques working with addicted populations( five hours)

(4) Assessment and diagnosis of addiction (three hours)

(5) Treatment planning ( seven hours)

(6) Legal and ethical issues pertaining to chemical dependency ( six hours)

(B) Submit a signed statement agreeing to practice by the code of ethical standards adopted by the board.

(C) An initial CDCA certification will be granted for thirteen months.

(D) Each individual who holds an initial CDCA certification shall complete, during the first twelve months that the initial certificate is in effect, at least thirty additional hours of approved chemical dependency specific education that meets the following requirements:

(1) Theories of addiction (five hours)

(2) Counseling procedures and strategies with addicted populations ( eight hours)

(3) Group process and techniques working with addicted populations ( five hours)

(4) Assessment and diagnosis of addiction (three hours)

(5) Treatment planning ( six hours)

(6) Legal and ethical issues pertaining to chemical dependency (three hours)

(E) Each individual meeting the requirements in paragraph (D) of rule 4758-5-01 of the Administrative Code shall be issued a two year, renewable CDCA certification.

(F) Failure to complete the requirements in paragraph (D) of rule 4758-5-01 of the Administrative Code shall result in a lapse of the individuals initial CDCA certification. In order to be issued a two year, renewable CDCA certification an individual whose initial CDCA has lapsed shall meet the requirements in paragraph (D) of rule 4758-5-01 of the Administrative Code not later than one year after the initial CDCA certification lapses. Individuals whose initial CDCA certification is lapsed beyond one year shall be required to reapply and meet all requirements for certification as a CDCA.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 4758-5-01

Effective: 3/24/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/28/2016 and 03/24/2022
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4758.20
Rule Amplifies: 4758.43
Prior Effective Dates: 6/13/04, 7/1/11, 3/22/13 (Emer), 5/6/13

4758-5-02 [Rescinded] Requirements for certification of chemical dependency counselors I (CCDC I).

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 4758-5-02

Effective: 11/15/2010
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 08/10/2010
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4758.20
Rule Amplifies: 4758.27
Prior Effective Dates: 6/13/2004

4758-5-03 Requirements for licensure of chemical dependency counselors II (LCDC II).

(A) To be licensed as a chemical dependency counselor II (LCDC II) the applicant shall submit a formal application which shall include the following:

(1) Original transcripts verifiying an associate's degree in a behavioral science, nursing or a non-related bachelor's degree from an accredited school or university.

(2) Two thousand hours of documented chemical dependency counseling related compensated work or supervised internship experience of which a minimum of twenty per cent must be in chemical dependency counseling. Experience shall be documented on the form prescribed by the board. Experience forms shall further be accompanied by a job description signed by the supervisor.

(3) One hundred eighty hours of approved chemical dependency specific education of which fifty per cent shall have been obtained in the last five years. The required number of hours in the specific content areas are as follows:

(a) Theories of addiction ( IC&RC domains I and III) (twenty-four hours)

(b) Counseling procedures and strategies with addicted populations ( IC&RC domain III) (thirty hours)

(c) Group process and techniques working with addicted populations ( IC&RC domain III) (eighteen hours)

(d) Assessment and diagnosis of addiction ( IC&RC domain I) (twenty-four hours)

(e) Relationship counseling with addicted populations ( lC&RC domain III) (twenty-four hours)

(f) Pharmacology ( lC&RC domains I and III) (eighteen hours)

(g) Prevention strategies ( lC&RC domains II and III) (twelve hours)

(h) Treatment planning ( lC&RC domain II) (eighteen hours)

(i) Legal and ethical issues pertaining to chemical dependency ( lC&RC domain IV) (twelve hours)

(4) Completion of practical experience totaling two hundred twenty hours.

(a) The number of hours to be spent in practical experience in the twelve core function areas shall, at a minimum include:

Practical Experience Hours

Screening

Ten Hours

Intake

Ten Hours

Orientation

Ten Hours

Assessment

Ten Hours

Treatment Planning

Twenty-five Hours

Individual Counseling

Thirty Hours

Group Counseling

Thirty Hours

Family Counseling

Twenty Hours

Case Management

Fifteen Hours

Crisis Intervention

Ten Hours

Client Education

Ten Hours

Referral

Ten Hours

Reports and Record Keeping

Twenty Hours

Consultation with Other Professionals

Ten Hours

(b) The supervisor shall provide verification on a form prescribed by the board that the applicant has obtained the required two hundred twenty practical experience hours in the twelve core functions.

(5) Payment of the application fee.

(6) Provide an attestation statement agreeing to practice by the code of ethical standards adopted by the board.

(B) Upon review and approval of the application by the board, the applicant shall obtain a passing score on the IC&RC alcohol and drug counselor (ADC) examination

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 4758-5-03

Effective: 1/1/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/28/2016 and 01/01/2022
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4758.20
Rule Amplifies: 4758.22, 4758.24, 4758.42
Prior Effective Dates: 6/13/04, 6/13/08, 11/15/10, 5/6/13

4758-5-04 Requirements for licensure of chemical dependency counselors III (LCDC III).

(A) To be licensed as a chemical dependency counselor III (LCDC III) the applicant shall submit a formal application which shall include the following:

(1) Original transcripts verifying a bachelor's degree in a behavioral science or nursing from an accredited school or university.

(2) Two thousand hours of documented paid chemical dependency counseling related compensated work or supervised internship experience of which a minimum of twenty per cent must be in chemical dependency counseling. Experience shall be documented on the form prescribed by the board. Experience forms shall further be accompanied by a job description signed by the supervisor.

(3) One hundred eighty hours of approved chemical dependency specific education of which fifty per cent shall have been obtained in the last five years. The required number of hours in the specific content areas are as follows:

(a) Theories of addiction ( IC&RC domains I and III) (twenty-four hours)

(b) Counseling procedures and strategies with addicted populations ( IC&RC domain III) (thirty hours)

(c) Group process and techniques working with addicted populations ( IC&RC domain III) (eighteen hours)

(d) Assessment and diagnosis of addiction ( IC&RC domain I) (twenty-four hours)

(e) Relationship counseling with addicted populations ( IC&RC domain III) (twenty-four hours)

(f) Pharmacology ( IC&RC domains I and III)(eighteen hours)

(g) Prevention strategies ( IC&RC domains II and III)(twelve hours)

(h) Treatment planning ( IC&RC domain II) (eighteen hours)

(i) Legal and ethical issues pertaining to chemical dependency ( IC&RC domain II)(twelve hours)

(4) Completion of practical experience totaling two hundred twenty hours.

(a) The number of hours to be spent in practical experience in the twelve core function areas shall, at a minimum include:

Practical Experience Hours

Screening

Ten Hours

Intake

Ten Hours

Orientation

Ten Hours

Assessment

Ten Hours

Treatment Planning

Twenty-five Hours

Individual Counseling

Thirty Hours

Group Counseling

Thirty Hours

Family Counseling

Twenty Hours

Case Management

Fifteen Hours

Crisis Intervention

Ten Hours

Client Education

Ten Hours

Referral

Ten Hours

Reports and Record Keeping

Twenty Hours

Consultation with Other Professionals

Ten Hours

(b) The supervisor shall provide verification on a form prescribed by the board that the applicant has obtained the required two hundred twenty practical experience hours in the twelve core functions.

(5) Payment of the application fee.

(6) Provide an attestation statement agreeing to practice by the code of ethical standards adopted by the board.

(B) Upon review and approval of the application by the board, the applicant shall obtain a passing score on the IC&RC alcohol and drug counselor (ADC) examination or provide documentation of a valid license, registration, certificate, or credentials issued under another chapter of the Revised Code that authorizes the individual to engage in a profession whose scope of practice includes chemical dependency counseling and diagnosing and treating chemical dependency conditions.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 4758-5-04

Effective: 1/1/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/28/2016 and 01/01/2022
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4758.20
Rule Amplifies: 4758.22, 4758.24, 4758.41
Prior Effective Dates: 6/13/04, 6/13/08, 11/15/10, 5/6/13

4758-5-05 Requirements for licensure of independent chemical dependency counselors (LICDC).

(A) To be licensed as an independent chemical dependency counselor (LICDC) the applicant shall submit a formal application which shall include the following:

(1) Original transcripts verifying at least a master's degree in a behavioral science or nursing from an accredited school or university that shall, at a minimum, include forty semester hours in the designated content areas.

(a) The following hours in the specific content areas must be completed at the graduate level in the master's degree:

(i) Theories of counseling and psychotherapy (eighty clock hours)

(ii) Counseling procedures (forty clock hours)

(iii) Group process and techniques (forty clock hours)

(iv) Relationship therapy (forty clock hours)

(v) Research methods and statistics (forty clock hours)

(vi) Fundamentals of assessment and diagnosis, including measurement and appraisal (eighty clock hours)

(vii) Psychopathology (forty clock hours)

(viii) Human development (forty clock hours)

(ix) Cultural competency in counseling (forty clock hours)

(x) Ethics (thirty clock hours)

(xi) Supervised professional experience which may be completed as part of an internship, practicum, or field experience (four hundred contact hours)

(2) Two thousand hours of documented chemical dependency counseling related compensated work or supervised internship experience of which a minimum of twenty percent must be in chemical dependency counseling. Experience shall be documented on the form prescribed by the board. Experience forms shall further be accompanied by a job description signed by the supervisor.

(3) One hundred eighty hours of approved chemical dependency specific education of which fifty percent shall have been obtained in the last five years. The required number of hours in the specific content areas are as follows:

(a) Theories of addiction ( IC&RC domain I and III) (twenty-four hours)

(b) Counseling procedures and strategies with addicted populations ( IC&RC domain III) (thirty hours)

(c) Group process and techniques working with addicted populations ( IC&RC domain III) (eighteen hours)

(d) Assessment and diagnosis of addiction ( IC&RC domain I) (twenty-four hours)

(e) Relationship counseling with addicted populations ( IC&RC domain III) (twenty-four hours)

(f) Pharmacology ( IC&RC domains I and III) (eighteen hours)

(g) Prevention strategies ( IC&RC domains II and III) (twelve hours)

(h) Treatment planning ( IC&RC domain II) (eighteen hours)

(i) Legal and ethical issues pertaining to chemical dependency ( IC&RC domain IV) (twelve hours)

(4) Completion of practical experience totaling two hundred twenty hours.

(a) The number of hours to be spent in practical experience in the twelve core function areas shall, at a minimum include:

Practical Experience Hours

Screening

Ten Hours

Intake

Ten Hours

Orientation

Ten Hours

Assessment

Ten Hours

Treatment Planning

Twenty-five Hours

Individual Counseling

Thirty Hours

Group Counseling

Thirty Hours

Family Counseling

Twenty Hours

Case Management

Fifteen Hours

Crisis Intervention

Ten Hours

Client Education

Ten Hours

Referral

Ten Hours

Reports and Record Keeping

Twenty Hours

Consultation with Other Professionals

Ten Hours

(b) The supervisor shall provide verification on a form prescribed by the board that the applicant has obtained the required two hundred twenty practical experience hours in the twelve core functions.

(5) Payment of the application fee.

(6) Provide an attestation statement agreeing to practice by the code of ethical standards adopted by the board.

(B) Upon review and approval of the application by the board, the applicant shall obtain a passing score on the IC&RC alcohol and drug counselor (ADC) examination or provide documentation of a valid license, registration, certificate, or credentials issued under another chapter of the Revised Code that authorizes the individual to engage in a profession whose scope of practice includes chemical dependency counseling and diagnosing and treating chemical dependency conditions.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 4758-5-05

Effective: 1/1/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/28/2016 and 01/01/2022
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4758.20
Rule Amplifies: 4758.22, 4758.24, 4758.40
Prior Effective Dates: 6/13/04, 6/13/08, 11/15/10, 5/6/13

4758-5-06 Requirements for licensure of independent chemical dependency counselors-clinical supervisor (LICDC)-CS.

(A) To be licensed as an independent chemical dependency counselor-clinical supervisor (LICDC-CS) the applicant shall submit a formal application which shall include the following:

(1) Original transcripts verifying at least a master's degree in a behavioral science or nursing from an accredited school or university that shall, at a minimum, include forty semester hours in the designated content areas.

(a) The following hours in the specific content areas must be completed at the graduate level in the master's degree:

(i) Theories of counseling and psychotherapy (eighty clock hours)

(ii) Counseling procedures (forty clock hours)

(iii) Group process and techniques (forty clock hours)

(iv) Relationship therapy (forty clock hours)

(v) Research methods and statistics (forty clock hours)

(vi) Fundamentals of assessment and diagnosis, including measurement and appraisal (eighty clock hours)

(vii) Psychopathology (forty clock hours)

(viii) Human development (forty clock hours)

(ix) Cultural competency in counseling (forty clock hours)

(x) Ethics (thirty clock hours)

(xi) Supervised professional experience which may be completed as part of an internship, practicum, or field experience (four hundred contact hours)

(2) Six thousand hours of documented chemical dependency counseling related compensated work or supervised internship experience of which a minimum of twenty per cent must be in chemical dependency counseling. Experience shall be documented on the form prescribed by the board. Experience forms shall further be accompanied by a job description signed by the supervisor.

Of this work experience requirement, two thousand hours shall be clinical supervisory experience in the AODA field including two hundred hours of face-to-face clinical supervision.

(3) One hundred eighty hours of approved chemical dependency specific education of which fifty per cent shall have been obtained in the last five years. The required number of hours in the specific content areas are as follows:

(a) Theories of addiction ( IC&RC domains I and II) (twenty-four hours)

(b) Counseling procedures and strategies with addicted populations ( IC&RC domain III) (thirty hours)

(c) Group process and techniques working with addicted populations ( IC&RC domain III) (eighteen hours)

(d) Assessment and diagnosis of addiction ( IC&RC domain I) (twenty-four hours)

(e) Relationship counseling with addicted populations ( IC&RC domain III) (twenty-four hours)

(f) Pharmacology ( IC&RC domains I and III) (eighteen hours)

(g) Prevention strategies ( IC&RC domains II and III) (twelve hours)

(h) Treatment planning ( IC&RC domain II) (eighteen hours)

(i) Legal and ethical issues pertaining to chemical dependency ( IC&RC domain IV) (twelve hours)

(4) Thirty hours of approved clinical supervision specific education of which fifty percent shall have been obtained in the last five years. The required number of hours in the specific content areas are as follows:

(a) Counselor development (four hours)

(b) Professional and ethical standards (four hours)

(c) Program development and quality assurance (four hours)

(d) Performance evaluation (four hours)

(e) Administration (four hours)

(5) Completion of practical experience totaling two hundred twenty hours.

(a) The number of hours to be spent in practical experience in the twelve core function areas shall, at a minimum include:

Practical Experience Hours

Screening

Ten Hours

Intake

Ten Hours

Orientation

Ten Hours

Assessment

Ten Hours

Treatment Planning

Twenty-five Hours

Individual Counseling

Thirty Hours

Group Counseling

Thirty Hours

Family Counseling

Twenty Hours

Case Management

Fifteen Hours

Crisis Intervention

Ten Hours

Client Education

Ten Hours

Referral

Ten Hours

Reports and Record Keeping

Twenty Hours

Consultation with Other Professionals

Ten Hours

(b) The supervisor shall provide verification on a form prescribed by the board that the applicant has obtained the required two hundred twenty practical experience hours in the twelve core functions.

(6) Payment of the application fee.

(7) Provide an attestation statement agreeing to practice by the code of ethical standards adopted by the board.

(B) Upon review and approval of the application by the board, the applicant shall:

(1) Obtain a passing score on the IC&RC alcohol and drug counselor (ADC) examination or provide documentation of a valid license, registration, certificate, or credentials issued under another chapter of the Revised Code that authorizes the individual to engage in a profession whose scope of practice includes chemical dependency counseling and diagnosing and treating chemical dependency conditions.

(2) Obtain a passing score on the IC&RC clinical supervisor (CS) examination or provide documentation of a valid license, registration, certificate, or credentials issued under another chapter of the Revised Code that authorizes the individual to engage in a profession whose scope of practice includes the clinical supervision of chemical dependency counseling and diagnosing and treating chemical dependency conditions.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 4758-5-06

Effective: 1/1/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/28/2016 and 01/01/2022
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4758.20
Rule Amplifies: 4758.22, 4758.24, 4758.39
Prior Effective Dates: 5/6/13

4758-5-07 Requirements for certification of registered applicants (RA).

(A) To be certified as a registered applicant, an individual shall complete the following:

(1) Complete and submit a registered applicant form and a professional development plan that is acceptable to the board along with the required fee.

(2) Be at least eighteen years of age.

(3) Have at least a high school diploma or high school equivalence diploma.

(B) The registered applicant is a two year certificate.

(C) An individual may not reapply to be a registered applicant.

Replaces: 4758-5-06

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 4758-5-07

Effective: 05/06/2013
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/06/2018
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4758.20
Rule Amplifies: 4758.22, 4758.24, 4758.44
Prior Effective Dates: 6/13/04, 4/1/07

4758-5-08 Requirements for certification of Ohio prevention specialist assistants (OCPSA).

(A) To be certified as a prevention specialist assistant, an individual shall complete the following:

(1) Submission of a formal application.

(2) Be at least eighteen years of age.

(3) Have at least a high school diploma or high school equivalence diploma.

(4) At least one hundred hours of compensated or volunteer work, field placement, intern, or practicum experience in prevention services.

(5) Have at least forty-five hours of prevention related education of which fifty percent shall have been obtained within the last two years and nine hours shall be alcohol and other drug prevention specific. The required content areas with the specific contact hours are as follows:

(a) Domain I: planning and evaluation (three hours)

(b) Domain II: prevention education and service delivery (three hours)

(c) Domain III: communication (three hours)

(d) Domain IV: community organization (three hours)

(e) Domain V: public policy and environmental change (three hours)

(f) Domain VI: professional growth and responsibility ( fifteen hours)

(i) Prevention specific ethics education (three hours)

(ii) Cultural competency (three hours)

(g) The remaining hours may be distributed among these areas at the applicant's discretion.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 4758-5-08

Effective: 3/24/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 05/06/2018
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4758.20
Rule Amplifies: 4758.46
Prior Effective Dates: 5/6/13

4758-5-09 Requirements for certification of Ohio prevention specialist (OCPS).

(A) To be certified as a prevention specialist , an individual shall complete the following:

(1) Submission of formal application.

(2) An associate's degree or higher from an accredited educational institution.

(3) Two thousand hours of documented work experience in prevention of which a minimum of twenty per cent shall be devoted to planning and/or delivering prevention services. This work may include paid and volunteer hours, field placement, internship, or practicum experience.

(4) One hundred twenty practical experience hours. A minimum of ten hours shall be completed in each of the following performance domains:

(a) Planning and evaluation

(b) Prevention education and service delivery

(c) Communication

(d) Community organization

(e) Public policy and environmental change

(f) Professional growth and responsibility

(g) The remaining seventy hours may be completed in any domain as deemed appropriate by the applicant.

(5) One hundred twenty hours of prevention related education of which fifty per cent shall have been obtained within the last five years and twenty-four hours shall be alcohol and other drug prevention specific. The required content areas with the specific contact hours are as follows:

(a) Domain I: planning and evaluation (three hours)

(b) Domain II: prevention education and service delivery (three hours)

(c) Domain III: communication (three hours)

(d) Domain IV: community organization (three hours)

(e) Domain V: public policy and environmental change (three hours)

(f) Domain VI: professional growth and responsibility ( forty hours)

(i) Prevention-specific ethics education (six hours)

(ii) Cultural competency (three hours)

(g) The remaining hours may be distributed among these areas at the applicant's discretion.

(6) Successful completion of the IC&RC prevention specialist (PS) examination.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 4758-5-09

Effective: 3/24/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 05/06/2018
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4758.20
Rule Amplifies: 4758.45
Prior Effective Dates: 6/13/04, 4/1/07, 8/17/08, 11/15/10, 5/6/13

4758-5-10 Requirements for certification of Ohio prevention consultant (OCPC).

(A) To be certified as a prevention consultant, an individual shall complete the following:

(1) Submission of formal application.

(2) A bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited educational institution.

(3) Six thousand hours of documented compensated work experience in prevention, including at least four thousand hours of administering or supervising the services.

(4) One hundred twenty practical experience hours. A minimum of ten hours shall be completed in each of the following performance domains:

(a) Planning and evaluation

(b) Prevention education and service delivery

(c) Communication

(d) Community organization

(e) Public policy and environmental change

(f) Professional growth and responsibility

(g) The remaining seventy hours may be completed in any domain as deemed appropriate by the applicant.

(5) One hundred twenty hours of prevention related education of which fifty per cent shall have been obtained within the last five years and twenty-four hours shall be alcohol and other drug prevention specific. The required content areas with the specific contact hours are as follows:

(a) Domain I: planning and evaluation (three hours)

(b) Domain II: prevention education and service delivery (three hours)

(c) Domain III: communication (three hours)

(d) Domain IV: community organization (three hours)

(e) Domain V: public policy and environmental change (three hours)

(f) Domain VI: professional growth and responsibility ( forty hours)

(i) Prevention-specific ethics education (six hours)

(ii) Cultural competency (three hours)

(g) The remaining hours may be distributed among these areas at the applicant's discretion.

(6) Ninety hours of administrative or supervisory education. The required content areas with the specific content hours are as follow:

(a) At least three semester credit hours or forty-five clock hours in human resource management;

(b) At least three semester credit hours or forty-five clock hours in fiscal management.

(7) Successful completion of the IC&RC prevention specialist (PS) examination.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 4758-5-10

Effective: 3/24/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 05/06/2018
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4758.20
Rule Amplifies: 4758.44
Prior Effective Dates: 6/13/04, 4/1/07, 8/17/08, 11/15/10, 5/6/13

4758-5-11 Requirements for gambling disorder endorsements.

To receive a gambling disorder endorsement, an individual shall complete the following:

(A) Submission of formal application.

(B) Verification of an active independent chemical dependency counselor, chemical dependency counselor III, or chemical dependency counselor II license issued by the board.

(C) Thirty hours of gambling disorder education completed in the following areas:

(1) Knowledge of gambling disorder

(2) Gambling counseling practice

(3) Special issues in gambling treatment

(4) Professionalism in gambling treatment

(D) One hundred hours of compensated work or supervised internship in gambling disorder direct clinical experience.

(1) Clinical experience shall be supervised by one of the following:

(a) An independent social worker with demonstrated competency in gambling disorder treatment licensed under Chapter 4757. of the Revised Code

(b) A professional clinical counselor with demonstrated competency in gambling disorder treatment licensed under Chapter 4757. of the Revised Code

(c) A psychologist with demonstrated competency in gambling disorder treatment licensed under Chapter 4732. of the Revised Code

(d) An independent chemical depenency counselor - clinical supervisor with gambling disorder endorsement licensed under Chapter 4758. of the Revised Code

(e) An independent chemical depenency counselor with gambling disorder endorsement licensed under Chapter 4758. of the Revised Code

(2) An individual may be issued an initial gambling disorder endorsement without having complied with paragraph (D) of this rule, but the individual shall comply with paragraph (D) of this rule at the time of their next renewal.

(3) An individual who fails to comply with paragraph (D)(1) of this rule is not entitled to renew the endorsement.

Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 4758-5-11

Effective: 3/22/2015
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 03/22/2020
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4758.20
Rule Amplifies: 4758.48