Texas Register, Volume 9, Number 31, Pages 2283-2340, April 24, 1984 Page: 2,317
Requirements for Examination and ticensure as a
(3) Employment documentation report form for
the initial licensing pbfod (expires August 31, 1984). The
board-approved employment documentation form for
submitting documentation of employment in the field of
dietetics for three of the 10 years beginning September
1, 1973, through August 31, 1983, shall contain:
(A) the name of the applicant;
(B) the name and address of the agency or in
stitution where the experience was gained (a separate form
should be used for each one);
(C) the number of hours worked each month
and the inclusive dates of employment;
(D) the type of setting, the type of clients
served and the type of work performed;
(E) the applicant's job title during employ-
(F) a signed statement of employment verifi-
cation from the agency(ies) ul institution(s) where the ex-
perience was gained
(4) Transcripts Applicants must submit official
transcript(s) of all relevant college work. Transcripts will
not be required for those persons who are registered by
(5) Other documents. Vitae, resumes, and other
documentation ol the applicant's credentials may be sub-.
(6) Determination of eligibility. The board shall
make the final determination on the eligibility of all ap-
plicants During the initial licensing period, the board may
delegate approval of applications for licensing to a com-
mittee of the board. All applications shall be ratified at
the next regular meeting of the board.
(7) Disappoed applications. A person whose
application for licensure has been disapproved may re-
quest in writing an Informal conference with the board
to review its decision on the basis of the materials con-
tained in the application
711.8. l\amrnuations for Dietittan Licensure.
(a) Purpose The section on licensure examination
sets out the board's rules governing the administration,
content, grading, and other procedures for examination
(b) Frequency. The board shall administer licen-
sure examinations at least twice a year or as often as
deemed necessary by the board.
(c) Forms of examination The examination for
licensure may be any of the following as prescribed by
(1) a written examination prepared by the board
or its designee,
(2) an examination given by the commission or
its designee; or
(3) any other form of examination prescribed by
(d) Applications for examination
(1) The board shall notify an applicant whose ap-
plication has been approved at least 30 days prior to the
next scheduled examination
(2) An examination registration form for a
scheduled board-prepared examination must be complet-
ed and returned to the board by the applicant with the
required fee (unless otherwise instructed by the board)
at least 15 days prior to the date of examination.
(3) A form indicating intent to take an exami-
nation given by the commission or its designee must be
completed and returned to the board by the applicant at
least 15 days prior to the date of examination.
(1) Written examinations administered by the
board will be in Austin, Texas, unless otherwise an-
(2) Examinations administered by the commis-
sion or its designee will be held in locations to be an-
nounced by the commission.
(1) Licensure examinations administered by the
board shall be graded by the board or its designee.
(2) Written examinations administered by the
board shall be identified by number and graded anony-
mously in order to insure impartiality.
(3) Examinations administered by the commis-
sion shall be graded by the commission or its designee.
(1) The executive secretary shall notify each ex-
aminee of the results of the board-prepared examination
within 30 days of the date of the examination.
(2) If the examination is graded or reviewed by
a national or state testing service, the board shall notify
each examinee of the examination results within 14 days
of the date the department receives the results from the
(3) If examination results will be delayed for
more than 90 days after the examination, the department
shall notify each applicant of the reason for delay before
the 90th day.
(4) No matter what numerical or other scoring
system the board may use in arriving at examination
results, the official notice of results to applicants shall
be stated in terms of "pass" or "fail."
(1) An applicant who falls the examination
prescribed by the board may take a subsequent exami-
nation after paying the examination fee.
(2) If requested in writing, the board shall fur-
nish an applicant who fails an examination an analysis
(3) An applicant who fails the examination three
times must furnish the board an official transcript from
an accredited college or university indicating completed
course work taken for credit with a passing grade in the
area(s) of weakness determined by analysis of the previ-
ous examination(s) before the applicant may again ap-
ply for examination.
(a) Purpose. The purpose of this section is to set
out the licensing procedures of the board.
(b) Issuance of licenses.
(1) The executive secretary will send each appli-
cant whose application has been approved and has passed
the examination (if applicable) a lhcensure form to com-
plete and return with the prorated license fee in the form
of a personal or certified check or money order.
(2) Upon receiving an applicant's licensure form
and fee, the board shall issue the person a license certifi-
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April 24, 1984
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