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Virginia Regulatory Town Hall

Proposed Text

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Action:
Repeal of traineeships
Stage: Fast-Track
 
18VAC85-101-50

18VAC85-101-50. Traineeship for unlicensed graduate. (Repealed.)

A. An applicant who is an unlicensed graduate of an ARRT acceptable program may be employed as a trainee under the direct supervision of a licensed radiologic technologist, or doctor of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, or podiatry.

B. The graduate shall submit an application for a traineeship to the board for review and approval by the Chairman of the Advisory Board on Radiological Technology or his designee.

C. The traineeship shall terminate 14 working days after receipt by the candidate of the licensure examination results. The unlicensed graduate may reapply for a new traineeship while awaiting to take the next examination.

D. An unlicensed graduate may serve in a traineeship for a period not to exceed two years or through three unsuccessful attempts of the licensure examination, whichever comes first. After such time, the graduate shall apply to the Advisory Board on Radiological Technology for approval to continue in practice as a trainee.

18VAC85-101-61

18VAC85-101-61. Traineeship for an applicant for licensure as a radiologic technologist-limited. (Repealed.)

A. An applicant who is seeking licensure as a radiologic technologist-limited may be employed as a trainee under the direct supervision of a licensed radiologic technologist, doctor of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic or podiatry.

B. The person shall submit an application for a traineeship to the board for review and approval by the Chairman of the Advisory Board on Radiological Technology or his designee.

C. The traineeship shall terminate 14 working days after receipt by the candidate of the licensure examination results or, if training for limited licensure in bone densitometry or abdomen and pelvis, 14 working days after completion of the required number of procedures. The trainee may reapply for a new traineeship while waiting to take the next examination or for satisfactory completion of the required number of procedures.