PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PRACTICE ACT
54-3707. Application for licensure. Each applicant for licensure shall submit a completed written application to the board, on forms prescribed by the board, together with the application fee. The application shall be verified under oath and shall require the following information:
(1) A certificate of graduation from an approved occupational therapy curriculum, or an approved occupational therapy assistants curriculum accredited by the American occupational therapy association’s accreditation council for occupational therapy education, or predecessor or a successor organization as established in rule and approved by the licensure board.
(2) The disclosure of any criminal conviction or charges against the applicant other than minor traffic offenses;
(3) The disclosure of any disciplinary action against the applicant by any state professional regulatory agency or professional organization;
(4) A person trained as an occupational therapist outside of the United States and its territories shall satisfy the examination requirements as provided in section 54-3708, Idaho Code. The board shall require such applicants to meet examination eligibility requirements as established by the credentialing body recognized by the board and which are substantially equal to those found in section 54-3708, Idaho Code.
[54-3707, added 2009, ch. 222, sec. 7, p. 695.]