(1) Application for licensure as a certified euthanasia technician must be made on forms prescribed by the department. Completed applications include appropriate fees and required documentation.
(2) Applicants for an original license must:
(a) be at least 18 years of age;
(b) have completed a euthanasia training program as described in ARM 24.225.907;
(c) have passed both a written and practical euthanasia training and exam as described in ARM 24.225.910 within 36 months of the application date; and
(d) provide verification of any professional license(s) the applicant has ever held in any state or jurisdiction.
(3) Applicants for licensure currently licensed as a certified euthanasia technician in another jurisdiction must:
(a) hold a current, active license in good standing to practice euthanasia in another state or jurisdiction whose standards at the time of application are substantially equivalent to Montana standards; and
(b) provide verification of any professional license(s) the applicant has ever held in any state or jurisdiction.
(4) Incomplete applications will automatically expire one year from the date the fee was received. If an application expires, the applicant must reapply and pay all appropriate fees.