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Massage Therapy License Renewals

Thursday, April 13, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Sheri Ryan
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Reposted from Board of Massage Therapy website https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/cbpl/professionallicensing/boardofmassagetherapists.aspx

5.   How does renewal work?
 

The division will send written notification to you at least 30 days in advance of the renewal deadline. It is your responsibility to provide all requested/necessary information and fees in order to renew your license. Please be advised: fingerprinting is a requirement of license renewal. These typically take several months to process; it is advised to submit fingerprint cards well in advance of the deadline, along with the $60.00 processing fee.

Public Notice

Many of you have reached out regarding the requirements to renew your license this summer (9/30/2017). I hope that you will find this informative and helpful. Please read through this information carefully and let me know if you have any questions.

What do I have to send in to renew my license?

  • Renewal application: This will be available on the Board’s website sometime after July 2017.
  • A new set of fingerprints is required at each renewal. It would be best if you sent your new fingerprint card starting in May & June along with the $60.00 fee because there are a large number of you and it can take a few months for the Department of Public Safety to process them and return the background check to the Board.
  • Fees: The Division will determine the amount of the fees after an extensive fee analysis this spring. The fee amounts are unknown at this time.
  • Continuing Education Credits: On the application you will be asked to “attest” to the fact that you have completed the required amount (6). We will run a random audit of all licenses and those folks chosen will need to submit a copy of their 6 CE’s. They will be contacted in writing after the renewal is finished.

    Attest means to certify a document by signature or oath, as in an official capacity. Attest is a legal term that refers to the act of a person swearing to or affirming the truth of something. Attestation may be made by bearing witness to the execution of a document by signing one's signature to the document.
  • Current CPR Card

I will send out reminder post cards with more information once we get closer to the summer. Please feel free to check out the Board's website regularly for information.

Examiner: Dawn Hannasch
Phone: (907) 465-3811
Fax: (907) 465-2974
Email: dawn.hannasch@alaska.gov
P.O. Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811-0806


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