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Dental Hygienist-Washington (Occupation Licenses)
Individuals must graduate from an American Dental Association Commison on Dental Accreditation accredited dental hygiene program, have training for anaesthesia and restorative, have a certification of successful completion of the Dental Hygiene National Board Examination, pass required clinical examinations and state jurispridence examination, provide a work history and receive a state license

Emergency Medical Service Personnel-Washington (Occupation Licenses)
Individuals must have an Department of Health provider credential, association with a licensed EMS agency and supervision of the county medical program director. Required education includes taking an approved EMS curriculum, passing the EMS examination and paying the required fee

Family Therapist-Washington (Occupation Licenses)
Individuals must have a master's or doctoral degree in marriage and family therapy from an approved school. Individuals must have a minimum of 2 calendar years of full-time marriage and family therapy, 1,000 hours of which must be direct client contact. Individuals must pass the Association of Marital and Family Therapy Regulatory Boards and pay the required fee

Marriage Therapist-Washington (Occupation Licenses)
Individuals must have a master's or doctoral degree in marriage and family therapy from an approved school. Individuals must have a minimum of 2 calendar years of full-time marriage and family therapy, 1,000 hours of which must be direct client contact. Individuals must pass the Association of Marital and Family Therapy Regulatory Boards and pay the required fee

Emergency Medical Technician-Washington (Occupation Licenses)
Individuals must have an Department of Health provider credential, association with a licensed EMS agency and supervision of the county medical program director. Required education includes taking an approved EMS evaluatior curriculum and passing the evaluator examination, pass a written examination and pay the required fee

Amusement Ride Inspector-Washington (Occupation Licenses)
Individuals must have two years of experience as an amusement ride inspector, personnel supervision responsibility for erecting, maintaining and operating functions. Individuals must also pass a competency examination administered by the National Association of Amusement Ride Safety Officials, pay a 20 feel to the department, and documentation of having met the above requirements. Trainees may work without certification, if directly and continually supervised during the inspection process by a certified ride inspector

Inspector of Solid Waste Incinerator and Landfill Facilities-Washington (Occupation Licenses)
Individuals must pass have a high school diploma or equivalent, Solid Waste Association of North America's examination cost 210 , and for prospective landfill facilities inspectors have a minimum of 2 years of experience as a landfill inspector

Health Care Assistant Now Medical Assistant-Washington (Occupation Licenses)
Individuals must successfully complete high school or equivalent, read, write and converse in English, successfully complete college or post-secondary program accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools or the Commission or Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs or listed equivalent , successfully passed the certified medical assistant examination through the American Association of Medical Assistants OR the registered medical assistant cerfication through the American Medical Technologists OR the clinical medical assistant certification examination through the National Health Career Association or the certified medical assistant examination through the National Center for Competency Testing

Chemical Dependency Professional-Washington (Occupation Licenses)
...an associate's degree in human services or related field or successful completion of 90 quarter 60 semester college credits from an accredited school. At least 45 quarter 30 semester credits must be in courses related to the chemical dependency profession. Individuals must have supervised work experience in the field of 2,500 hours of chemical dependency counseling for applicants with an associate's degree or B.A., 1,500 hours with an masters or doctorate, 1,000 hours with licensed advanced registered nurse practicioners or psychologists, 850 hours for licensed marriage of family therapists, mental health counselors, advanced or independent clinical social workers. Individuals must pass the level I examiniation of the National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors

Mechanic Elevator-Washington (Occupation Licenses)
Individuals must either be nationally certified under the National Elevator Industry Education Program or the Certified Elevator Technician Program sponsored by the National Association of Elevator Contractors, or have earned a certificate of completion of an elevator mechanic apprenticeship program that met required standards and is registered with the Washington State Apprenticeship and Training Council or by completing a written examination and provide proof of documented experience and education creduts in the elevator industry performing conveyance work as verified by current and prior employers AND fill out the required application and pay the required 164.10 fee

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