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    Licensing Fees

    The following non-refundable, non-transferable fees are established by the State Board for the Certification of Residential Child Care Program Professionals: 

    A. Residential Child Care Program Administrators:

    1. Initial Application—$200;

    2. State Standards Examination (charged each time an applicant takes the examination)—$125;

    3. Biennial Certificate Renewal—$200;

    4. Reinstatement Fee—$200;

    5. Late Renewal Fee (in addition to renewal fee) —$100;

    6. Acting Capacity Approval—$75;

    7. Authorization to serve as the residential child care program administrator for 2 individually licensed organizations—$100; and

    8. Preceptor Authorization—$100;

    B. Residential Child and Youth Care Practitioner:

    1. Initial Application—$50;

    2. Biennial Certificate Renewal—$ 50;

    3. Reinstatement Fee—$50;

    4. Late Renewal Fee (in addition to renewal fee)—$25;

    C. Other Fees:

    1. Application for approval of a continuing education program of studies—$100;

    2. Fine for failure to notify the Board within 30 days of a change in the:

      • Name of the certificate holder;
      • Home address of the certificate holder;
      • Electronic mail address of the certificate holder; or
      • Name or address of employer or business connection of the certificate holder—$50;
    1. Returned check fee—$25;

    2. Diskettes, Labels or Rosters of Certified Individuals. Persons may purchase diskettes, labels, or rosters of certified:

      • Residential Child Care Program Administrators—$50; or
      • Residential Child and Youth Care Practitioner —$100;
    3. Lost, destroyed, or duplicate license—$25;

    4. Written verification of certification—$15;

    5. Failure to appear at Standards Examination without justification—$15; and

    6. Missing documentation reprocessing fee—$5.