11 NCAC 08 .0714             INACTIVE CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS

(a)  A CEO either who is no longer employed by a city, county, or state inspection department or who remains employed by a city, county, or state inspection department but no longer has Code enforcement responsibility is deemed inactive.  Inactive CEOs are neither subject to certificate renewal requirements nor continuing education requirements.

(b)  When an inactive CEO wishes to become reemployed as an active CEO, the CEO must complete continuing education courses within one year after reemployment to re-activate certificates in addition to the courses required for renewal of certificates as follows: 

(1)           A CEO who has been on inactive status for more than two years and who has not been continuously employed by a city, county, or state inspection department during the period of inactive status shall complete continuing education courses of 12 hours for each technical area in which the CEO is certified.

(2            A CEO who has been on inactive status for more than two years and who has been continuously employed by a city, county, or state inspection department during the period of inactive status shall complete continuing education courses of six hours for each technical area in which the CEO is certified.

(3)           A CEO who has been on inactive status for two years or less shall complete CE courses of four hours for each technical area in which the CEO is certified.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143-151.13A(b); 143-151.13A(d); 143-151.15;

Eff. February 1, 2006.