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Licensing Requirements in Arkansas

SECTION 10. Arkansas Code 17-40-318 is amended to read as follows:
"17-40-318. Training requirements for alarm system business.
(a) The licensee or his manager of a Class E Level 1 and Class F license shall show proof of NBFAA Level 2 certification or board approved equivalent. The licensee, or his manager for a Class E Level 1 shall have two (2) years from the effective date of this legislation to obtain the aforementioned certification. An applicant for a Class E Level 1 and Class F license or his manager applicant shall show proof of NBFAA Level 2 certification or board approved equivalent before the license may be issued.
(b) The licensee or his manager of a Class E Level 2 license shall show proof of NBFAA Level 2, NICET Level II certification or board approved equivalent. The licensee or his manager shall have two (2) years from the effective date of this legislation to obtain the aforementioned certification. An applicant for a Class E Level 2 license or his manager applicant shall show proof of NBFAA Level 2 certification, NICET Level II certification or board approved equivalent before the license may be issued.
(c) The licensee or his manager of a Class E Level 3 license shall show proof of NICET Level III, NBFAA Level 2 and Practical Fire Alarm Course or board approved equivalent. The licensee or his manager shall have two (2) years from the effective date of this legislation to obtain the aforementioned certification. An applicant for a Class E Level 3 license or his manager applicant shall show proof of NBFAA Level 2 and Practical Fire Alarm Course, NICET Level III, or board approved equivalent before the license may be issued.
(d) All persons applying for a license as an alarm system company or his manager applicant shall successfully complete the examination as manager under the provisions of this act and the board rules and regulations.
(e) All applicants for licensure shall meet other reasonable qualifications as may be adopted by the board."

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