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Licensing Requirements in Montana

8.19.112 EXAMINATION FOR ENDORSEMENT

(1) The department shall issue an endorsement for both non-pre-engineered and pre-engineered fire alarm systems, special fire agent suppression systems or fire extinguishing systems to an individual who pays the required fee and submits satisfactory documentation that the applicant satisfies one of the following:

(a) currently holds the equivalent of endorsement in another jurisdiction (state, territory, federal government, federally-recognized tribe, country or local government), provided that the applicant meets or exceeds the qualifications for endorsement in this state;

(b) has been issued a letter of certification, specific to the endorsement being sought, of NICET level II or higher; or is a candidate for certification from NICET level II or higher. The letter of certification must be sent directly to the program office from NICET.

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