Section 860-3-1-.02 - Qualification For Registration (Alabama Administrative Code)

§ 860-3-1-.02. Qualification For Registration

(1) An applicant for registration as a Professional Soil Classifier shall maintain high personal and professional ethics and standards as described in the code of ethics of the Alabama State Board of Registration for Professional Soil Classifiers.

(2) An applicant for registration as a Professional Soil Classifier shall be qualified pursuant to either of the following:

(a) A graduate of an approved four-year college curriculum leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree, or its equivalent, in which the applicant has majored in a soils curriculum; and with a specific record of an additional one year or more of experience in soil classification of a grade and character which indicates to the Board that the applicant may be competent to practice as a soil classifier; and be otherwise qualified. Teaching soil classification courses in a college or university offering an approved four-year soil science or agronomic curriculum should be considered as experience in soil investigations;

(b) A graduate of any approved four-year college curriculum, leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree; and with a specific record of an additional two years or more experience in soil classification of a grade and character which indicates to the Board that the applicant may be competent to practice as a soil classifier; and be otherwise qualified.

(3) An applicant for registration as a Professional Soil Classifier shall sit for and pass an examination (minimum passing score of 65) before the Board or its authorized representatives.

(New Rule: Filed July 15, 2010; effective August 19, 2010.)

Author: Stephen M. Cauthen

Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, § 34-32-9, as amended.

Disclaimer: All information on this page is frequently updated based on official sources. However, Lawrina cannot accept any responsibility for the accuracy of the content for Section 860-3-1-.02 Qualification For Registration. To check for possible violations, please check the official sources.

We use Cookies to make Your experience on the Portal greater. To learn more about Cookies we use, please read Our Cookie Policy. Do you allow us to use Cookie?
Learn more Accept Cookies

Free webinar on November 2! Lawyer’s mental health: how to stay calm under stress.

X