TDLR Waives CE Requirement for June Licensees

TDLR Waives CE Requirement for June Licensees

The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) announced yesterday the waiver of continuing education (CE) requirements for all individual licenses has been extended to licenses expiring in June 2020. Previously the waiver of CE had been in place for March, April, and May licenses only. If your license expires in June, you will still need to submit your renewal application, pay the required fees, and TDLR will check criminal history, but you will not need to complete any TDLR-required continuing education this licensing cycle. (§51.405, Occupations Code)

PSI Testing Facilities Reopen

TDLR’s exam vendor, PSI, resumed written exam delivery at all 22 PSI sites across Texas last Friday, May 22. If your ACR license exam was postponed or you have been waiting to take the exam, see the PSI COVID-19 page for information on scheduling.

Texas Reopening Expands

Good news for those looking to hit the water parks with recently-released-from-school children.Last week saw the lock-down lifted on zoos, aquariums, and child care facilities, and this weekGov. Abbott announced that water parks can reopen on May 29 to 25-percent capacity. Mall food courts and driver education programs were able to resume this week, and recreational sports programs for adults are able to resume on May 31.

Employee Temperature-Taking Policy: When and How?

Federated Insurance’s HR question of the month is timely as we bring employees back to the office and open offices to clients, suppliers, and other visitors. If you have established a policy to check the temperature of your employees, read this for more about what you should and should not do.