§ 1035.2. Training Schools.
17 CA ADC § 1035.2Barclays Official California Code of Regulations
17 CCR § 1035.2
§ 1035.2. Training Schools.
(a) Any person operating a school or conducting any course for the purpose of training or preparing individuals for a license under the provisions of Chapter 3, Division 2 of the Business and Professions Code shall submit, on forms provided by the department and subject to periodic renewal, such information as may be required by the department to satisfactorily evaluate the personnel, equipment, quality of instruction, and scope of activities of said schools.
(c) A training school shall accept a person licensed for training in clinical laboratory procedures only if there are on active duty in the laboratory a minimum of two full-time actively employed persons who possess any of the following licenses: clinical laboratory technologist, clinical laboratory bioanalyst, physician and surgeon, or appropriate laboratory specialty.
(2) The workload of the laboratory training clinical laboratory technologist trainees shall meet minimum standards set by the department and shall include at least the following: routine chemical determinations commonly required on blood, spinal fluid, and other body fluids; morphological, cultural, chemical and immunological tests for microbial pathogens; tests for helminths and protozoa; examinations for normal and abnormal blood cells; sedimentation rates, bleeding and coagulation time determinations and other commonly employed tests in hematology; precipitation, flocculation, agglutination or complement fixation tests; blood typing, Rh factor determinations and pretransfusion procedures; commonly employed serological tests; routine and microscopic urinalyses and such other technics as may be required to properly instruct clinical laboratory technologist trainees in current clinical laboratory procedures.
(3) The amount of practical training required by each clinical laboratory technologist trainee in order to fulfill the minimum requirements for admission to the licensing examinations shall be in accordance with the provisions of Article 4, Chapter 3, Division 2 of the Business and Professions Code. When one year of practical training in all subjects is necessary, the minimum time devoted to each shall be as follows:
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(4) When less than one or more than one year of practical training is required toward admission to the clinical laboratory technologists' examination, the above time devoted to the various subjects shall be decreased or increased proportionately after the laboratory director has secured approval from the department for the modification.
(6) Unless a trainee is a college graduate, he must receive during the course of his training program a minimum of 40 clock hours of recitation or instruction in the subjects covered in clinical laboratory work other than that received as practical training in the laboratory. Any laboratory school approved for specialist or limited technologist training must provide the department with adequately documented workload and program information and must comply with the minimum requirements heretofore stated in that special field of training.
(f) Colleges or universities accredited by the Western College Association or the Northwest Association of Secondary and Higher Schools or an essentially equivalent accrediting agency, as determined by the department, conducting courses for the purpose of training or preparing persons for a license under the provisions of Chapter 3, Division 2 of the Business and Professions Code, shall be considered approved by the department. Provided, however, that when such training is carried out in cooperation with other laboratories than those of said institutions, specific approval shall be obtained.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 1222.5 and 1224, Business and Professions Code; and Sections 100275 and 131200, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Sections 1208 and 1222.5, Business and Professions Code.
1. Change without regulatory effect renumbering former section 1035 to section 1035.2, including new Note, filed 10-6-2022 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2022, No. 40).
This database is current through 5/26/23 Register 2023, No. 21.
Cal. Admin. Code tit. 17, § 1035.2, 17 CA ADC § 1035.2
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