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. Any person who is of good moral character, has attained the age of twenty-one years, and has a degree in landscape architecture from an accredited school of landscape architecture and has acquired at least three years satisfactory landscape architectural experience after acquiring such a degree may apply to the board for licensure as a professional landscape architect.

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. Nothing contained in sections to shall be considered as a directive to any state department of administration or any political subdivision thereof to employ a professional landscape architect.

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A Professional Land Surveyor renders a highly technical service in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, codes and court decisions set forth by local, county, state and federal authorities.

Because of the special skills and complexities involved in surveying land, Missouri statutes limit the practice to only those surveyors duly licensed by the Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects.

In order to protect the public from inferior land surveying, the Missouri Minimum Standards for Property Boundary Surveys have been established. These standards describe recommended procedures for a survey and the minimum information to be provided to the client.

. If an applicant fails to make the grade specified in section , the applicant may apply for reexamination, by division, in accordance with the guidelines established by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards or it successor.

Architects, Professional Engineers, and Professional Landscape Architects - Test your knowledge of Chapter 877, RSMo, the Board Rules, and Practice Ethics. This exam has been approved for 7 CEUs/PDHs.

Missouri’s nursing homes and other long term care facilities provide different levels of care depending upon a person’s needs. Generally, people who live in skilled nursing homes need a lot of care while those in residential care facilities do not. There are approximately 6,665 long-term care facilities with more than 86,655 beds licensed and inspected by the section. Of these facilities, there are 559 skilled nursing facilities, 79 intermediate care facilities, 869 residential care facilities, and 768 assisted living facilities. The section also inspects 66 hospital-based long-term care units. Approximately 555 facilities participate in the Federal Medicaid and/or Medicare programs.

The Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) inspects state licensed residential care and assisted living facilities. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services contracts with the department to conduct federal certification surveys in federally licensed facilities. In skilled nursing facilities, the federal certification survey and state licensed inspections usually occur at the same time. DHSS also investigates complaints about long-term care facilities and resident abuse or neglect.

7. The board shall issue a certificate of completion to each applicant who satisfies the requirements of the aforementioned land surveyor-in-training program and passes such examination or examinations as shall be required by the board.

. 6. After it has been determined that an applicant possesses the qualifications entitling the applicant to be examined, each applicant for examination and enrollment as a land surveyor-in-training and for examination and licensure as a professional land surveyor in Missouri shall appear before the board or its representatives for examination at the time and place specified.

. The board shall conduct all examinations, determine which applicants have successfully passed the examinations and recommend each such applicant to the division for licensure as a professional landscape architect. The board may obtain the services of specially trained and qualified persons or organizations to assist in conducting examinations of applicants for licensure. Certification of an applicant's technical qualifications by the Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB) may be accepted by this state's board as establishing such qualifications and the applicant shall not be required to pass any further examination.