5 FAQs for Veterinary Licensing in Texas

The Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners (TBVME) regulates the practice of veterinary medicine in Texas, and issues licenses for Veterinarians (DVM), Licensed Veterinary Technicians (LVT), and Equine Dental Providers (EDP). Applicants to the TBVME must pass the state licensing exam and meet all other requirements prior to becoming licensed in Texas. The following are…

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What Do Texas Licensing Boards Do?

Texas licensing boards manage professional, medical, and vocational license programs in Texas. They oversee all aspects of licensure, including setting standards for licensure, mandates for continuing education credits, creating procedures for resolving complaints, and they are responsible for addressing complaints from the public and taking disciplinary action against a licensee when appropriate. When investigating allegations…

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Common Complaints Against Texas Audiologists

To become a licensed audiologist or speech-language pathologist in Texas requires a great deal of education. These professions often need to complete years of rigorous academic and clinical training focused on the study and diagnosis of hearing disorders, hearing loss, and other audiological medical issues. Texas Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists are regulated by the Texas…

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Continuing Education Requirements Due Before Renewal of Texas Insurance Agent or Adjuster License

Before renewing their licenses, Texas insurance agents and adjusters must complete their continuing education credits and pay any fines or fees that are due. The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) governs agent and adjuster licensing as well as company licensing and registration through the Agent and Adjuster Licensing Office (AAL). The TDI requires a certain…

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Sign Requirement for Texas Cosmetology Establishments – Regarding Assistance to Victims of Human Trafficking

Cosmetology includes professional skills in haircare, skin care, cosmetics, manicures and pedicures, and certain hair removal services. Cosmetologists and businesses that offer cosmetology services are regulated by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations (TDLR). Cosmetology Establishments in Texas are required to post a sign with information concerning services and assistance available to victims of…

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