Each time supporting evidence arrives at the board office and is accepted into your official board record, staff send you a License Data Sheet. When all items are marked on the License Data Sheet as completed, you will receive direction how to request and pay for your first license.
The board prorates the $200.00 annual license fee for your first license. If you request your first license between July 1 and December 31, the full $200.00 applies. If your first license is requested between January 1st and June 30th, when all licenses expire every year, the fee is $100.00. A 10% temporary surcharge is currently applied for the Office of Electronic Technology. This OET surcharge will be collected until July 2015.
To add an end date to your facility, please log in to your online account. Under the Profile View tab, you will see an Administrator of Record heading and a list heading of Organizations.
If you are adding an AOR start date:
Next to the Organizations heading you will see a blue '+' icon, if you click that icon, you will be able to add your facility and start date.
If you are adding an AOR end date:
Next to your most current facility, you will see a start date and a blank end date, next to the blank end date, you will see a blue icon that looks a bit like a pencil. If you click that icon, you will be able to add an end date.
It is important to only add one date at a time, even if you know both the start and end date of an assignment. Begin with adding the start date of your assignment, then return after your assignment has completed to add the end date.
You can always check your current AOR assignment by logging in to your account clicking the Profile View tab and reviewing Organizations under the Administrator of Record heading. If your assignment is visible there, we have received it and forwarded the information to MDH and DHS.
Updating AOR start and end dates with BENHA notifies, MDH and DHS, in addition to recording the change in our system. Make sure to communicate with the previous or incoming AOR to assure that they have done the same. All changes must be reported within 5 days of the change.