|(a) Certification Required. A birth registrar may not
complete any aspect of the birth registration process without holding
a current certification issued by the Vital Statistics Unit.
(b) Certification Process. Certification for Birth
Registrars requires the completion of the following:
(1) Acknowledgment of Paternity training course;
(2) TER--Birth Registration online training course;
(3) be a TER user with an individual User Identification
(4) oath of confidentiality (on file at facility);
(5) a completed Application for Birth Registrar Certification/Re-certification;
(6) physicians, midwives or persons acting as midwives
must provide current licensing information with their respective licensing
(c) Re-certification Process. Birth registrars who
actively register births in this state are required to obtain 8 hours
of continuing education every two-year renewal period.
(d) The certification renewal period issued under subsection
(a) of this section is two years beginning on the 1st day of the month
following the issuance of the certification to the birth registrar.
(e) Birth registration processes occurring at facilities
or by midwives may be inspected upon the submission of an Application
for Birth Registrar Certification/ Re-certification.
(f) Certain Grounds for Denial or Revocation of a Certification
are as follows. The Vital Statistics Unit may refuse to issue a new
certification or to renew a certification or may revoke a certification
of a birth registrar if it determines that the certification application
contains false information, or has violated the electronic registration
user agreement as prescribed by §181.13 of this title (relating
to Birth Certificate Form and Consent).