|(a) To renew a license, a license holder must:
(1) submit a complete renewal application on a department-approved
(2) submit the fee required under §121.80;
(3) demonstrate completion, in a manner prescribed
by the department, of human trafficking prevention training required
under Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 116, for each license renewal
on or after September 1, 2020; and
(4) successfully pass a criminal history background
(b) Applicants for renewal are subject to §121.20(c).
(c) Each license holder is responsible for renewing
the license before the expiration date and shall not be excused from
paying additional fees or penalties. Failure to receive notification
prior to the expiration date of the license shall not excuse failure
to apply for renewal or late renewal.
(d) A person whose license has expired may late renew
the license in accordance with §60.31 (relating to License Renewal
Applications) and §60.83 (relating to Late Renewal Fees) of this
(e) A person whose license has expired may not use
the title or represent or imply that he or she has the title of 'licensed
behavior analyst' or 'licensed assistant behavior analyst' and may
not use any facsimile of those titles in any manner.
(f) A person whose certification by the certifying
entity is on inactive status may renew a license that is on inactive
status if the person is in compliance with the requirements of the
certifying entity for inactive status.
(g) A person whose certification by the certifying
entity is on inactive status may not renew a license that is on active
(h) The department may not renew the license of a license
holder who is in violation of the Act or commission rules at the time
of application for renewal.