Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 31.0309]
(a) Examinations for the trade or trades applied for shall be administered by the board, a designated member of the board, or another person designated by the board. Examinations shall be in such foffi1 as the board prescribes and shall be based upon academic and/or practical experience and generally recognized principles of the trade or trades applied for. As such the examination may be written and demonstrative. The examiner may require samples of work, if appropriate, or may require the doing of appropriate tasks for grading by the examiner.
(b) The examination prescribed by the board may be in lieu of the final examination for government employees who have completed the 3-year on-the-job training program for specific trades as described in the publication of the ASG entitled "Standard Titles and Definitions for Upgraded Positions, Supervisory Titling Procedures and In-Service Training Programs," a copy of which is attached to the rules codified in this chapter.History: Bd. of Tradesmen Examiners Regs., eff 28 Dec 72, Reg.2.05.