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Live_Webinar Applying for Occupational and Professional Licenses With A Conviction Record

Description: When applying for occupational and professional licenses, individuals with conviction records often undergo “moral character” investigations by licensing agencies. This 1.5-hour training provides an overview of the general investigation process, how to prepare for these investigations by gathering and crafting evidence of rehabilitation, and what a potential licensing hearing may look like. The training also discusses the laws that govern how licensing agencies consider someone’s conviction record.

Objectives:

  • Understand the general application and licensing processes
  • Know how to craft and collect evidence of rehabilitation
  • State the laws that govern how licensing agencies consider conviction records
  • Remember general steps and facts about licensing hearings
  • Identify options for legal assistance and representation

Prerequisites: None

Audience:  Directly impacted individuals, peers, service providers, advocates, attorneys

Description: When applying for occupational and professional licenses, individuals with conviction records often undergo “moral character” investigations by licensing agencies. This 1.5-hour training provides an overview of the general investigation process, how to prepare for these investigations by gathering and crafting evidence of rehabilitation, and what a potential licensing hearing may look like. The training also discusses the laws that govern how licensing agencies consider someone’s conviction record.

Objectives:

  • Understand the general application and licensing processes
  • Know how to craft and collect evidence of rehabilitation
  • State the laws that govern how licensing agencies consider conviction records
  • Remember general steps and facts about licensing hearings
  • Identify options for legal assistance and representation

Prerequisites: None

Audience:  Directly impacted individuals, peers, service providers, advocates, attorneys