Changes at TDLR on September 1, 2018
A few changes officially take place at TDLR on September 1, 2018.
First, we’re happy to welcome Behavior Analysts to the TDLR family. Behavior Analysts provide assistance to those in need by designing, implementing, and evaluating instructional and environmental modifications to produce socially significant improvements in human behavior. Welcome to TDLR!
- Behavior Analysts and Assistant Behavior Analysts are required to be licensed no later than September 1, 2018.
- TDLR is accepting online applications.
- Since June 15, 2018, TDLR has approved 1,323 Behavior Analysts and Assistant Behavior Analysts applicants for licensure.
Next, three license types are eliminated.
- Statewide licensing of booting operators and booting employees is eliminated. In addition, the tow training license is repealed.
- Booting of vehicles has been deregulated statewide. Local authorities, including counties and municipalities, may choose to regulate booting.
The following programs have rules going into effect September 1: