In order to register for an examination, you must have been pre-authorized by the Florida Division of Funeral, Cemetery and Consumer Services. Once your application is approved by the Board of Funeral, Cemetery and Consumer Services an authorization letter will be sent to the Candidate.
Information related to your user ID and password is found in your authorization letter. If you have questions or require additional information, please contact Pearson VUE at 1-888-204-6261. If you are requesting a re-examination, you must obtain a re-take application.
Phase 5 The last phase has a 40-minute time limit per clip in which there are two clips provided. You are asked to watch the clips and translate the dialogue into your target language. So if the clip is in English, and your target language is German, you will translate English into German. The original language subtitles will be provided on the left side of the dashboard. This will help with your translation that you will enter on the right hand side.
There are some things to take into consideration before doing this test. There are some languages that are more in demand that others. For example, as I previously mentioned, English subtitling from English source will be more difficult to get than if you speak two languages. If you are not proficient in the target language you choose, you will not likely pass some of the phases. The languages that are more in demand than others are Korean, Arabic, Japanese, Swedish, and Danish languages. Keep in mind that there is likely higher score thresholds for languages such as English, Spanish, or Portuguese. The type of pay can range anywhere from $1 per minute to in some cases $6 per minute if you are proficient and the language you are targeting is a more desired language.
(b) (1) (A) All victims shall be exempted from the payment of expenses incurred as a result of receiving a medical-legal examination provided the victim must receive the medical-legal examination within seventy-two (72) hours of the attack.
(B) However, the seventy-two-hour time limitation may be waived if the victim is a minor or if the Crime Victims Reparations Board finds that good cause exists for the failure to provide the exam within the required time.
(2) (A) This subsection does not require a victim of sexual assault to participate in the criminal justice system or to cooperate with law enforcement in order to be provided with a forensic medical exam or reimbursement for charges incurred on account of a forensic medical exam, or both.
(c) (1) A medical facility or licensed health care provider that performs a medical-legal examination shall submit a sexual assault reimbursement form, an itemized statement that meets the requirements of 45 C.F.R. 164.512(d), as it existed on January 2, 2001, directly to the board for payment.
After completion of 18-21 semester hours of graduate work, students meet with the graduate director to ﬁnalize the speciﬁc areas in which they are to be examined. Students complete the written examination ﬁrst; these responses become the starting point for discussion in the oral examination. Students who fail the written or oral examinations may retake the examination once, but must do so within one year of the date of the original examination. 041b061a72