Applying for licensure using your Council Record is easy and saves you time! Once all categories (Education, Employment, Registration, Examination) are verified by CLARB, you can transmit your Council Record in support of your licensure application.
Transmittal fees are available on the Council Record Fees page.
If you are looking to use your Council Record in support of a licensure application, you will need to make a transmittal request. If a Council Record is complete, transmittals are typically reviewed and processed within 5-7 business days, or 10-14 business days during periods of high volume (i.e. within 4 weeks of exam results release). A complete Council Record requires current employment to be updated/verified within the last 3 months.
You can view all transmittal fees on the Council Record Fees page.
Step 1. Log into your Council Record and make sure that your current employment has been updated and verified within the last three months.
1a: If you are a licensed LA, check to make sure all licenses you currently or have previously held are listed in the registration section of your Council Record.
Step 2. Make sure there are no gaps in your employment history that are greater than three months. If you do, then you need to account for the gap with additional employment information or if you were unemployed you can add an unemployment entry.
Step 3. Once all categories (Education, Employment, Registration, Examination) are verified by CLARB and your current employment is up to date, you can make a transmittal request in support of your licensure application by Transmitting your Council Record
You will receive an email confirming the transmittal of your Record. Transmittal requests are typically processed within 5-7 business days from when they are received (in times of high volume, i.e score release, it may take up to 10 days to complete).
Transmit your Council Record to quickly and easily apply for licensure.
You can submit your application to the licensure board at the same time you make your transmittal request. You may be notified, by the licensure board, that your application is incomplete if the board has not yet received your Council Record transmittal.
Once you receive your licensure information you will want to update your Council Record.
To view the licensure requirements for the jurisdiction in which you are interested in gaining licensure, please see the Licensure Requirements Map.