Article XV: Withdrawal or Revocation of Approval

  • BHAP may withdraw or revoke (no refunds will be given) approval of any provider or deny a provider application for causes which include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Conviction of a felony or any offense substantially related to the activities of a provider.
    • Failure to comply with any provision of Chapter VI, Division 2, of the Business and Professions Code and/or Chapter XIV of the California Administrative Code.
    • Failure to correct deficiencies within 30 days after receiving written notice from BHAP specifying deficiencies and/or audit request data.
    • Failure to provide students with requested documents, contact information and/or reasonable assistance and reasonable resolutions to problems or complaints.
  • Any material misrepresentation of fact by a continuing education provider or applicant in any information required to be submitted to BHAP, is grounds for withdrawal of approval or denial of application.
  • BHAP may withdraw approval of any provider after setting forth the reason for withdrawal, and after affording a reasonable opportunity to be heard by BHAP, and after giving thirty (30) days written notice of the specific deficiencies.
  • Failure to provide a response or correct deficiencies noted by BHAP will result in immediate revocation of approval.


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