Beware! – There are multiple versions of forms and booklets for Florida Certified Designated Representative (CDR) license applicants
Florida state websites are getting reorganized and redesigned. As a result, an internet search for Florida Certified Designated Representative (CDR) application forms and candidate information booklets can lead you to outdated versions.
At the time of writing this post, there are CDR forms and publications that have an effective date of December 2017 or January 2018. In my small sampling of search results, I was able to locate a form as old as 2014.
If you’re not sure you’ve got the latest forms or publications, here’s what the 2018 application form says, “If you have any questions or need assistance in completing this application, please contact the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Division of Drugs, Devices and Cosmetics, at 850.717.1800.”
The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) – Division of Drugs, Devices, & Cosmetics (DDDC) maintains a webpage full of commonly posed questions. Many of the questions are related to the Florida Certified Designated Representative (CDR) license: FL DBPR DDDC Permitting FAQs
In the search box, enter “candidate information booklets.” Choose English. Then click “DDC – Certified Designated Representative.”
The original post follows below:
Florida Certified Designated Representative (CDR) Reexamination Information
A candidate who fails to achieve the required passing score on the examination may be reexamined upon submission of a written request and a fee of $241.00. Pertinent reexamination and contact information is provided to all affected candidates along with their original grade report.”
If you’re preparing to take the Florida Certified Designated Representative Laws and Rules Examination, please don’t wait until the last minute to prepare and study for the test. If the exam is in your future, start studying as soon as you can, in order to avoid unnecessary stress.