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Certified and Licensed Occupations

The Certified and Licensed Occupations reference tool was created in response to a regional request for a way to collect and report occupational licensing, as well as a request for a link to wage information sorted by job, as reported by the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (OESC).

The Certified and Licensed Occupations Boards List is available on CS Quest.

Many occupations require occupational licenses or permits. The Certified Licensed Occupations Boards List is a reference tool that provides information about Oklahoma State Boards and Commissions who govern and issue those licenses and permits. The tool is designed to assist you in locating the desired board or commission of a particular occupation for the purpose of revocation or suspension of these licenses and/or permits for non-payment of child support. It provides the board or commission name, contact information, and website address.

When a driver’s license is revoked, please review Child Support Services (CSS) policy 340: 25-5-211.1 (link takes you to Infonet policy library).

To aid in guidelines calculations, we have also added a link to the Oklahoma Wage Report on the OESC Oklahoma Labor Market Statistics website (Link opens in new window). This report, prepared by OESC, shows the most current wage information and provides wage rates of specific occupations. This information can be useful in gathering information for guidelines calculations.

We hope that you will find this useful in your efforts to increase collections of current support and arrears.

This listing is intended as a reference tool; there may be additional licenses and permits that are not listed. If you verify information that you would like to have added or find an inaccuracy, please contact your Programs Field Representative (PFR).

For instructions for the non-compliance form on Gaming, read “Instructions for Gaming License Revocation.”