|(a) To become a certified Instructor for a particular
type of Offender Education Program, an individual must successfully
complete the applicable department-approved and sponsored Offender
Education Instructor training course.
(b) An Instructor Applicant must pay the department's
third party contractor an Instructor training fee after acceptance
into a specific training course.
(c) An Instructor Applicant must attend all classes
of the instructor training course in their entirety.
(d) An Instructor Applicant must achieve passing scores
on both the participant teaching presentation and the written exam
to successfully complete the Instructor training course.
(e) Any Instructor Applicant who does not achieve a
passing score on either the participant teaching presentation or the
written exam at the Instructor training course will have one additional
opportunity to pass the written exam or participant teaching presentation,
as applicable, within 30 days after the date of completing the instructor
training course, or as otherwise directed by the department.
(f) If the Instructor Applicant does not achieve a
passing score on the applicable written exam or participant teaching
presentation the second time, the Instructor Applicant will not have
successfully completed the Instructor training course and must reapply
for the applicable training and certification.
(g) Any Instructor Applicant who does not successfully
complete the Instructor training course, including any permitted retesting,
will be required to return the curriculum manual to the department
by no later than the end of the class session at which unsuccessful
completion of the course is determined or at the time of retest, whichever