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TITLE 16ECONOMIC REGULATION
PART 4TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATION
CHAPTER 90OFFENDER EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR ALCOHOL AND DRUG-RELATED OFFENSES
SUBCHAPTER BINSTRUCTOR REQUIREMENTS
RULE §90.24Instructor Certification Term; Renewals

(a) Instructor certifications for all Offender Education Programs are valid for two years and may be renewed. An Instructor certification will expire two years after the date the certification was issued.

(b) To renew an Instructor's certification, the Instructor must:

  (1) submit a completed renewal application on a department-approved form;

  (2) complete the teaching and the continuing education requirements for the applicable Offender Education Program curriculum specified in §90.25;

  (3) comply with the continuing education audit process described under §90.26, if selected for an audit; and

  (4) successfully pass a criminal history background check performed by the department.

(c) There is no fee paid to the department to renew the instructor certification.

(d) Absent any other reasons for denial, the department will issue a renewal certification to an Instructor who has met all the requirements for renewal.

(e) If an Instructor's certification expires prior to submission of a complete renewal application that demonstrates compliance with all renewal requirements, the Instructor must reapply and successfully complete the applicable initial Instructor Training Course again to become certified to instruct for the applicable Offender Education Program.

(f) An Instructor may not instruct any Offender Education Programs with an expired Instructor certification.


Source Note: The provisions of this §90.24 adopted to be effective November 1, 2017, 42 TexReg 4632

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