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TITLE 16ECONOMIC REGULATION
PART 4TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATION
CHAPTER 84DRIVER EDUCATION AND SAFETY
SUBCHAPTER MCURRICULUM AND ALTERNATIVE METHODS OF INSTRUCTION
RULE §84.505Drug and Alcohol Driving Awareness Programs of Instruction

    (C) The course provider shall sign all student instruction records submitted for the department-approved instructor development program. Original documents shall be submitted.

    (D) Instructor development programs including the practical-teaching portion of the instructor development course shall be offered at approved classroom facilities of a licensed school. A licensed instructor shall present the program.

(b) Schools applying for approval of additional drug and alcohol driving awareness programs after the original approval has been granted shall submit the documents designated by the department with the appropriate fee. Programs shall be approved before soliciting students, advertising, or conducting classes. An approval for an additional program shall not be granted if the school's compliance is in question at the time of application.

(c) If an approved program is discontinued, the department shall be notified within five working days of discontinuance. Any program discontinued shall be removed from the list of approved programs.

(d) If, upon review and consideration of an original, renewal, or amended application for drug and alcohol driving awareness program approval, the department determines that the applicant does not meet the legal requirements, the department shall notify the applicant, setting forth the reasons for denial in writing.

(e) The department may revoke approval of any drug and alcohol driving awareness program given to a course provider or school under any of the following circumstances.

  (1) A statement contained in the application for the program approval is found to be untrue.

  (2) The school has failed to maintain the faculty, facilities, equipment, or programs of study on the basis of which approval was issued.

  (3) The school and/or course provider has been found to be in violation of the Code, and/or this subchapter.

  (4) The program has been found to be ineffective in carrying out the purpose of the Code.


Source Note: The provisions of this §84.505 adopted to be effective April 1, 2017, 42 TexReg 1400; amended to be effective September 1, 2020, 45 TexReg 6069; amended to be effective September 1, 2021, 46 TexReg 5394

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