|(a) An Offender Education Provider seeking renewal
of its Program certification of approval shall submit:
(1) a completed Program/Provider renewal application
on a department-approved form; and
(2) the Program/Provider renewal fee specified under §90.80.
(b) The renewal certification becomes effective on
the date the certification is issued and expires two years after the
date of issuance.
(c) The department shall issue a renewal Program certification
to a Program/Provider that has met all the requirements for renewal.
(d) A Programs/Provider that fails to submit a complete
renewal application and pay the renewal fee before the Program’s/Provider’s
expiration date will no longer hold a current certification to provide
the applicable educational program. The Program/Provider must reapply
and submit an initial Program application and fee as required under §90.31
to obtain certification as an approved Offender Education Program/Provider.
(e) The Offender Education Provider may not offer,
provide or operate an Offender Education Program with an expired Program/Provider
(f) If a Program/Provider certification expires, then
any branch site certifications to the Program/Provider headquarters
also expire. Offender Education Programs may not be operated at branch
sites if the Program/Provider certification for the headquarters has