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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 §90.25Instructor License Term; Renewals

(a) An instructor license is valid for a two-year period beginning on the date of issuance of the initial license and may be renewed biennially. Each endorsement attached to the license will have the same term as the license.

(b) To renew an instructor license, the instructor must:

  (1) submit a completed renewal application on a form prescribed by the department;

  (2) complete the continuing education requirements for the specific court-ordered program curriculum specified under §90.26;

  (3) comply with the continuing education audit process described under §90.27, if selected for an audit;

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

  (5) submit the instructor license renewal fee under §90.80.

(c) The department will issue a renewal license to an instructor meeting all the requirements for renewal.

(d) A person who fails to complete the renewal requirements before the instructor license expires will no longer hold a current license and may not instruct any court-ordered program. A person whose instructor license has expired may late renew the license in accordance with the procedures set out under §60.83.

(e) A person may not instruct any court-ordered program with an expired instructor license.

(f) The endorsement for the specific court-ordered program is attached to the license and will be renewed as part of a successful renewal of the license.


Source Note: The provisions of this §90.25 adopted to be effective September 1, 2022, 47 TexReg 5101

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