to conduct an OEMS-approved training program for any classification set forth
19a-179-16 of these
regulations, a person must:
Deliver to OEMS at least thirty (30) days prior to the planned initiation of
the program a written application to conduct said training program on a form
prescribed by OEMS. Such application shall include, but is not limited to, the
(A) A list of teaching
facilities to be used, and of available teaching aids and supplies.
(B) A proposed list of instructors, assistant
instructors, and physician lecturers to be used during the course of the
(C) A statement of
compliance that the program meets the most recent National Standard Training
Curriculae, as approved by the United States Department of Transportation,
National Highway Safety Traffic Administration, for the appropriate
that there is a state-certified EMS-I responsible for all class
(3) Follow the training
manual developed by OEMS, as kept current and on file at OEMS, and made
available to the general public.
(4) Maintain complete financial and
administrative records for inspection by OEMS.
(b) OEMS shall approve or disapprove such
training program proposal applications and notify the appropriate regional
council within twenty (20) days of the delivery of the proposal to OEMS. Prior
to approval, OEMS shall consult with the regional EMS coordinator for his/her
recommendation. Where a regional EMS coordinator's recommendation is not
adopted, the OEMS will provide written comments to the regional EMS
To enroll in an
OEMS-approved training program for any classification set forth in Sec.
regulations as a student/trainee, an individual must apply to the person
conducting the program in a form and manner set forth by the OEMS. Applicants
who have not attained the age of eighteen shall submit with their application a
consent form, prescribed by OEMS, which had been signed by a legal