Haw. Code R. § 16-99-119 - Review, evaluation, and investigation
Current through February, 2022
With or without the giving of any prior notice, the commission may conduct a review, evaluation, or investigation of an application for continuing education course certification or continuing education provider registration. With or without any prior notice, the commission may conduct a review, evaluation, or investigation of a course offering or a registered continuing education provider's operations and performance. A review, evaluation, or investigation may be conducted by any means including but not limited to surveys, observations, physical inspections, and on-site monitoring, as well as interviews with providers, owners, administrators, instructors, and students. When the commission has reason to believe that a continuing education provider may be in violation of this subchapter or is otherwise failing to maintain reasonable operating standards, the commission may give appropriate written notice to the provider specifying the grounds for the violation and requiring that corrective action be taken by the provider within thirty days of the receipt of the notice. The provider may request a hearing of the alleged violations and requested corrective acts pursuant to chapter 91, HRS, and chapter 16-201.
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