Nev. Admin. Code § 483.777 - Course materials; guest speakers

1. All materials for a course, including, without limitation, the syllabus, an outline, a handout, an audiovisual aid, an examination and other related course materials to be used by students must:
(a) Be adequate and accurately cover the subject matter;
(b) Be relevant, current, understandable and consistent with the goals and objectives of the course;
(c) Be effective and suitable in approach, delivery and methodology;
(d) If the school uses the materials in a course on traffic safety or a course on the abuse of alcohol and controlled substances, be consistent with the intent and purposes of NRS 483.475 or 484C.400, respectively; and
(e) Be submitted to the Department for approval before their use in any course, including a course provided by correspondence or an interactive course that uses communications technology. All materials for a course, whether written or audio or visual, must relate directly to the syllabus of the course.
2. An instructor of a course may use:
(a) Audio and visual aids;
(b) Motion pictures and printed materials if they relate directly to the curriculum; and
(c) Speakers who are guests.
3. The operator of a school must obtain the written approval of the Department before allowing a speaker who is a guest to present any part of the course. A presentation by an approved speaker who is a guest may be no more than one-half of any session of a class and no more than 1 1/2 hours of the total length of the course. The presentations of all speakers who are guests may not exceed 4 hours of the total time allotted for the entire course. A guest speaker need not be licensed as an instructor by the Department.
4. An applicant for approval of a guest as a speaker for a course must:
(a) Apply for and obtain written approval from the Department; and
(b) Provide the school with a written statement signed by the speaker acknowledging that he or she agrees to comply with the provisions of this chapter.


Nev. Admin. Code § 483.777
Added to NAC by Dep't of Motor Veh. & Pub. Safety, eff. 12-27-93; A 9-6-96; A by Dep't of Motor Veh. by R157-01, 8-27-2002-Substituted in revision for NAC 483.635

NRS 481.051, 483.725

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