Nev. Admin. Code § 489.626 - Application for approval of sponsor, instructor or course: Contents; action by Administrator

Current through March 28, 2022

1. An application for approval of a sponsor, instructor or course must include:
(a) The name and address of the person, business, school or organization offering the course;
(b) The type of business, school or organization;
(c) The name of the owner of the business, school or organization and the name and address of each director, principal, officer and any other person who has a financial interest in that business, school or organization;
(d) The name and resume of the instructor of the course;
(e) An outline of the course;
(f) The amount of time allocated for each subject included in the course;
(g) The title, author and publisher of each textbook, if any, required for the course;
(h) A copy of the form that will be used to evaluate the course upon its conclusion;
(i) A statement of:
(1) The purpose of the course;
(2) The fee for the course;
(3) The number of examinations, if any;
(4) The grading system, if any, including the method of testing and standards of grading;
(5) The requirements for attendance; and
(6) The location where records of the students will be maintained; and
(j) A copy of each examination, if any, for the course and the correct answer for each question.
2. The Administrator will, within 30 days after receiving an application, approve or deny it and give written notice of his or her decision to the applicant by certified mail. If the application is approved, the Administrator will include in the written notice an identification number for the course.


Nev. Admin. Code § 489.626
Added to NAC by Mfd. Housing Div., eff. 3-26-93; A 11-12-97

NRS 489.231, 489.285

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