Nev. Admin. Code § 489.630 - Criteria for approval of course

Current through March 28, 2022

The Administrator will consider, without limitation, the following criteria in determining whether to approve a course:

1. Whether the course consists of at least 4 hours of instruction.
2. The willingness of the sponsor or instructor of the course to certify to the attendance of persons at the course.
3. The willingness of the sponsor or instructor of the course to maintain for 5 years a record of attendance which contains:
(a) The name, address and number of the student's license issued by the Division;
(b) The name of the instructor of the course;
(c) The title and description of the course; and
(d) The hours of instruction attended and dates of attendance.
4. The willingness of the sponsor of the course to ensure that an approved instructor will preside throughout the course.
5. If the course is offered by correspondence or videotape, whether the sponsor will:
(a) Administer an open-book final examination;
(b) Administer at least one examination or evaluation during the course in addition to the final examination; and
(c) Establish a policy for retaking an examination which a student fails.
6. If a course is presented by videotape, whether the sponsor will provide an instructor approved by the Administrator at the place where the course is offered.
7. If the sponsor or instructor of the course is licensed by the Division, whether his or her license is in good standing, as determined by the Administrator.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 489.630
Added to NAC by Mfd. Housing Div., eff. 3-26-93; A 11-12-97

NRS 489.231, 489.285

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