Nev. Admin. Code § 486.Sec. 13 - NEW
1. Each applicant for licensure as an instructor for the Program must provide to the Department in the form prescribed by the Department:
(a) Proof acceptable to the Department that the applicant meets the qualifications for licensure prescribed in NRS 486.375;
(b) The applicant's:
(1) Full legal name;
(2) Date of birth;
(3) Motorcycle driver's license number or number of his or her driver's license that has a motorcycle endorsement; and
(4) Address of principal residence;
(c) A copy of the driving record of the applicant for the 10 years immediately preceding the date on which he or she submits the application;
(d) A signed document attesting that the applicant will comply with the rules of conduct set forth in section 18;
(e) Proof acceptable to the Department that the applicant is certified in the administration of cardiopulmonary resuscitation and:
(1) Trained in the administration of first aid; or
(2) Certified in another area approved by the Administrator;
(f) Proof acceptable to the Department that the applicant is physically able to safely operate a motorcycle and train others in the operation of a motorcycle;
(g) Written consent authorizing the Department to conduct a background investigation of the applicant to verify compliance with the requirements prescribed in NRS 486.375; and
(h) Any other information concerning the applicant that the Department considers necessary to determine whether the applicant is qualified for licensure.
2. If the Department determines it is in the best interest of the State, a representative of the Department may interview an applicant to evaluate his or her knowledge, skill, ability and fitness to receive a license as an instructor for the Program.
3. The Department may deny an application for a license as an instructor for the Program:
(a) If the applicant is convicted of: (1) A felony in this State or any other jurisdiction;
(2) A crime involving fraud, deceptive trade practices, dishonesty or moral turpitude in this State or any other jurisdiction; or
(3) A sexual offense, as defined in NRS 179D.097, in this State or any other jurisdiction.
(b) For any other reason that the Department determines is in the best interest of the State.
4. If the Department determines that an application for licensure as an instructor for the Program is incomplete, the Department will notify the applicant that the application is incomplete and authorize the applicant to submit any information or documentation required to complete the application. An applicant must submit any information or documentation required to complete the application within 14 calendar days after receipt of such notice.
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