Nev. Admin. Code § 486.Sec. 16 - NEW
1. The Department may suspend, revoke or refuse to renew any license issued pursuant to section 13 of this regulation.if:
(a) The licensee:
(1) Is no longer certified in the administration of cardiopulmonary resuscitation and:
(I) Trained in the administration of first aid; or
(II) Certified in another area approved by the Administrator;
(2) Had a license suspended or revoked by the Department and not reissued or reinstated for any cause;
(3) Fails to attend any required training event sponsored by the Program unless the Department grants a waiver pursuant to subsection 2 of section 15 of this regulation.;
(4) Is convicted of:
(I) A felony in this State or any other jurisdiction;
(II) A crime involving fraud, deceptive trade practices, dishonesty or moral turpitude in this State or any other jurisdiction; or
(III) A sexual offense, as defined in NRS 179D.097, in this State or any other jurisdiction;
(5) Willfully fails to comply with any directive issued by the Department;
(6) Fails to cooperate with the Department in any investigation;
(7) Makes any changes to the course materials, curriculum or standards developed by the curriculum organization without written approval from the Department and the curriculum organization; or
(8) Issues a course completion card to a student who does not successfully complete a course of instruction in motorcycle education, including, without limitation, a student who completes a course that is different than the course indicated on the completion card.
(b) The Department determines that:
(1) The licensee knowingly made a false or misleading statement or concealed a material fact in connection with his or her application for the license;
(2) The licensee taught a course of instruction in motorcycle education when the licensee has consumed any alcohol or drug, except for a medication that does not affect his or her ability to teach the course;
(3) The licensee knowingly allowed a student who is not, in the determination of the licensee, reasonably physically or mentally capable of operating a motorcycle safely to participate in a course of instruction on motorcycle education;
(4) The licensee is no longer physically able to safely operate a motorcycle and train other persons in the operation of a motorcycle;
(5) The licensee willfully violated a rule of conduct set forth in section 18 of this regulation; or
(6) Suspending, revoking or refusing to renew the license of the applicant is in the best interest of the public.
2. The Department will suspend or revoke a license issued pursuant to section 13 if the licensee no longer meets the qualifications prescribed by NRS 486.375.
3. If the Department revokes the license of an instructor, the Department will not issue to that person a new license as an instructor for the Program until 1 year after the date on which the license was revoked.
4. For the purposes of this section, the failure of a licensee to comply with a directive of the Department shall be deemed to be willful if the licensee fails to comply with the directive within 10 days after the licensee's receipt of the directive.
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