204 Pa. Code § 404 - Approval of Courses or Activities Conducted by Non-Accredited Providers

Current through Register Vol. 52, No. 16, April 16, 2022

(a) A provider of CJE courses or activities which has not been certified as an accredited provider under these rules may apply for accreditation of a single CJE course or activity on a form provided by the Board. The Board may require submission of a detailed description of the provider, the course or activity, the materials, and the lectures. All courses or activities must be consistent with the provisions of these rules and subject to the following:
(1) Individual Approval Required. Each CJE course or activity conducted by a provider which has not been accredited by the Board must be approved by the Board for credit.
(2) Requests for Approval. A judge or provider should request Board approval for CJE courses or activities conducted by a non-accredited provider at least sixty (60) days prior to the course, but in all events a judge or provider must request such approval no more than thirty (30) days after completing the course or activity in order for the request to be considered.
(3) Additional Information. Upon request by the Board, additional information shall be provided concerning the provider, the course or activity, and any information describing the course or activity, the qualifications of anticipated presenters, the method or manner of presentation of materials, and, if requested, a set of the materials.
(4) If a course or activity does not bear entirely on judicial ethics and/or judicial practice, or the method of presenting the course or activity is below minimum standards, the Board may determine that such course or activity is entitled to no credit or may assign such partial credit as it deems appropriate.
(b) Representation that the course or activity has been accredited is prohibited unless prior written approval is granted by the Board.


204 Pa. Code § 404
Adopted by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 50, No. 10. March 7, 2020, effective 3/7/2020

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