37 Tex. Admin. Code § 215.10 - Course Instructor Requirements

(a) An instructor teaching a course must:
(1) hold a valid instructor license;
(2) certificate; or
(3) be designated, in writing, as a subject matter expert in the course by the training coordinator.
(b) The instructor is responsible for:
(1) ensuring compliance with commission rules and guidelines;
(2) preparing, maintaining, and submitting the reports of training within the time frame specified by the Training Coordinator;
(3) the administration and conduct of each course taught;
(4) at a minimum, providing a complete lesson plan, clear learning objectives, instructor biography, approved class roster and original sign-in sheet, and course evaluation to the training coordinator for the training file;
(5) enforcing all attendance and other standards set by the commission or the training advisory board;
(6) maintaining the discipline and demeanor of each student during class;
(7) distributing or presenting learning objectives to all students at the beginning of each course;
(8) ensuring that all learning objectives are taught; and
(9) ensuring examinations are proctored or supervised to have fair, honest results.
(c) The effective date of this section is May 1, 2017.


37 Tex. Admin. Code § 215.10
Adopted by Texas Register, Volume 42, Number 13, March 31, 2017, TexReg 1777, eff. 4/6/2017

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