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Specific Authority 943.03(4), 943.12(1), 943.14(3) FS.  Law Implemented 943.12(3), (9), 943.14(3) FS.  History–New 7-29-01, Amended 11-5-02, 11-30-04, 3-21-07,.

11B-20.0014 Minimum Requirements for High-Liability and Specialized Topics Instructor Certification.

(1) High-Liability and Specialized Topics Instructor Certification.  Instructor applicants shall comply with the following requirements for certification:

(a) Possess a Traditional General Instructor Certification or be eligible for General Instructor Certification and apply for General Instructor Certification at the same time the applicant is requesting certification in the high-liability topic.  Multiple topics may be applied for at the same time.  CMS General Instructor Certification, or have successfully completed the Traditional Instructor Techniques Course, or CMS Instructor Techniques Course, or have on file at the training school a completed Instructor Exemption form CJSTC-82.  General, High-Liability, and Specialized Topics Instructor Certifications may be applied for at the same time.

(b) Complete three years work experience as a certified criminal justice officer or three years experience in the topic of instruction for which certification is sought and meet any specific requirements set forth in subsection 11B-20.0014(3), F.A.C.  The instructor applicant shall document his or her instructor qualifications based on training, education, experience, or professional credentials, and proficiency skill standards suitable to the topic of instruction for which certification is sought.  The training center director or agency administrator accepting the instructor’s application for certification, shall review and maintain all documentation in the instructor’s file.

(c) Complete The instructor applicant shall successfully complete the instructor training requirements set forth in subsection (2) or (3) of this rule section, for High-Liability Instructor Topics and Specialized Topics Instructor Certifications, for which the instructor applicant is requesting certification.  The High-Liability Training Courses and requirements are outlined in Rule 11B-35.0024, F.A.C.  

(d) Be evaluated by his or her students.  Student evaluation shall be reviewed with the instructor applicant by a training center director, agency administrator, or an instructor designated by the training center director or agency administrator and documented on the Instructor Competency Checklist form CJSTC-81.  

(e) Complete the Instructor Certification Application form CJSTC-71 and attach all documents prior to submitting the application for approval.  

(f)(2) High-Liability Instructor Certifications.  Instructor applicants, who apply for a High-Liability Instructor Certification, shall have completed the applicable High-Liability Instructor Course within four years of the date the instructor applicant applies for certification.  Instructor applicants, who apply for a High-Liability Instructor Certification more than four years from the date training was completed, shall complete an internship and demonstrate the proficiency skills applicable to the high-liability topic.  Instructor applicants shall meet the following requirements for High-Liability Instructor Certification for each topic requested.  

(2) High-Liability Instructor Topics.

(a) Traditional Vehicle Operations Instructor Certification.  Instructor applicants who request to obtain certification to instruct vehicle operations topics shall:

1. Comply with the requirements for Traditional General Instructor Certification pursuant to subsection paragraph 11B-20.001(3)(a), F.A.C., unless the applicant is exempt from Traditional General Instructor Certification pursuant to subsection 11B-20.001(4), F.A.C.; and

2. Have successfully completed the Vehicle Operations Instructor Course (retired 6/30/04) through a training school the Vehicle Operations Instructor Course (retired 6/30/04) or CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Course; and

3. Have successfully completed a high-liability internship documented on the Instructor Competency Checklist form CJSTC-81 that is supervised by a certified vehicle operations instructor.  the training center director, agency administrator, or designee, which has been documented on the High-Liability Internship, form CJSTC-81A, revised May 6, 2004, hereby incorporated by reference.

(b) CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Certification.  Instructor applicants who request to obtain certification to instruct vehicle operations topics in Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Programs, the CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Course, and CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Transition Course, shall comply with the requirements for CMS General Instructor Certification pursuant to paragraph 11B-20.001(3)(b), F.A.C., and successfully complete one of the following training courses through a training school.:

1. Instructor applicants who are Traditional Vehicle Operations Instructors shall complete the CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Transition Course.

2. Instructor applicants who are not Traditional Vehicle Operations Instructors shall complete the CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Course and complete a high-liability internship supervised by the training center director, agency administrator, or designee, which has been documented on form CJSTC-81A.  

(b)(c) Traditional Firearms Instructor Certification.  Instructor applicants who request to obtain certification to instruct firearms topics shall:

1. Comply with the requirements for Traditional General Instructor Certification pursuant to subsection paragraph 11B-20.001(3)(a), F.A.C., unless the applicant is exempt from Traditional General Instructor Certification pursuant to subsection 11B-20.001(4), F.A.C.; and

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