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11B-35.001 General Training Programs; Requirements and Specifications.

(1) No change.

(a) No change.

(2) No change.

(a) – (d) No change.

(3) Instructors who teach Commission-approved Basic Recruit, Advanced, and Specialized Training Program Courses at a training school shall:

(a) Be a Commission-certified General Instructor pursuant to subsection 11B-20.001(3), F.A.C., or be exempt from certification pursuant to subsection 11B-20.001(4), F.A.C.

(b) Be required to hold additional certifications for specified areas of instruction in Commission courses pursuant to Rule 11B-20.0014, F.A.C.

(c) Hold a CMS designated certification to teach CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program Courses, CMS Instructor Courses, and CMS Instructor Transition Courses.  Instructors, who teach the dart-firing stun gun component of a Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program, are exempt from the CMS General Instructor Certification or the Traditional General Instructor Certification, and shall have their qualifications documented on the Instructor Exemption form CJSTC-82, revised August 3, 2006, hereby incorporated by reference, and maintained in the class file.

(4) Commission-approved training Basic Recruit, Advanced, and Specialized Training Program Courses shall be made available to the following:

(a) – (c) No change.

(5)(d) The training center director shall provide to each student a paper copy of the Commission’s currently approved Basic Recruit Training Curriculum applicable to the student’s enrollment prior to or at the beginning of the program. , the Commission’s approved Basic Recruit Training Curriculum applicable to the student’s enrollment.  This material is to be provided prior to or during the time that the student is enrolled in a given course.

(6) For the Florida CMS Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program, Cross-Over Programs to Florida CMS Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program, and CMS Law Enforcement Auxiliary Prerequisite Course effective April 1, 2008, the training center director shall:

(a) Ensure that each student is taught from and has printed class materials to include the current copy of the curriculum, Florida Statutes, Florida handbook on jury instructions, and CJSTC Course Summary.  These materials are to be provided prior to or at the start of the program.

(b) Conduct student role-play practicums, as required in the curriculum, and report the results on a Role-Play Practicum Check Sheet, form CJSTC-3, created November 8, 2007, hereby incorporated by reference.  This form shall be completed by an instructor and maintained in the student or course file at the training school.  

(7)(5) Training center directors shall ensure that instructors are delivering the current Commission-approved training programs in compliance with Commission rules.  the Commission’s CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program is delivered in compliance with Commission rules and delivery guidelines provided in the Curriculum.

(8)(6) Training curricula and delivery requirements shall be maintained for Commission-approved Basic Recruit, Advanced, and Specialized Training Programs within the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice Professionalism Program.

(9)(7) Student academic performance in courses.

(a) Each training center director training school shall make available to its students and Commission staff a written copy of its performance standards.

(b) A student enrolled in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program shall achieve a score of no less than 80% on each of the cognitive end-of-course examinations, exclusive of demonstration of proficiency skills in the High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Courses.  A student enrolled in a Commission-approved Advanced or Specified Specialized Training Program Course shall achieve a score of no less than 75% on the cognitive end-of-course examination, exclusive of demonstration of proficiency skills.  

(c) The training center director or designee is responsible for the development, maintenance, and administration of comprehensive end-of-course examinations.  The training center director is authorized to develop, maintain, and administer additional academic tests for courses and is not limited to only the utilization of a comprehensive end-of-course examination.  Training schools shall maintain examinations for Commission-approved Basic Recruit, Advanced, and Specified Specialized Training Program Courses in compliance with the administration, confidentiality, and security requirements of subsections 11B-35.0085(2) – (5), F.A.C.  

(d) Specialized Instructor Training Courses outlined in subsection 11B-35.007(3), F.A.C., and the following Specified Specialized Training Program Courses require requiring an end-of-course examination are:

1. Specialized Instructor Training Courses outlined in subsection 11B-35.007(3), F.A.C.

Course Number

Course Title

Course Hours

1. 2.

1112

Canine Team Training Course

400

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