5. Agency Inspector Course.
6. Agency Inspector Renewal Course.
(c) The training center director or designee shall ensure that the records for Commission-approved Basic Recruit, Advanced, and Specialized Training Program Courses are maintained within the a training school. Each course shall be subject to audit by Commission staff. Such records shall, at a minimum, include:
1. Course outline(s) or schedule(s).
2. Course(s) name and contact person.
3. Date(s) of course(s).
4. Full legal name of all attending students.
5. Test scores when tests are used. Test materials shall be made available for review by Commission staff upon request.
6. The number of course electives for all courses delivered using Commission-approved Specialized Goals and Objectives.
7. Applicable proficiency checklists checklist and performance reports.
8. List of course instructor(s) to include full name and Commission instructor certification expiration date, or completion of Instructor Exemption, form CJSTC-82, revised November 8, 2007, hereby incorporated by reference, if applicable.
9. Student attendance records.
10. Completed Training Report form CJSTC-67.
11. Form CJSTC-67A for Basic recruit Training Programs pursuant to subsection 11B-35.001(15), F.A.C.
12.11. For Basic Recruit Training Programs, proof of compliance with Sections 943.14(7) and 943.17(1)(g), F.S., and subsection 11B-35.0011(2), F.A.C., includes a completed Physical Fitness Assessment, form CJSTC-75B, created November 8, 2007, hereby incorporated by reference.
12. A training school re-examination policy and documented justification for each student re-examination administered.
14.13. A list of expenditures from the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Trust Fund Officer Training Monies for Commission-approved Advanced and Specialized Training Program Courses when Officer Training Monies are used to fund the course.
(12)(11) Student attendance requirements for Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Programs outlined in paragraphs 11B-35.002(1)(a) – (p), F.A.C., Specialized Training Programs outlined in subsection 11B-35.007(1), F.A.C., and Advanced Training Program Courses outlined in subsection 11B-35.006(1)(b)(2), F.A.C.
(a) The training center director or designee shall maintain daily student attendance records for each training course. A training school shall have a written copy of its attendance policy available for review by students and Commission staff.
(b) Each student shall attend all sessions of a training course except for absences approved by the training center director. The training center director shall maintain in the student’s file at the training school, documentation specifying the reason for excused absence(s). Students shall be responsible for class work missed during absences. The training center director shall determine the content and quantity of makeup work. Makeup work required of a student shall be maintained in the student’s file at the training school.
(c) The Commission has approved the delivery of High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Courses and CMS Instructor Transition Courses as “competency-based” instruction. Competency-based instruction is defined as “curriculum that uses specific objectives and performance-based learning to achieve performance standards, in lieu of established contact hours.”
(12) Student Re-examination Policy for Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program Courses.
(a) A student shall achieve a passing score, pursuant to subsection 11B-35.001(7), F.A.C., on all end-of-course examinations in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program to successfully complete a program. A student who has failed a cognitive end-of-course examination may be granted a re-examination by the training center director if:
1. – 3. No change.
(b) Exclusive of the Commission’s high-liability training courses and re-examinations in paragraph (13)(12)(a) of this rule section, a student may be granted one course cognitive re-examination during a single Basic Recruit Training Program. Students, who have failed to successfully demonstrate the required cognitive knowledge after a second attempt, shall be deemed to have failed the course.
(c) No change.
(14)(13) Student re-examination policy for Commission-approved Advanced and Specialized Training Program Courses. A student who has failed a cognitive end-of-course examination in a Commission-approved Advanced or Specialized Training Program Course may be granted a re-examination of the course by the training center director as set forth in paragraph (13)(12)(a) of this rule section. Each training school shall develop its own administrative procedures