(A) Those persons set out in paragraph (F) of rule 109:2-9-01 of the Administrative Code shall complete the training for their job functions as prescribed in rule 5120:1-8-18 of the Administrative Code and any other training required by the executive director.
(B) Those persons set out in paragraph (G) of rule 109:2-9-01 of the Administrative Code shall complete the training for their job functions as prescribed in rule 5120:1-8-18 of the Administrative Code.
(C) It shall be clearly understood that the corrections training described in this chapter is designed as a minimum program. The commander is encouraged to exceed the minimum requirements wherever possible and appropriate.
(D) Instruction in such matters as departmental rules and regulations and personnel policies and procedures shall not be considered part of the commission-approved corrections basic training school.
(E) The executive director shall specify topics, student performance objectives, and minimum hours of training to meet the training required for correctional officers/jail staff in rule 5120:1-8-18 of the Administrative Code. The executive director may require topics, student performance objectives and minimum hours of training in addition to that training required for correctional officers/jail staff in rule 5120:1-8-18 of the Administrative Code. The executive director may provide lesson plans to meet the above described training.
(F) The minimum required curriculum shall include training in the following units:
(3) Jail security
(4) Human relations
(5) Special inmate needs
(6) Technical skills
(G) It is understood that the units, topics, hours, and student performance objectives recommended by the Ohio peace officer training commission and approved by the attorney general are established as a mandatory minimum for obtaining a certificate of completion. Schools, school commanders, and instructors are encouraged to exceed the minimums as they deem appropriate.
Reasonable latitude shall be granted to instructors to deliver the material in a manner deemed most effective and to permit the use of instructional methods and material deemed to be the most appropriate and useful, provided the approved material is covered in its entirety.