(A) A certificate to teach as an assistant EMS instructor will expire on its expiration date if the applicant fails to either renew such certificate or request an extension prior to the expiration date, as provided in this chapter.
(B) The board may reinstate a certificate to teach as an assistant EMS instructor that has expired, or become invalid due to a voluntary surrender, for no more than six months as follows:
(1) Submits a completed application as approved by the board;
(2) Submits an application fee of seventy-five dollars;
(3) Meets all qualifications for a certificate to teach as outlined in rule 4765-18-18 of the Administrative Code and this chapter;
(4) Is in compliance with the requirements for a certificate to practice as set forth in paragraphs (A)(6) to (A)(12) of rule 4765-8-01 of the Administrative Code
(5) Has previously held a certificate to teach as a assistant EMS instructor, and such certificate was in good standing at the time the certificate expired;
(6) Provides the division with documentation of successful completion of the renewal requirements set forth in paragraphs (A)(5) to (A)(6) of rule 4765-18-19 of the Administrative Code for the last certification cycle. If the applicant has not completed the continuing education requirements, the applicant must complete all requirements prior to submitting an application. The applicant shall complete the sixteen hours of instruction at an accredited or approved institution under the supervision of an EMS instructor.
(C) If a certificate to teach as an assistant EMS instructor has been expired, or become invalid due to voluntary surrender, for more than six months, the applicant must meet all the requirements for a certificate to teach as an assistant EMS instructor outlined in rule 4765-18-18 of the Administrative Code.
(D) If the individual previously held a certificate to teach as an assistant EMS instructor in the proceeding two years, the applicant must utilize the reinstatement process set forth in this rule.