(A) The executive director, with the advice and counsel of the committee, shall issue a certificate to teach a fire training program to an applicant who meets the following requirements:
(1) The applicant submits a completed application on a form prescribed by the executive director;
(2) The applicant completed a fire instructor training program in another state, branch of the U.S. military, or other fire training program approved by the executive director that has training standards that equal to or the same as those in this chapter and has successfully completed a structured training program that required the student to pass one or more written and practical examinations that test knowledge, skills, and ability to provide firefighter services;
(3) The course of instruction is similar to the curriculum requirements set forth in this chapter the individual may receive credit for the fifty hours of classroom instruction required in rule 4765-11-15 of the Administrative Code;
(4) The individual successfully completes ten hours of supervised teaching as specified in rule 4765-11-16 of the Administrative Code;
(5) The individual successfully completes the eight hour curriculum module of instruction specific to the fire training as specified in rule 4765-11-16 of the Administrative Code;
(6) The individual is in compliance with the requirements set forth in paragraphs (A)(5) to (A)(6) of rule 4765-20-02 of the Administrative Code.
(B) An applicant who possesses a certificate from the international fire service accreditation congress or national board on professional qualifications for NFPA standard 1041 fire instructor II is required to complete paragraphs (A)(5) to (A)(6) of this rule if the training requires the student to pass one or more written and practical examination.