[Comment: For dates and availability of material incorporated by reference in this rule, see paragraph (CC) in rule 4765-11-01 of the Administrative Code.]
(A) An instructor shall not discriminate in the provision of firefighter, fire safety inspector or instructor training courses on the basis of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin.
(C) An instructor shall provide instruction in accordance with the policy and procedures established by the chartered program by which the instructor is employed or affiliated.
(D) An instructor shall not provide instruction in any course that is above the level of the instructor's certificate of firefighter or instructor.
(E) An instructor shall not evaluate practical skill examinations unless the instructor has successfully completed the "Practical Skills Evaluator Training Course."
(F) An instructor shall not be permitted to evaluate practical skill examinations that are above the level of the instructor's firefighter or fire safety inspector certificate.
(G) An instructor shall not misrepresent the instructor's professional qualifications or credentials.
(H) An instructor shall not commit fraud, misrepresentation, or deception in conducting a firefighter, fire safety inspector or instructor training course.
(I) An instructor shall not commit fraud, misrepresentation, or deception in order to obtain a fire certificate to teach.
(J) An instructor shall accurately document, upon request of the division and within the time parameters set forth by the executive director, all requirements for renewal of the instructor's certificate to teach in accordance with Chapter 4765-21 of the Administrative Code and rule 4765-20-22 of the Administrative Code, as applicable.
(K) An instructor shall maintain a current certificate of fire service training.
(L) An instructor shall obtain prior approval from a chartered program, prior to teaching any courses under the auspices of the chartered program.
(M) An instructor shall surrender all documentation of course files to the sponsoring chartered program no later than ninety days after the final day of the course.
(N) An instructor shall not aid, assist or help any student gain an unfair advantage on any portions of a fire service training course or on any examinations.
(O) An instructor shall not proctor or be present during the state written examinations unless the individual is sitting for the examination as part of the course requirements.