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Section 4742.06 | Certifying career college and school courses.

 

(A) A person may obtain certification as an emergency service telecommunicator by successfully completing a basic course of emergency service telecommunicator training that is conducted by a career school that has obtained certification of that course from the state board of education under section 4742.05 of the Revised Code. If a person successfully completes the course, the career school shall certify the person's successful completion.

(B) A person may maintain certification as an emergency service telecommunicator by successfully completing continuing education coursework in emergency service telecommunicator training that is conducted by a career school that has obtained certification of that coursework from the state board of education under section 4742.05 of the Revised Code. If a person successfully completes the coursework, the career school shall certify the person's successful completion.

(C) Upon certification of a person's successful completion under division (A) or (B) of this section, the career school shall send a copy of the certification to the person and to the emergency service provider that employs the person.

(D) Tuition and materials costs for a person enrolled in a certified basic or continuing education course conducted by a career school shall be paid by the person, an emergency service provider, or any other entity on behalf of the person or an emergency service provider.

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