69A-37.065. Programs of Study and Vocational Courses  


Effective on Thursday, May 18, 2017
  • 1The following programs of study are developed and revised by the Florida State Fire College, pursuant to Sections 19633.128 20and 21633.216, F.S.23:

    24(1) Pump Operator Program. This program is intended to prepare students for service as fire department driver-engineers or equivalent positions.

    44(a) Length of Program. This program consists of not less than two courses, vocational or academic, of at least 90 hours of classroom instruction or the equivalent of interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    84(b) Content of Program. The program includes coursework in hydraulics for the fire service and fire apparatus pumping operations.

    103(c) Instructor Qualifications.

    1061. An Instructor I shall hold a state certificate of competency for Pump Operator.

    1202. An Instructor II or III may teach providing he or she has successfully completed the course.

    137(d) A Pump Operator Certificate of Competency may be awarded to a person who has satisfactorily complied with the following requirements:

    1581. Successful completion of all required course work.

    1662. Passing a state examination with a score of 70% or higher.

    1783. Submission of the required application (Form DFS-K4-1457), which is incorporated by reference in paragraph 19369A-37.039(2)(u), 194F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 20369A-37.039(1), 204F.A.C., with all supporting documentation and fees, to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    219(2) Fire Officer Program. This is an advanced training and certification program designed for firefighters having supervisory and management responsibilities. This program is based on the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1021, Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications. This program is intended to prepare students for service as fire department company and chief officers at four progressive levels of competency. The applicant may provide proof of equivalent education and training approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training and meeting the criteria outlined under this subsection (2).

    307(a) Fire Officer I Certification. The Division shall issue a Fire Officer I Certificate of Competency to a firefighter who meets the program requirements of paragraph (2)(a), and the qualifications for Fire Officer I set forth by the Division in Form DFS-K4-2106, “Fire Officer I Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 36269A-37.039(2), 363F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 37269A-37.039(1), 373F.A.C.

    3741. Program Requirements. To qualify for certification, a candidate must complete the prerequisite course titled “Courage to be Safe” or a course determined by the Division to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 180 hours of training. Each course shall be no less than 45-hours in duration. This program shall consist of the following courses or those of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    449a. Company Officer.

    452b. Fire Service Course Delivery.

    457c. Building Construction for the Fire Service.

    464d. Firefighting Tactics and Strategy I.

    4702. Approved Courses. Courses under paragraph (2)(a), must be approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training within the Division and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. Approved courses are delivered by the Division, or

    507a. A provider whose course is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System, or

    525b. The United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    536c. A regionally accredited or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 55069A-37.084(5) 551and (6), F.A.C., or

    555d. A provider whose course is recognized by the Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education program, or

    572e. A provider whose course is determined by the Division to be equivalent to the Statewide Course Numbering System or Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education course.

    5993. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this paragraph (a), must be qualified by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training within the Division. Qualified instructors are:

    627a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    655b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    674c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    694d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 71269A-37.059(4), 713F.A.C., or

    715e. Instructors who hold an active Fire Officer II Certification issued by the Division after November 18, 2013, and an active Instructor II Certification issued by the Division.

    743f. Instructors who hold an active Firesafety Inspector I, Firesafety Inspector II, or Fire Code Administrator Certification issued by the Division and an active Instructor II Certification issued by the Division may teach the course “Building Construction for the Fire Service.”

    7844. Requirements for Certificate of Competency. To be eligible to receive a Fire Officer I Certificate of Competency, the applicant shall:

    805a. Successfully complete all required course work; and,

    813b. Pass the Fire Officer I state examination with a score of 70% or higher; and,

    829c. Possess an active Firefighter Certificate of Compliance issued by the Division or have met the curriculum requirements for Firefighter Part I as defined in subsection 85569A-37.055(1), 856F.A.C.; and,

    858d. Submit the required Form DFS-K4-1447, “Application for Fire Officer I Certification,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 87869A-37.039(2), 879F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 88869A-37.039(1), 889F.A.C., with all supporting documentation and fees, to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training; and,

    905e. Submit the required Form DFS-K4-2106, “Fire Officer I Task Book,” to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    925(b) Fire Officer II Certification. The Division shall issue a Fire Officer II Certificate of Competency to a firefighter who meets the program requirements of paragraph (2)(b), and the qualifications for Fire Officer II set forth by the Division in Form DFS-K4-2107, “Fire Officer II Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 98069A-37.039(2), 981F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 99069A-37.039(1), 991F.A.C.

    9921. Program Requirements. To qualify for certification, a candidate must complete the prerequisite courses titled “ICS-300: Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents,” “Florida State-Wide Emergency Response Plan (SERP),” and “Courage to be Safe,” or courses determined by the Division to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 180 hours of training. Each course shall be no less than 45-hours in duration. This program shall consist of the following courses or those of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    1082a. Fire Service Course Design.

    1087b. Firefighting Tactics and Strategy II.

    1093c. Fire Prevention Practices.

    1097d. Private Fire Protection Systems I.

    11032. Approved Courses. Courses under paragraph (2)(b), must be approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training within the Division and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. Approved courses are delivered by the Division, or

    1140a. A provider whose course is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System, or

    1158b. The United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    1169c. A regionally accredited or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 118369A-37.084(5) 1184and (6), F.A.C.;

    1187d. A provider whose course is recognized by the Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education program, or

    1204e. A provider whose course is determined by the Division to be equivalent to the Statewide Course Numbering System or Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education course.

    12313. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under paragraph (2)(b), must be qualified by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training within the Division. Qualified instructors are:

    1258a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    1286b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    1305c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    1325d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 134369A-37.059(4), 1344F.A.C., or

    1346e. Instructors who hold an active Fire Officer II Certification issued by the Division after November 18, 2013, and an active Instructor II Certification issued by the Division.

    1374f. Instructors who hold an active Firesafety Inspector I, Firesafety Inspector II, or Fire Code Administrator Certification issued by the Division and an active Instructor II Certification issued by the Division may teach the courses “Fire Prevention Practices” and “Private Fire Protection Systems I.”

    14184. Requirements for Certificate of Competency. To be eligible to receive a Fire Officer II Certificate of Competency, the applicant shall:

    1439a. Successfully complete all required course work; and,

    1447b. Pass the Fire Officer II state examination with a score of 70% or higher; and,

    1463c. Possess an active Fire Officer I Certificate of Competency issued by the Division; and,

    1478d. Possess an active Firefighter Certificate of Compliance issued by the Division or have met the curriculum requirements for Firefighter Part I as defined in subsection 150469A-37.055(1), 1505F.A.C.; and,

    1507e. Submit the required Form DFS-K4-1448, “Application for Fire Officer II Certification,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 152769A-37.039(2), 1528F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 153769A-37.039(1), 1538F.A.C., with all supporting documentation and fees, to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training; and,

    1554f. Submit the required Form DFS-K4-2107, “Fire Officer II Task Book,” to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    1574(c) Fire Officer III Certification. The Division shall issue a Fire Officer III Certificate of Competency to a firefigher who meets the program requirements of paragraph (2)(c), and the qualifications for Fire Officer III set forth by the Division in Form DFS-K4-2108, “Fire Officer III Portfolio Workbook,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 162969A-37.039(2), 1630F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 163969A-37.039(1), 1640F.A.C.

    16411. Program Requirements. To qualify for certification, a candidate must complete the prerequisite courses titled “ICS-400: Advanced ICS Command and General Staff: Complex Incidents,” and “Courage to be Safe,” or courses determined by the Division to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 150 hours of training. This program shall consist of the following courses or those of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    1717a. Chief Officer (minimum 60 hours).

    1723b. Analytical Approaches in Public Fire Protection (minimum 45 hours).

    1733c. Legal and Ethical Issues for the Fire Service (minimum 45 hours).

    17452. Approved Courses. Courses under this paragraph (c), must be approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training within the Division and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. Approved courses are delivered by the Division, or

    1783a. A provider whose course is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System, or

    1801b. The United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    1812c. A regionally accredited or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 182669A-37.084(5) 1827and (6), F.A.C., or

    1831d. A provider whose course is 1837recognized by 1839the Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education program, or

    1848e. A provider whose course is determined by the Division to be equivalent to the Statewide Course Numbering System or Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education course.

    18753. Instructor Qualifications. 1878An instructor providing training under this paragraph (c), must be qualified by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training within the Division. Qualified instructors are:

    1903a. 1904Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    1931b. 1932Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United State Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    1950c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    1970d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 198869A-37.059(4), 1989F.A.C., or

    1991e. Instructors who hold an active Fire Officer III Certification issued by the Division after November 18, 2013, and an active Instructor III Certification issued by the Division.

    2019f. Instructors who hold an active Fire Code Administrator Certification issued by the Division and an active Instructor III Certification issued by the Division may teach the course “Analytical Approaches in Public Fire Protection.”

    20534. Requirements for Certificate of Competency. To be eligible to receive a Fire Officer III Certificate of Competency, the applicant shall:

    2074a. Have at least five years of full time equivalent experience working as a Florida Fire Officer; and,

    2092b. Successfully complete all required course work or demonstrate applicant’s educational experiences meet the objectives of the NFPA 1021 Fire Officer III Standard and the required program coursework objectives evidenced by documentation in Form DFS-K4-2108, “Fire Officer III Portfolio Workbook,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 214069A2141-37.039(2), F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 215169A2152-37.039(1), F.A.C.; and,

    2155c. Pass the Fire Officer III state examination with a score of 70% or higher; and,

    2171d. Possess an active Fire Officer I or II Certificate of Competency issued by the Division prior to November 18, 2013, or, possess an active Fire Officer II Certificate of Competency issued by the Division after November 18, 2013; and,

    2211e. Possess an active Instructor I Certificate of Competency issued by the Divison; and,

    2225f. Possess an active Firefighter Certificate of Compliance issued by the Division or have met the curriculum requirements for Firefighter Part I as defined in subsection 225169A-37.055(1), 2252F.A.C.; and,

    2254g. Submit the required Form DFS-K4-2104, “Application for Fire Officer III Certification,” with all supporting documentation and fees, to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    2281(d) Fire Officer IV Certification. The Division shall issue a Fire Officer IV Certificate of Competency to a firefighter who meets the program requirements of paragraph (2)(d), and the qualifications 2311for Fire Officer IV set forth 2317by the Division in Form DFS-K4-2109, “Fire Officer IV Portfolio Workbook,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 233669A-37.039(2), 2337F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 234669A-37.039(1), 2347F.A.C.

    23481. Program Requirements. 2351To qualify for certification, a candidate must complete the prerequisite course “Courage to be Safe,” or course determined by the Division to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 180 hours of training. Each course shall be no less than 45-hours in duration. This program shall consist of the following courses or those of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    2422a. Community Risk Reduction.

    2426b. Personnel Management for the Fire and Emergency Services.

    2435c. Strategic Planning.

    2438d. Either the course titled “Quantitative Analysis,” or the course titled “Capstone Project.”

    24522. Approved Courses. 2455Courses under this paragraph (d), must be approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training within the Division and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. Approved courses are delivered by the Division, or

    2490a. 2491A provider whose course is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System, or

    2508b. 2509The United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    2519c. A regionally accredited or nationally accredited college or university 2529as outlined in subsections 253369A-37.084(5) 2534and (6), F.A.C., 2537or

    2538d. A provider whose course is recognized by the Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education program, or

    2555e. A provider whose course is determined by the Division to be equivalent to the Statewide Course Numbering System or Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education course.

    25823. Instructor Qualifications. 2585An instructor providing training under this paragraph (d), must be qualified by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training within the Division. Qualified instructors are:

    2610a. 2611Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    2638b. 2639Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United State Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    2657c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    2677d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 269569A-37.059(4), 2696F.A.C., or

    2698e. Instructors who hold an active Fire Officer IV Certification issued by the Division after November 18, 2013, and an active Instructor III Certification issued by the Division.

    2726f. Instructors who hold an active Fire Code Administrator Certification issued by the Division and an active Instructor III Certification issued by the Division may teach the courses “Community Risk Reduction,” and “2760Personnel Management for the Fire and Emergency Services.”

    27684. Requirements for Certificate of Competency. To be eligible to receive a Fire Officer IV Certificate of Competency, the applicant shall:

    2789a. Have at least five years of full time equivalent experience working as a Florida Fire Officer; and,

    2807b. Successfully complete all required course work or demonstrate applicant’s educational experiences meet the objectives of the NFPA 1021 Fire Officer IV Standard and the required program coursework objectives evidenced by documentation in Form DFS-K4-2109, “Fire Officer IV Portfolio Workbook,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 285569A2856-37.039(2), F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 286669A2867-37.039(1), F.A.C.; and,

    2870c. Possess a certificate for Fire Officer III issued by the Divison; and,

    2883d. Possess an active Instructor I Certificate of Competency issued by the Division; and,

    2897e. Hold an active Firefighter Certificate of Compliance issued by the Division or have met the curriculum requirements for Firefighter Part I as defined in subsection 292369A-37.055(1), 2924F.A.C.; and,

    2926f. Submit the required Form DFS-K4-2105, “Application for Fire Officer IV Certification,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 294669A2947-37.039(2), F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 295769A2958-37.039(1), F.A.C., with all supporting documentation and fees, to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    2974(e) Courses submitted for equivalency under subparagraphs (2)(a)1., (b)1., (c)1. and (d)1., shall be reviewed by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training. The Bureau of Fire Standards and Training shall approve any course which meets the criteria provided in this paragraph (2)(e). Requests for approval shall be submitted in writing to the Bureau, 11655 North West Gainesville Road, Ocala, Florida 34482-1486. The following factors shall be used to determine course equivalency: course title, course grade or record of course completion, number of academic credits earned, course hours attended, course description, course syllabus, student learning outcomes, and course objectives. All requests for course equivalency shall include, at a minimum:

    30831. Name of course,

    30872. Passage scores and rates,

    30923. An educational agenda or 3097syllabus,

    30984. Required number of classroom hours,

    31045. Description of the course objectives, student learning outcomes, or job performance requirements covered.

    3118(3) Firesafety Inspector Program. This program is intended to prepare students for service as municipal fire inspectors or equivalent positions and consists of Firesafety Inspector I and Firesafety Inspector II.

    3148(a) Firesafety Inspector I.

    31521. Length of Program. This program consists of no fewer than five courses, vocational or academic, of not less than 200 clock-hours.

    31742. Content of Program. The program includes coursework in fire prevention practices, fire protection systems, fire codes and standards, building construction, and review of building plans.

    32003. Instructor Qualifications.

    3203a. An Instructor I must hold certification as a Firesafety Inspector I.

    3215b. Instructor II or III may teach provided he or she has successfully completed the course.

    32314. Requirements for certification:

    3235a. Successful completion of all required course work.

    3243b. Passing a state examination with a score of 70% or higher.

    3255c. Submission of the required application (Form DFS-K4-1023), which is incorporated by reference in subsection 327069A-37.039(2), 3271F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 328069A-37.039(1), 3281F.A.C., with all supporting documentation and fees, to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    3296(b) Firesafety Inspector II.

    33001. Length of Program. This program consists of no fewer than four courses, vocational or academic, of not less than 160 hours or the equivalent of interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    33382. Content of Program. The program includes coursework in fire chemistry, fire protection systems, origin and cause, and public education or public information.

    33613. Instructor Qualifications.

    3364a. An Instructor I must hold a certificate of competency as a Fire Safety Inspector II.

    3380b. Instructor II or III may teach provided he or she has successfully completed the course.

    33964. Requirements for certificate of competency:

    3402a. Successful completion of all required course work.

    3410b. Certification as a Fire Safety Inspector I.

    3418c. Submission of the required application (Form DFS-K4-1446), which is incorporated by reference in subsection 343369A-37.039(2), 3434F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 344369A-37.039(1), 3444F.A.C., with all supporting documentation and fees, to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    3459(4) Fire Investigator Program. 3463This is a voluntary advanced training program designed for certified firefighters, certified law enforcement officers, law enforcement crime scene technicians, and certified firesafety inspectors who have fire investigation responsibilities. For the purposes of this subsection (4), “law enforcement crime scene technician,” means a person who, as part of his or her job duties, reports to crime scenes to assist in the processing of evidence and who is employed to do such work by a governmental agency, or subunit thereof. A person claiming to be a law enforcement crime scene technician must include with the application for certification a statement from his or her direct supervisor confirming that he or she is employed as a law enforcement crime scene technician. This program is based on the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1033 “Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator.” 3602This program is intended to prepare individuals for service as fire investigators in the public sector.

    3618(a) Fire Investigator Certification for Individuals holding a Fire Investigator II Certification. For individuals holding a Fire Investigator II Certificate of Competency issued by the Division, the 3645Division shall issue a Fire Investigator Certificate of Competency if the applicant3657:

    36581. Is a certifed firefighter, certified law enforcement officer, law enforcement crime scene technician, or certified sworn or non-sworn firesafety inspector; and,

    36802. Submitted to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training a completed Form DFS-K4-2175, “Fire Investigator Portfolio,” or a completed Form DFS-K4-2171, “Fire Investigator Task Book,” both of which are incorporated by reference in subsection 371769A-37.039(2), 3718F.A.C., and can be obtained as specified in subsection 372769A-37.039(1), 3728F.A.C.; 3729and,

    37303. 3731Submitted a completed Form DFS-K4-1438, “Application for Fire Investigator Certification,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 374969A-37.039(2), 3750F.A.C., and can be obtained as specified in subsection 375969A-37.039(1), 3760F.A.C., with all 3763supporting documentation and fees, including the supervisor’s statement that he or she is employed as a law enforcement crime scene technician (if applicable), to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    3794(b) Fire Investigator Certification for All Others. For all other individuals, including those who hold a Fire Investigator I Certificate of Competency issued by the Division, the Division shall issue a Fire Investigator Certificate of Competency if the individual meets the requirements of this paragraph (4)(b).

    38401. Program Requirements. Each individual must satisfy program requirements. The program shall consist of no less than 360 hours of training, with each course being no less than 45 hours in duration. Unless courses of equivalent interactive instruction are approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training pursuant to paragraph (4)(c), below, the indidivual must complete each of the following courses:

    3902a. Fire Chemistry.

    3905b. Fire Origin and Cause.

    3910c. Fire Protection Systems.

    3914d. Building Construction.

    3917e. Latent Investigation.

    3920f. Arson Investigation.

    3923g. Post Blast Investigation.

    3927h. Legal Issues for Fire Investigators.

    39332. Approved Courses. 3936Courses under subparagraph (4)(b)1., must be approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training. Approved courses are delivered by the Division; a provider whose course is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System; the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy; a regionally accredited or nationally accredited college or university 3992as outlined in subsections 399669A-37.084(5) 3997and (6), F.A.C.; 4000a provider whose course is recognized by the Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education program; or a provider whose course is determined by the Division to be equivalent to the Statewide Course Numbering System or Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education course. 4042The courses “Latent Investigation,” “Arson Investigation,” “Fire Origin and Cause,” “Post Blast Investigation,” and “Legal Issues for Fire Investigators,” shall be taught in a traditional classroom delivery method. The courses “Fire Chemistry,” “Fire Protection Systems,” and “Building Construction,” may be taught by a provider using alternative delivery techniques, including online course delivery or blended learning. For each course, a provider shall:

    4111a. If taught by a provider other than the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training, obtain approval for the class offering from the Bureau 4135of Fire Standards and Training 4140prior to the first day of the course by submitting to the Bureau 4153of Fire Standards and Training 4158a completed Class Offering Request Form, DFS-K4-2167. This form is available at this link: https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_offering_app.asp, which is incorporated by reference in subsection 418069A-37.039(2), 4181F.A.C, or can be obtained as specified in subsection 419069A-37.039(1), 4191F.A.C.; and,

    4193b. Prepare a record of all students enrolled in the course prior to the first day of the course and submit to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training; and,

    4223c. Record a final grade for each student and submit to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training within 10 days after course completion.

    42473. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this paragraph (4)(b), must be qualified and approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training for each course. 4274All instructors shall submit an Instructor Approval Request Form, DFS-K4-2168, at the following link: https://floridastatefirecollege.org/public/pb_provider_app1.asp. This form is incorporated by reference in subsection 429769A-37.039(2), 4298F.A.C, and can be obtained 4303as specified 4305in subsection 430769A-37.039(1), 4308F.A.C. Approval by the Bureau 4313of Fire Standards and Training 4318is required prior to the first day of the course.

    4328a. Unless additional qualifications are required pursuant to sub-subparagraph (4)(b)3.c., for all courses listed under subparagraph (4)(b)1., qualified instructors are:

    4348(I) Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    4376(II) Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    4395(III) Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college as outlined in subsections 441869A-37.084(5) 4419and (6), F.A.C., or

    4423(IV) Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 444169A-37.059(4), 4442F.A.C., or

    4444(V) Instructors who hold an active Fire Investigator Certificate of Competency issued by the Division and an active Instructor III Certification issued by the Division, or

    4470(VI) Instructors who hold an active Fire Investigator II Certificate of Competency issued by the Division and an active Instructor III Certification issued by the Division (this instructor qualification expires on December 31, 2017).

    4504b. In regard to the courses “Fire Chemistry,” “Fire Origin and Cause,” “Fire Protection Systems,” and “Building Construction,” individuals who hold an active Fire Investigator I Certificate of Competency issued by the Division and an active Instructor III Certification issued by the Division shall be considered qualified instructors (this instructor qualification expires on December 31, 2017).

    4564c. Additional Requirements for Specific Courses.

    4570(I) Instructors teaching the course “Legal Issues for Fire Investigators,” shall, in addition to the requirements listed in sub-subparagraph (4)(b)3.a., possess a Bachelor of Laws degree or a Juris Doctor degree and be an active member in good standing of the Florida Bar.

    4614(II) Instructors teaching the course “Post Blast Investigation” shall, in addition to the requirements listed in sub-subparagraph (4)(b)3.a., be certified by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) or the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) as an Explosives Ordinance Disposal Technician, an Explosives Specialist, an Explosives Enforcement Officer, or a Special Agent Bomb Technician, or maintain a certification of the same title by a certifying body requiring qualifications equivalent to those required by the FBI or the ATF.

    46944. Requirements for Certificate of Competency. The Division shall issue a Fire Investigator Certificate of Competency if the applicant:

    4713a. Completed all courses required under subparagraph (4)(b)1. with a grade of 70% or higher in each; and,

    4731b. Passed the Fire Investigator state certification examination with a score of 70% or higher; and,

    4747c. Is a certifed firefighter, certified law enforcement officer, law enforcement crime scene techician, or certified sworn or non-sworn firesafety inspector; and,

    4769d. Submitted to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training a completed Form DFS-K4-2171, “Fire Investigator Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 479569A-37.039(2), 4796F.A.C., and can be obtained as specified in subsection 480569A-37.039(1), 4806F.A.C.; and,

    4808e. Submitted the required Form DFS-K4-1438, “Application for Fire Investigator Certification,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 482769A-37.039(2), 4828F.A.C., and can be obtained as specified in subsection 483769A-37.039(1), 4838F.A.C., with all supporting documentation and fees, including the supervisor’s statement that he or she is employed as a law enforcement crime scene technician (if applicable), to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    4872(c) Courses submitted for equivalency under subparagraph (4)(b)1., shall be reviewed by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training. Courses determined by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training to be of equivalent interactive instruction shall be approved as an alternate only after receipt of the documentation required by this paragraph (4)(c). Requests for approval shall be submitted in writing to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training, 11655 Northwest Gainesville Road, Ocala, Florida 34482-1486. All requests for course equivalency shall include, at a minimum:

    49571. Name of course,

    49612. Passage scores and rates,

    49663. An educational agenda or syllabus,

    49724. Required number of classroom or alternative interactive hours,

    49815. Description of the course objectives, student learning outcomes, or job performance requirements covered.

    4995(d) Fire Investigator I and Fire Investigator II Certificates.

    50041. Any Fire Investigator I Certificate of Competency issued by the Division remains active until the Fire Investigator I certificate holder is issued a Fire Investigator Certificate of Competency.

    50332. Any Fire Investigator II Certificate of Competency issued by the Division remains active until the Fire Investigator II certificate holder is issued a Fire Investigator Certificate of Competency.

    5062(5) Fire and Lifesafety Educator Program. This program provides training in the area of fire and life safety education as specified by the National Fire Protection Association for Fire and Life Safety Educator I and Fire and Life Safety Educator II.

    5103(a) Length of program. This program consists of no less than two courses, vocational or academic, of at least 64 hours or the equivalent of interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    5140(b) Content of Program. This program provides instruction on presentation, preparation for presentation, juvenile firesetters, public information responsibilities and educational methodologies.

    5161(c) Instructor Qualifications.

    51641. Instructor I for certificate,

    51692. Instructor II or III may teach provided he or she has successfully completed the course.

    5185(d) Requirements for certificate of competency:

    51911. Successful completion of all required course work.

    51992. Passing a state examination with a score of 70% or higher.

    52113. Submission of the required application (Form DFS-K4-1456), which is incorporated by reference in subsection 522669A-37.039(2), 5227F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 523669A-37.039(1), 5237F.A.C., with all supporting documentation and fees, to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    5252(6) Safety Officer Program. This is an advanced training and certification program designed for individuals having health and safety responsibilities. This program is based on the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1521, Standard for Fire Department Safety Officer. This program is intended to prepare individuals for service as fire department health and safety, and incident safety officers. The applicant may provide proof of equivalent education and training approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training and meeting the criteria outlined under this subsection (6).

    5337(a) Incident Safety Officer Certificate of Completion. The Division shall issue an Incident Safety Officer Certificate of Completion to a firefighter who meets the program requirements of this paragraph (a), and the qualifications for Incident Safety Officer set forth by the Division in Form DFS-K4-2139, “Incident Safety Officer Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 539569A-37.039(2), 5396F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 540569A-37.039(1), 5406F.A.C.

    54071. Program Requirements. To qualify for this certificate, a candidate must complete the corequisite course titled “Courage to be Safe” or a course determined by the Division to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 45-hours of training. Each course shall be no less than 45-hours in duration. This program shall consist of the following course or those of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training:

    5482a. Florida Incident Safety Officer.

    54872. Incident Safety Officer Certificate of Completion. To be eligible to receive an Incident Safety Officer Certificate of Completion, the applicant shall:

    5509a. Successfully complete all required course work; and,

    5517b. Possess an active Firefighter Certification of Compliance issued by the Division or have met the curriculum requirements for Firefighter Part I as defined in subsection 554369A-37.055(1), 5544F.A.C.; and,

    5546c. Possess an active Fire Officer Certification issued by the Division; and,

    5558d. Submit the required Form DFS-K4-2141, “Application for Incident Safety Officer Certificate of Completion,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 558069A-37.039(2), 5581F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 559069A-37.039(1), 5591F.A.C., to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    5600e. Submit the required Form DFS-K4-2139, “Incident Safety Officer Task Book,” to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    5620(b) Health and Safety Officer Certificate of Completion. The Division shall issue a Health and Safety Officer Certificate of Completion to an individual who meets the program requirements of paragraph (6)(b), and the qualifications for Health and Safety Officer set forth by the Division in Form DFS-K4-2138, “Health and Safety Officer Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 568169A-37.039(2), 5682F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 569169A-37.039(1), 5692F.A.C. The provisions of 569629 CFR 1910.1030, 5699“Bloodborne Pathogens,” (12/12/2014) (5704http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-050175706), 5707are hereby incorporated by reference and can be viewed during regular business hours at the Division of State Fire Marshal, 325 John Knox Road, The Atrium, Third Floor, Tallahassee, Florida. The provisions of the National Fire Protection Assocation (NFPA) 1581, Standard on Fire Department Infection Control Program (2010 Edition) are hereby incorporated by reference and can either be: (i) viewed during regular business hours at the Division of State Fire Marshal, 325 John Knox Road, The Atrium, Third Floor, Tallahassee, Florida; (ii) accessed in a read-only, non-printable, non-downloadable format at the NFPA’s free access website at http:www.nfpa.org/codes-and-standards/free-access; or (iii) purchased by writing to the NFPA at 1 Batterymarch Park, Quincy, Massachusetts 581802169-74715819.

    58201. Program Requirements. To qualify for this certificate, a candidate must complete the corequsite course titled “Courage to be Safe” or a course determined by the Division to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 90-hours of training. Each course shall be no less than 45-hours in duration. This program shall consist of the following courses or those of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training:

    5895a. Legal Issues for Safety Officers.

    5901b. Florida Health and Safety Officer.

    59072. Health and Safety Officer Certificate of Completion. To be eligible to receive a Health and Safety Officer Certificate of Completion, the applicant shall:

    5931a. Successfully complete all required course work; and,

    5939b. Submit the required Form DFS-K4-2140, “Application for Health and Safety Officer Certificate of Completion,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 596269A-37.039(2), 5963F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 597269A-37.039(1), 5973F.A.C., to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training; and,

    5983c. Submit the required Form DFS-K4-2138, “Health and Safety Officer Task Book,” to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    6004(c) Safety Officer Certificate of Competency. The Division shall issue a Safety Officer Certificate of Competency to a firefighter who meets the program requirements of paragraph (6)(c), and the qualifications for Safety Officer set forth by the Division in Form DFS-K4-2142, “Application for Safety Officer Certificate of Competency,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 606069A-37.039(2), 6061F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 607069A-37.039(1), 6071F.A.C.

    60721. Program Requirements. To be eligible to receive a Safety Officer Certificate of Competency, the applicant shall:

    6089a. Possess an active Firefighter Certificate of Compliance issued by the Division or have met the curriculum requirements for Firefighter Part I as defined in subsection 611569A-37.055(1), 6116F.A.C.; and,

    6118b. Possess an active Fire Officer Certification issued by the Division; and,

    6130c. Possess a Incident Safety Officer Certificate of Completion issued by the Division; and,

    6144d. Possess a Health and Safety Officer Certificate of Completion issued by the Division; and,

    6159e. Submit the required Form DFS-K4-2142, “Application for Safety Officer Certificate of Competency,” with all supporting documentation and fees, to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training; and,

    6188f. Pass the Safety Officer state examination with a score of 70% or higher.

    62022. Approved Courses. Courses under this subsection (6) must be approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training within the Division and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. Approved courses are delivered by the Division, or

    6240a. A provider whose course is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System, or

    6258b. The United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    6269c. A regionally accredited or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 628369A-37.084(5) 6284and (6), F.A.C., or

    6288d. A provider whose course is determined by the Division to be equivalent to the required course.

    63053. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this subsection (6), must be qualified by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training within the Division. Qualified instructors are:

    6333a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    6361b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    6380c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university, college or school, or

    6401d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 641969A-37.059(4), 6420F.A.C., or

    6422e. Instructors who hold an active Safety Officer Certificate of Competency issued by the Division and an active Instructor I Certification issued by the Division, or

    6448f. Instructors who hold an active Fire Officer Certification issued by the Division and an active Instructor I Certification issued by the Division, and have completed the courses entitled “Florida Incident Safety Officer,” “Legal Issues for Safety Officers,” and “Florida Health and Safety Officer.” This instructor qualification expires on December 31, 2015.

    6502(d) Courses submitted for equivalency under subparagraphs (6)(a)1. and (6)(b)1., shall be reviewed by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training. The Bureau of Fire Standards and Training shall approve any course which meets the criteria provided in this paragraph (6)(d). Requests for approval shall be submitted in writing to the Bureau, 11655 North West Gainesville Road, Ocala, Florida 34482-1486. The following factors shall be used to determine course equivalency: course title, course grade or record of course completion, number of academic credits earned, course hours attended, course description, course syllabus, student learning outcomes, and course objectives. All requests for course equivalency shall include, at a minimum:

    66091. Name of course,

    66132. Passage scores and rates,

    66183. An educational agenda or syllabus,

    66244. Required number of classroom hours,

    66305. Description of the course objectives, student learning outcomes, or job performance requirements covered.

    6644(7) Florida Urban Search and Rescue (FLUSAR) Program. This is a voluntary advanced training program designed for firefighters having search and rescue responsibilities. This program is based on the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Search and Rescue Incidents. This program is intended to prepare individuals for service as search and rescue responders in the five disciplines of FLUSAR. The applicant may provide proof of equivalent education and training approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training (Bureau) and meet the criteria outlined under this subsection.

    6738(a) FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Operations. The Bureau shall record completion of training in the Division’s database when the individual meets the program requirements of this paragraph (a), and the qualifications for FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Operations set forth by the Bureau herein.

    67831. Program Requirements. The individual must complete the courses required under this section, or courses determined by the Bureau to be equivalent. This program shall consist of a course in FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Operations (40 Hours) or that of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau.

    68322. Approved Courses. This course must be approved by the Bureau and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. This course shall be delivered by the Bureau, an education or training provider, a fire service provider, or a regionally or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 688169A-37.084(5) 6882and (6), F.A.C. These providers shall deliver this course using the syllabus, FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Operations (Eff. 05/16), 6902http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07235, 6904hereby incorporated by reference, found at this link: 6912http://www.6913m6914yfloridacfo.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/VehicleandMachineryRescueOperationsLevelISyllabus.pdf6915. 6916This provider shall have access to 6922use all equipment, 6925FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Operations and Technician Equipment List (Eff. 05/16), 6937http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07236, 6939hereby incorporated by reference, 6943listed at this link: 6947http://ww6948w6949.myfloridacfo.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/FLUSARVehicleMachineryRescueOperationsandTechnicianEquipmentList.pdf, 6950to deliver this course.

    6954a. Requests for class offering approval shall be submitted using the Bureau’s Class Offering Request Form DFS-K4-2167 at this link: https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_offering_app.asp, which is incorporated by reference 6980in subsection 698269A-37.039(2), 6983F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 699269A-37.039(1), 6993F.A.C.

    6994b. The provider shall prepare a record of all students enrolled in the course prior to the first day of the course.

    7016c. The provider shall record a final grade for each student within 10 days after course completion.

    7033d. Students must complete the course with a grade of 70% or higher in order to meet the course requirement under this section.

    7056e. Alternative delivery techniques including online course delivery or blended learning must be approved by the Bureau.

    70733. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this section must be qualified and approved by the Bureau. All instructors shall submit an Instructor Approval Request Form 7100DFS-K4-2168 7101at this link: 7104https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_instructor_app.asp, 7105which is incorporated by reference 7110in subsection 711269A-37.039(2), 7113F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 712269A-37.039(1), 7123F.A.C., 7124and be approved by the Bureau prior to the first day of the course. Qualified instructors are:

    7141a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    7169b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    7188c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    7208d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 722669A-37.059(4), 7227F.A.C., or

    7229e. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 724069A-37.059, 7241F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(a), which is recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Adjunct Instructors and are approved to teach courses under the supervision of a Lead Instructor, or

    7280f. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 729169A-37.059, 7292F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(a), and has previously taught this course as an Adjunct Instructor which was recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Lead Instructors.

    73274. FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Operations Certificate of Completion. The Bureau shall record the completion of FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Operations training in the Bureau database when the individual has:

    7359a. Successfully completed all required course work and task books within the time allotted for the course; and,

    7377b. Submitted the required Form DFS-K4-2156, “Vehicle Machinery Rescue Operations Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 739769A-37.039(2), 7398F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 740769A-37.039(1), 7408F.A.C., to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    7417(b) FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Technician. The Bureau shall record completion of training in the Division’s database when the individual meets the program requirements of this paragraph (b), and the qualifications for FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Technician set forth by the Bureau herein.

    74621. Program Requirements. The individual must complete the courses required under this section, or courses determined by the Bureau to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 80 hours of training and shall consist of the following courses or that of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau.

    7514a. FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Operations (40 Hours).

    7523b. FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Technician (40 Hours).

    75322. Approved Courses. The courses must be approved by the Bureau and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. The courses shall be delivered by the Bureau, an education or training provider, a fire service provider, or a regionally or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 758169A-37.084(5) 7582and (6), F.A.C. These providers shall deliver these courses using the syllabus, FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Technician Level II (Eff. 05/16), 7604http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07237, 7606hereby incorporated by reference, found at this link: 7614http://www.myflori7615d7616acfo.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/VehicleandMachineryRescueTechnicianLevelIISyllabus.pdf7617. Providers shall have access to use all equipment, FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Operations and Technician Equipment List (Eff. 05/16), 7638http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07238, 7640hereby incorporated by reference, listed at this link: 7648http://www.myfloridacf7649o7650.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/FLUSARVehicleMachineryRescueOperationsandTechnicianEquipmentList.pdf, 7651to deliver these courses.

    7655a. Requests for class offering approval shall be submitted using the Bureau’s Class Offering Request Form 7671DFS-K4-2167, 7672at this link: 7675https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_offering_app.asp, 7676which is incorporated by reference 7681in subsection 768369A-37.039(2), 7684F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 769369A-37.039(1), 7694F.A.C7695.

    7696b. The provider shall prepare a record of all students enrolled in the course prior to the first day of the course.

    7718c. The provider shall record a final grade for each student within 10 days after course completion.

    7735d. Students must complete the course with a grade of 70% or higher in order to meet the course requirement under this section.

    7758e. Alternative delivery techniques including online course delivery or blended learning must be approved by the Bureau.

    77753. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this section must be qualified and approved by the Bureau. All instructors shall submit an Instructor Approval Request Form 7802DFS-K4-2168, 7803at this link: https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_instructor_app.asp, which is incorporated by reference 7812in subsection 781469A-37.039(2), 7815F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 782469A-37.039(1), 7825F.A.C., 7826and be approved by the Bureau prior to the first day of the course. Qualified instructors are:

    7843a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    7871b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    7890c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    7910d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 792869A-37.059(4), 7929F.A.C., or

    7931e. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 794269A-37.059, 7943F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(b), which are recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Adjunct Instructors and are approved to teach courses under the supervision of a Lead Instructor, or

    7982f. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 799369A-37.059, 7994F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(b), and has previously taught this course as an Adjunct Instructor which was recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Lead Instructors.

    80294. FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Technician Certificate of Completion. The Bureau shall record the completion of FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Technician training in the Bureau database when the individual has:

    8061a. Successfully completed all required course work and task books within the time allotted for the course; and,

    8079b. Submitted the required Form DFS-K4-2157, “Vehicle Machinery Rescue Technician Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 809969A-37.039(2), 8100F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 810969A-37.039(1), 8110F.A.C., to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    8119(c) FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations. The Bureau shall record completion of training in the Division’s database when the individual meets the program requirements of this paragraph (c), and the qualifications for FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations set forth by the Bureau herein.

    81601. Program Requirements. The individual must complete the courses required under this section, or a course determined by the Bureau to be equivalent. This program shall consist of a course in FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations (40 Hours) or that of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau.

    82082. Approved Courses. This course must be approved by the Bureau and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. This course shall be delivered by the Bureau, an education or training provider, a fire service provider, or a regionally or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 825769A-37.084(5) 8258and (6), F.A.C. These providers shall deliver this course using the syllabus, FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations (Eff. 05/16), 8276http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07239, 8278hereby incorporated by reference, found at this link: 8286htt8287p8288://www.myfloridacfo.com/Division8289/8290SFM/BFST/Training/documents/RopeOpsSyllabus.pdf8291. This provider shall have access to 8298use all equipment, 8301FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations and Technician Equipment List (Eff. 05/16), 8311http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07240, 8313hereby incorporated by reference, 8317listed at this link: 8321http://www.myflori8322d8323acfo.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/FLUSARRopeRescueOperationsandTechnicianEquipmentList.pdf, 8324to deliver this course.

    8328a. Requests for class offering approval shall be submitted using the Bureau’s Class Offering Request Form 8344DFS-K4-2167 8345at this link: 8348https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_offering_app.asp, 8349which is incorporated by reference 8354in subsection 835669A-37.039(2), 8357F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 836669A-37.039(1), 8367F.A.C.

    8368b. The provider shall prepare a record of all students enrolled in the course prior to the first day of the course.

    8390c. The provider shall record a final grade for each student within 10 days after course completion.

    8407d. Students must complete the course with a grade of 70% or higher in order to meet the course requirement under this section.

    8430e. Alternative delivery techniques including online course delivery or blended learning must be approved by the Bureau.

    84473. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this section must be qualified by the Bureau. All instructors shall submit an Instructor Approval Request Form 8472DFS-K4-2168 8473at this link: 8476https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_instructor_app.asp, 8477which is incorporated by reference 8482in subsection 848469A-37.039(2), 8485F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 849469A-37.039(1), 8495F.A.C., 8496and be approved by the Bureau prior to the first day of the course. Qualified instructors are:

    8513a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    8541b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    8560c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    8580d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 859869A-37.059(4), 8599F.A.C., or

    8601e. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 861269A-37.059, 8613F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(c), which are recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Adjunct Instructors and are approved to teach courses under the supervision of a Lead Instructor, or

    8652f. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 866369A-37.059, 8664F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(c), and has previously taught this course as an Adjunct Instructor which was recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Lead Instructors.

    86994. FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations Certificate of Completion. The Bureau shall record the completion of FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations training in the Bureau database when the individual has:

    8727a. Successfully completed all required course work and task books within the time allotted for the course; and,

    8745b. Submitted the required Form DFS-K4-2150, “Rope Rescue Operations Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 876469A-37.039(2), 8765F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 877469A-37.039(1), 8775F.A.C., to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    8784(d) FLUSAR Rope Rescue Technician. The Bureau shall record completion of training in the Division’s database when the individual meets the program requirements of this paragraph (d), and the qualifications for FLUSAR Rope Rescue Technician set forth by the Bureau herein.

    88251. Program Requirements. The individual must complete the courses required under this section, or a course determined by the Bureau to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 80 hours of training and shall consist of the following courses or that of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau.

    8878a. FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations (40 Hours).

    8885b. FLUSAR Rope Rescue Technician (40 Hours).

    88922. Approved Courses. This course must be approved by the Bureau and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. This course shall be delivered by the Bureau, an education or training provider, a fire service provider, or a regionally or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 894169A-37.084(5) 8942and (6), F.A.C. These providers shall deliver this course using the syllabus, FLUSAR Rope Rescue Technician (Eff. 05/16) 8960http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07241, 8962hereby incorporated by reference, found at this link: 8970ht8971t8972p8973://www.myfloridacfo.com/Divisi8974o8975n/SF8976M8977/BFST/Training/documents/RopeTechSyllabus.pdf8978. This provider shall have access to use all equipment, 8988FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations and Technician Equipment List (Eff. 05/16), 8998http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07242, 9000hereby incorporated by reference, 9004listed at this link: 9008http://w9009w9010w.myfloridacfo.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/FLUSARRopeRescueOperationsandTechnicianEquipmentList.pdf, 9011to deliver these courses.

    9015a. Requests for class offering approval shall be su9024bmitted using the Bureau’s Class Offering Request Form 9032DFS-K4-2167 9033at this link: 9036https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_offering_app.asp, 9037which is incorporated by reference 9042in subsection 904469A-37.039(2), 9045F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 905469A-37.039(1), 9055F.A.C9056.

    9057b. The provider shall prepare a record of all students enrolled in the course prior to the first day of the course.

    9079c. The provider shall record a final grade for each student within 10 days after course completion.

    9096d. Students must complete the course with a grade of 70% or higher in order to meet the course requirement under this section.

    9119e. Alternative delivery techniques including online course delivery or blended learning must be approved by the Bureau.

    91363. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this section must be qualified by the Bureau. All instructors shall submit an Instructor Approval Request Form 9161DFS-K4-2168 9162at this link: 9165https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_instructor_app.asp, 9166which is incorporated by reference 9171in subsection 917369A-37.039(2), 9174F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 918369A-37.039(1), 9184F.A.C., 9185and be approved by the Bureau prior to the first day of the course. Qualified instructors are:

    9202a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    9230b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    9249c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    9269d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 928769A-37.059(4), 9288F.A.C., or

    9290e. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 930169A-37.059, 9302F.A.C, who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(d), which is recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Adjunct Instructors and are approved to teach courses under the supervision of a Lead Instructor, or

    9341f. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 935269A-37.059, 9353F.A.C, who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(d), and has previously taught this course as an Adjunct Instructor which was recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Lead Instructors.

    93884. FLUSAR Rope Rescue Technician Certificate of Completion. The Bureau shall record the completion of FLUSAR Rope Rescue Technician training in the Bureau database when the individual has:

    9416a. Successfully completed all required course work and task books within the time allotted for the course; and,

    9434b. Submitted the required Form DFS-K4-2151, “Rope Rescue Technician Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 945369A-37.039(2), 9454F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 946369A-37.039(1), 9464F.A.C., to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    9473(e) FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Operations. The Bureau shall record completion of training in the Division’s database when the individual meets the program requirements of this paragraph (e), and the qualifications for FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Operations set forth by the Bureau herein.

    95161. Program Requirements. The individual must complete the courses required under this section, or a course determined by the Bureau to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 64 hours of training and shall consist of the following courses or that of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau.

    9569a. Rope Rescue Operations (40 Hours).

    9575b. FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Operations (24 Hours).

    95832. Approved Courses. This course must be approved by the Bureau and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. This course shall be delivered by the Bureau, an education or training provider, a fire service provider, or a regionally or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 963269A-37.084(5) 9633and (6), F.A.C. These providers shall deliver this course using the syllabus, 9645FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Operations (Eff. 05/16), 9652http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07243, 9654hereby incorporated by reference, 9658found at this link: 9662http://www.myflori9663d9664acfo.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Traini9665n9666g/documents/ConfinedSpaceRescueOpsSyllabus.pdf9667. This provider shall have access to use all equipment, 9677FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Operations and Technician Equipment List (Eff. 05/16), 9688http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07245, 9690hereby incorporated by reference, 9694listed at this link: 9698http9699:9700//www.myfloridacfo.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/FLUSARConfinedSpaceOperationsandTechnicianEquipmentList.pdf, 9701to deliver these courses.

    9705a. Requests for class offering approval shall be submitted using the Bureau’s Class Offering Request Form 9721DFS-K4-2167, 9722at this link: 9725https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_offering_app.asp, 9726which is incorporated by reference 9731in subsection 973369A-37.039(2), 9734F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 974369A-37.039(1), 9744F.A.C.

    9745b. The provider shall prepare a record of all students enrolled in the course prior to the first day of the course.

    9767c. The provider shall record a final grade for each student within 10 days after course completion.

    9784d. Students must complete the course with a grade of 70% or higher in order to meet the course requirement under this section.

    9807e. Alternative delivery techniques including online course delivery or blended learning must be approved by the Bureau.

    98243. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this section must be qualified by the Bureau. All instructors shall submit an Instructor Approval Request Form 9849DFS-K4-2168, 9850at this link: 9853https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_instructor_app.asp, 9854which is incorporated by reference 9859in subsection 986169A-37.039(2), 9862F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 987169A-37.039(1), 9872F.A.C., 9873and be approved by the Bureau prior to the first day of the course. Qualified instructors are:

    9890a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    9918b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    9937c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    9957d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 997569A-37.059(4), 9976F.A.C., or

    9978e. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 998969A-37.059, 9990F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(e), which is recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Adjunct Instructors and are approved to teach courses under the supervision of a Lead Instructor, or

    10029f. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1004069A-37.059, 10041F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(e), and has previously taught this course as an Adjunct Instructor which was recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Lead Instructors.

    100764. FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Operations Certificate of Completion. The Bureau shall record the completion of FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Operations training in the Bureau database when the individual has:

    10106a. Successfully completed all required course work and task books within the time allotted for the course; and,

    10124b. Submitted the required Form DFS-K4-2148, “Confined Space Rescue Operations Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 1014469A-37.039(2), 10145F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1015469A-37.039(1), 10155F.A.C., to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    10164(f) FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Technician. The Bureau shall record completion of training in the Division’s database when the individual meets the program requirements of this paragraph (f), and the qualifications for FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Technician set forth by the Bureau herein.

    102071. Program Requirements. The individual must complete the courses required under this section, or a course determined by the Bureau to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 80 hours of training and shall consist of the following courses or that of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau.

    10260a. FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations (40 Hours).

    10267b. FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Operations (24 Hours).

    10275c. FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Technician (16 Hours).

    102832. Approved Courses. This course must be approved by the Bureau and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. This course shall be delivered by the Bureau, an education or training provider, a fire service provider, or a regionally or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 1033269A-37.084(5) 10333and (6), F.A.C. These providers shall deliver this course using the syllabus, 10345FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Technician (Eff. 05/16), 10352http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07246, 10354hereby incorporated by reference, 10358found at this link: 10362http://www.myflorida10363c10364fo.com/Divis10365i10366on/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/ConfinedSpaceRescueTechSyllabus.pdf. 10367This provider shall have access to use all equipment, 10376FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Operations and Technician Equipment List (Eff. 05/16), 10387http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07247, 10389hereby incorporated by reference, 10393listed at this link: 10397http://www.myfloridacfo.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/FLUSARConfinedSpaceOperationsandTechnicianEquipmentList.pdf, 10398to deliver these courses.

    10402a. Requests for class offering approval shall be submitted using the Bureau’s Class Offering Request Form 10418DFS-K4-2167, 10419at this link: 10422https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_offering_app.asp, 10423which is incorporated by reference 10428in subsection 1043069A-37.039(2), 10431F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1044069A-37.039(1), 10441F.A.C.

    10442b. The provider shall prepare a record of all students enrolled in the course prior to the first day of the course.

    10464c. The provider shall record a final grade for each student within 10 days after course completion.

    10481d. Students must complete the course with a grade of 70% or higher in order to meet the course requirement under this section.

    10504e. Alternative delivery techniques including online course delivery or blended learning must be approved by the Bureau.

    105213. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this section must be qualified by the Bureau. All instructors shall submit an Instructor Approval Request Form 10546DFS-K4-2168, 10547at this link: https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_instructor_app.asp, which is incorporated by reference 10556in subsection 1055869A-37.039(2), 10559F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1056869A-37.039(1), 10569F.A.C., 10570and be approved by the Bureau prior to the first day of the course. Qualified instructors are:

    10587a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    10615b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    10634c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    10654d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 1067269A-37.059(4), 10673F.A.C., or

    10675e. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1068669A-37.059, 10687F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(f), which are recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Adjunct Instructors and are approved to teach courses under the supervision of a Lead Instructor, or

    10726f. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1073769A-37.059, 10738F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(f), and has previously taught this course as an Adjunct Instructor which was recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Lead Instructors.

    107734. FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Technician Certificate of Completion. The Bureau shall record the completion of FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Technician training in the Bureau database when the individual has:

    10803a. Successfully completed all required course work and task books within the time allotted for the course; and,

    10821b. Submitted the required Form DFS-K4-2149, “Confined Space Rescue Technician Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 1084169A-37.039(2), 10842F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1085169A-37.039(1), 10852F.A.C., to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    10861(g) FLUSAR Trench Rescue Operations. The Bureau shall record completion of training in the Division’s database when the individual meets the program requirements of this paragraph (g), and the qualifications for FLUSAR Trench Rescue Operations set forth by the Bureau herein.

    109021. Program Requirements. The individual must complete the courses required under this section, or a course determined by the Bureau to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 64 hours of training and shall consist of the following courses or that of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau.

    10955a. FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations (40 Hours).

    10962b. FLUSAR Trench Rescue Operations (24 Hours).

    109692. Approved Courses. This course must be approved by the Bureau and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. This course shall be delivered by the Bureau, an education or training provider, a fire service provider, or a regionally or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 1101869A-37.084(5) 11019and (6), F.A.C. These providers shall deliver this course using the syllabus, 11031FLUSAR Trench Rescue Operations (Eff. 05/16), 11037http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07248, 11039hereby incorporated by reference, 11043found at this link: 11047http://www.myfloridacfo.com/Division11048/11049SFM/BFST/Training/documents/TrenchRescueOpsSyllabus.pdf. 11050This provider shall have access to use all equipment, 11059FLUSAR Trench Rescue Operations and Technician Equipment List (Eff. 05/16), 11069http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07249, 11071hereby incorporated by reference, 11075listed at this link: 11079http:11080/11081/www.myfloridacfo.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/FLUSARTrenchRescueOperationsandTechnicianEquipmentList.pdf, 11082to deliver these courses.

    11086a. Requests for class offering approval shall be submitted using the Bureau’s Class Offering Request Form 11102DFS-K4-2167, 11103at this link: 11106https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_offering_app.asp, 11107which is incorporated by reference 11112in subsection 1111469A-37.039(2), 11115F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1112469A-37.039(1), 11125F.A.C.

    11126b. The provider shall prepare a record of all students enrolled in the course prior to the first day of the course.

    11148c. The provider shall record a final grade for each student within 10 days after course completion.

    11165d. Students must complete the course with a grade of 70% or higher in order to meet the course requirement under this section.

    11188e. Alternative delivery techniques including online course delivery or blended learning must be approved by the Bureau.

    112053. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this section must be qualified by the Bureau. All instructors shall submit an Instructor Approval Request Form 11230DFS-K4-2168, 11231at this link: 11234https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_instructor_app.asp, 11235which is incorporated by reference 11240in subsection 1124269A-37.039(2), 11243F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1125269A-37.039(1), 11253F.A.C., 11254and be approved by the Bureau prior to the first day of the course. Qualified instructors are:

    11271a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    11299b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    11318c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    11338d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 1135669A-37.059(4), 11357F.A.C., or

    11359e. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1137069A-37.059, 11371F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(g), which are recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Adjunct Instructors and are approved to teach courses under the supervision of a Lead Instructor, or

    11410f. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1142169A-37.059, 11422F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(g), and has previously taught this course as an Adjunct Instructor which was recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Lead Instructors.

    114574. FLUSAR Trench Rescue Operations Certificate of Completion. The Bureau shall record the completion of FLUSAR Trench Rescue Operations training in the Bureau database when the individual has:

    11485a. Successfully completed all required course work and task books within the time allotted for the course; and,

    11503b. Submitted the required Form DFS-K4-2154, “Trench Rescue Operations Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 1152269A-37.039(2), 11523F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1153269A-37.039(1), 11533F.A.C., to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    11542(h) FLUSAR Trench Rescue Technician. The Bureau shall record completion of training in the Division’s database when the individual meets the program requirements of this paragraph (h), and the qualifications for FLUSAR Trench Rescue Technician set forth by the Bureau herein.

    115831. Program Requirements. The individual must complete the courses required under this section, or a course determined by the Bureau to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 80 hours of training and shall consist of the following courses or that of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau.

    11636a. Rope Rescue Operations (40 Hours).

    11642b. FLUSAR Trench Rescue Operations (24 Hours).

    11649c. FLUSAR Trench Rescue Technician (16 Hours).

    116562. Approved Courses. This course must be approved by the Bureau and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. This course shall be delivered by the Bureau, an education or training provider, a fire service provider, or a regionally or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 1170569A-37.084(5) 11706and (6), F.A.C. These providers shall deliver this course using the syllabus, 11718FLUSAR Trench Rescue Technician (Eff. 05/16) 11724http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07250, 11726hereby incorporated by reference, 11730found at this link: 11734http://www.myfloridacfo.com/Di11735v11736ision/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/TrenchRescueTechSyllabus.pdf11737. This provider shall have access to use all equipment, 11747FLUSAR Trench Rescue Operations and Technician Equipment List (Eff. 05/16), 11757http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07251, 11759hereby incorporated by reference, 11763listed at this link: 11767h11768t11769tp://www.myfloridacfo.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/FLUSARTrenchRescueOperationsandTechnicianEquipmentList.pdf, 11770to deliver these courses.

    11774a. Requests for class offering approval shall be submitted using the Bureau’s Class Offering Request Form 11790DFS-K4-2167, 11791at this link: 11794https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_offering_app.asp, 11795which is incorporated by reference 11800in subsection 1180269A-37.039(2), 11803F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1181269A-37.039(1), 11813F.A.C.

    11814b. The provider shall prepare a record of all students enrolled in the course prior to the first day of the course.

    11836c. The provider shall record a final grade for each student within 10 days after course completion.

    11853d. Students must complete the course with a grade of 70% or higher in order to meet the course requirement under this section.

    11876e. Alternative delivery techniques including online course delivery or blended learning must be approved by the Bureau.

    118933. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this section must be qualified by the Bureau. All instructors shall submit an Instructor Approval Request Form 11918DFS-K4-2168, 11919at this link: 11922https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_instructor_app.asp, 11923which is incorporated by reference 11928in subsection 1193069A-37.039(2), 11931F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1194069A-37.039(1), 11941F.A.C., 11942and be approved by the Bureau prior to the first day of the course. Qualified instructors are:

    11959a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    11987b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    12006c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    12026d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 1204469A-37.059(4), 12045F.A.C., or

    12047e. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1205869A-37.059, 12059F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(h), which are recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Adjunct Instructors and are approved to teach courses under the supervision of a Lead Instructor, or

    12098f. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1210969A-37.059, 12110F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(h), and has previously taught this course as an Adjunct Instructor which was recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Lead Instructors.

    121454. FLUSAR Trench Rescue Technician Certificate of Completion. The Bureau shall record the completion of FLUSAR Trench Rescue Technician training in the Bureau database when the individual has:

    12173a. Successfully completed all required course work and task books within the time allotted for the course; and,

    12191b. Submitted the required Form DFS-K4-2155, “Trench Rescue Technician Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 1221069A-37.039(2), 12211F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1222069A-37.039(1), 12221F.A.C., to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    12230(i) FLUSAR Structural Collapse Rescue Operations. The Bureau shall record completion of training in the Division’s database when the individual meets the program requirements of this paragraph (i), and the qualifications for FLUSAR Structural Collapse Rescue Operations set forth by the Bureau herein.

    122731. Program Requirements. The individual must complete the courses required under this section, or a course determined by the Bureau to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 80 hours of training and shall consist of the following courses or that of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau.

    12326a. FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations (40 Hours).

    12333b. FLUSAR Structural Collapse Rescue Operations (40 Hours).

    123412. Approved Courses. This course must be approved by the Bureau and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. This course shall be delivered by the Bureau, an education or training provider, a fire service provider, or a regionally or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 1239069A-37.084(5) 12391and (6), F.A.C. These providers shall deliver this course using the syllabus, FLUSAR Structural Collapse Rescue Operations (Eff. 05/16), 12410http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07252, 12412hereby incorporated by reference, found at this link: 12420http:/12421/12422ww12423w12424.12425myfloridacfo.com/Di12426v12427is12428i12429on/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/StructuralCollapseOpsSyllabus.pdf12430. This provider shall have access to use all equipment, 12440FLUSAR Structural Collapse Rescue Operations and Technician Equipment List (Eff. 05/16), 12451http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07254, 12453hereby incorporated by reference, 12457listed at this link: 12461http://www.my12462f12463loridacf12464o12465.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/FLUSARStructuralCollapseOperationsandTechnicianEquipmentList.pdf, 12466to deliver these courses.

    12470a. Requests for class offering approval shall be submitted using the Bureau’s Class Offering Request Form 12486DFS-K4-2167, 12487at this link: 12490https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_offering_app.asp, 12491which is incorporated by reference 12496in subsection 1249869A-37.039(2), 12499F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1250869A-37.039(1), 12509F.A.C.

    12510b. The provider shall prepare a record of all students enrolled in the course prior to the first day of the course.

    12532c. The provider shall record a final grade for each student within 10 days after course completion.

    12549d. Students must complete the course with a grade of 70% or higher in order to meet the course requirement under this section.

    12572e. Alternative delivery techniques including online course delivery or blended learning must be approved by the Bureau.

    125893. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this section must be qualified by the Bureau. All instructors shall submit an Instructor Approval Request Form 12614DFS-K4-2168, 12615at this link: 12618https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_instructor_app.asp, 12619which is incorporated by reference 12624in subsection 1262669A-37.039(2), 12627F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1263669A-37.039(1), 12637F.A.C., 12638and be approved by the Bureau prior to the first day of the course. Qualified instructors are:

    12655a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    12683b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    12702c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    12722d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 1274069A-37.059(4), 12741F.A.C., or

    12743e. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1275469A-37.059, 12755F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(i), which are recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Adjunct Instructors and are approved to teach courses under the supervision of a Lead Instructor, or

    12794f. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1280569A-37.059, 12806F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(i) and has previously taught this course as an Adjunct Instructor which was recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Lead Instructors.

    128414. FLUSAR Structural Collapse Rescue Operations Certificate of Completion. The Bureau shall record the completion of FLUSAR Structural Collapse Rescue Operations training in the Bureau database when the individual has:

    12871a. Successfully completed all required course work and task books within the time allotted for the course; and,

    12889b. Submitted the required Form DFS-K4-2152, “Structural Collapse Rescue Operations Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 1290969A-37.039(2), 12910F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1291969A-37.039(1), 12920F.A.C., to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    12929(j) FLUSAR Structural Collapse Rescue Technician. The Bureau shall record completion of training in the Division’s database when the individual meets the program requirements of this paragraph (j), and the qualifications for FLUSAR Structural Collapse Rescue Technician set forth by the Bureau herein.

    129721. Program Requirements. The individual must complete the courses required under this section, or a course determined by the Bureau to be equivalent. This program shall consist of not less than 360 hours of training and shall consist of the following courses or that of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau.

    13025a. FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Operations (40 Hours).

    13034b. FLUSAR Vehicle and Machinery Rescue Technician (40 Hours).

    13043c. FLUSAR Rope Rescue Operations (40 Hours).

    13050d. FLUSAR Rope Rescue Technician (40 Hours).

    13057e. FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Operations (24 Hours).

    13065f. FLUSAR Confined Space Rescue Technician (16 Hours).

    13073g. FLUSAR Trench Rescue Operations (24 Hours).

    13080h. FLUSAR Trench Rescue Technician (16 Hours).

    13087i. FLUSAR Structural Collapse Rescue Operations (40 Hours).

    13095j. FLUSAR Structural Collapse Rescue Technician (80 Hours).

    131032. Approved Courses. This course must be approved by the Bureau and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. This course shall be delivered by the Bureau, an education or training provider, a fire service provider, or a regionally or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 1315269A-37.084(5) 13153and (6), F.A.C. These providers shall deliver this course using the syllabus, 13165FLUSAR Structural Collapse Rescue Technician, (Eff. 05/16), 13172http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07255, 13174hereby incorporated by reference, 13178found at this link: 13182htt13183p13184://www.m13185y13186florid13187a13188cfo.c13189o13190m/Divisio13191n13192/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/StructuralCollapseTechnician.pdf13193. This provider shall have access to use all equipment, 13203Structural Collapse Rescue Operations and Technician Equipment List, (Eff. 05/16), 13213http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07256, 13215hereby incorporated by reference, 13219listed at this link: 13223htt13224p13225://www.myflorida13226c13227fo.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/FLUSARStructuralCollapseOperationsandTechnicianEquipmentList.pdf, 13228to deliver these courses.

    13232a. Requests for class offering approval shall be submitted using the Bureau’s Class Offering 13246Request Form 13248DFS-K4-2167, 13249at this link: 13252https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_offering_app.asp, 13253which is incorporated by reference 13258in subsection 1326069A-37.039(2), 13261F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1327069A-37.039(1), 13271F.A.C.

    13272b. The provider shall prepare a record of all students enrolled in the course prior to the first day of the course.

    13294c. The provider shall record a final grade for each student within 10 days after course completion.

    13311d. Students must complete the course with a grade of 70% or higher in order to meet the course requirement under this section.

    13334e. Alternative delivery techniques including online course delivery or blended learning must be approved by the Bureau.

    133513. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this section must be qualified by the Bureau. All instructors shall submit an Instructor Approval Request Form 13376DFS-K4-2168, 13377at this link: https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_instructor_app.asp, which is incorporated by reference 13386in subsection 1338869A-37.039(2), 13389F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1339869A-37.039(1), 13399F.A.C., 13400and be approved by the Bureau prior to the first day of the course. Qualified instructors are:

    13417a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    13445b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    13464c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    13484d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 1350269A-37.059(4) 13503F.A.C., or

    13505e. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1351669A-37.059, 13517F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(j), which are recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Adjunct Instructors and are approved to teach courses under the supervision of a Lead Instructor, or

    13556f. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1356769A-37.059, 13568F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (7)(j), and has previously taught this course as an Adjunct Instructor which was recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Lead Instructors.

    136034. FLUSAR Rescue Specialist Certificate of Completion. The Bureau shall record the completion of FLUSAR Rescue Specialist training in the Bureau database when the individual has:

    13629a. Successfully completed all required course work; and,

    13637b. Submitted the required Form DFS-K4-2153, “Structural Collapse Rescue Technician Task Book,” which is incorporated by reference in subsection 1365769A-37.039(2), 13658F.A.C., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1366769A-37.039(1), 13668F.A.C., to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training; and,

    13678c. Submit the required Form DFS-K4-2161, “Application for 13686FLUSAR Rescue Specialist 13689Certificate of Completion,” with all supporting documentation and fees, to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training.

    13707(k) Courses submitted for equivalency under subparagraphs (7)(a)1., (b)1., (c)1., (d)1., (e)1., (f)1., (g)1., (h)1., (i)1., (j)1., (k)1., (l)1., and (m)1., shall be reviewed by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training. The Bureau of Fire Standards and Training shall approve any course in subsection (7), which meets the criteria provided in this paragraph. Requests for approval shall be submitted in writing to the Bureau, 11655 North West Gainesville Road, Ocala, Florida 34482-1486. The following factors shall be used to determine course equivalency: course title, course grade or record of course completion, number of academic credits earned, course hours attended, course description, course syllabus, student learning outcomes, and course objectives. All requests for course equivalency shall include, at a minimum:

    138271. Name of course,

    138312. Passage scores and rates,

    138363. An educational agenda or 13841syllabus,

    138424. Required number of classroom hours; and,

    138495. Description of the course objectives, student learning outcomes, or job performance requirements covered.

    13863(8) Florida Hazardous Materials Program. This is a voluntary advanced training program designed for firefighters having hazardous materials responsibilities. This program is based on the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 472, Standard for Competence of Responders to Hazardous Materials/Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents. This program is intended to prepare individuals for service as a hazardous materials responder. The applicant may provide proof of equivalent education and training approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training (Bureau) and meeting the criteria outlined under this subsection.

    13948(a) Hazardous Materials Operations. The Bureau shall record completion of training in the Division’s database when the individual meets the program requirements of this paragraph (a), and the qualifications for Hazardous Materials Operations set forth by the Bureau herein.

    139871. Program Requirements. The individual must complete the courses required under this section, or a course determined by the Bureau to be equivalent. This program shall consist of a course in Hazardous Materials Operations (24 hours) or that of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau. However, the hazardous materials course required in subparagraph 1404269A-37.055(2)(a)11., 14043F.A.C., is equivalent to the hazardous materials operations course under this paragraph (8)(a).

    140562. Approved Courses. This course must be approved by the Bureau and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. This course shall be delivered by the Bureau, an education or training provider, a fire service provider, or a regionally or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 1410569A-37.084(5) 14106and (6), F.A.C. These providers shall deliver this course using the syllabus, Hazardous Materials Operations, (Eff. 05/16), 14123http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07257, 14125hereby incorporated by reference, found at this link: 14133http://www14134.14135my14136f14137loridacf14138o14139.com14140/14141Divi14142s14143ion/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/HazardousMaterialsOperations.pdf14144. This provider shall have access to use all equipment, Hazardous Materials Operations and Technician Equipment List, (Eff. 05/16), 14163http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07258, 14165hereby incorporated by reference, listed at this link: 14173http:/14174/14175www.14176m14177yfloridacfo.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/HazMatOperationsandTechnicianEquipmentList.pdf, 14178to deliver this course.

    14182a. Requests for class offering approval shall be submitted using the Bureau’s Course Approval Request Form 14198DFS-K4-2167 14199at this link: 14202https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_offering_app.asp, 14203which is incorporated by reference 14208in subsection 1421069A-37.039(2), 14211F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1422069A-37.039(1), 14221F.A.C.

    14222b. The provider shall prepare a record of all students enrolled in the course prior to the first day of the course.

    14244c. The provider shall record a final grade for each student within 10 days after course completion.

    14261d. Students must complete the course with a grade of 70% or higher in order to meet the course requirement under this section.

    14284e. Alternative delivery techniques including online course delivery or blended learning must be approved by the Bureau.

    143013. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this section must be qualified by the Bureau. All instructors shall submit an Instructor Approval Request Form 14326DFS-K4-2168, 14327at this link: 14330https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_instructor_app.asp, 14331which is incorporated by reference 14336in subsection 1433869A-37.039(2), 14339F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1434869A-37.039(1), 14349F.A.C., 14350and be approved by the Bureau prior to the first day of the course. Qualified instructors are:

    14367a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    14395b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    14414c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    14434d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 1445269A-37.059(4) 14453F.A.C., or

    14455e. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1446669A-37.059, 14467F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (8)(a), which are recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Adjunct Instructors and are approved to teach courses under the supervision of a Lead Instructor, or

    14506f. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1451769A-37.059, 14518F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (8)(a), and has previously taught this course as an Adjunct Instructor which was recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Lead Instructors.

    145534. Hazardous Materials Operations Certificate of Completion. The Bureau shall record the completion of Hazardous Materials Operations training in the Bureau database when the individual has successfully completed all required course work.

    14585(b) Hazardous Materials Technician. The Bureau shall record completion of training in the Division’s database when the individual meets the program requirements of this paragraph (b), and the qualifications for Hazardous Materials Technician set forth by the Bureau herein14624.

    146251. Program Requirements. The individual must complete the courses required under this section, or a course determined by the Bureau to be equivalent. This program shall consist of a course in Hazardous Materials Technician (160 Hours) or that of equivalent interactive instruction, as approved by the Bureau.

    146722. Approved Courses. This course must be approved by the Bureau and meet the curriculum requirements of the program. This course shall be delivered by the Bureau, an education or training provider, a fire service provider, or a regionally or nationally accredited college or university as outlined in subsections 1472169A-37.084(5) 14722and (6), F.A.C. These providers shall deliver this course using the syllabus, 14734Hazardous Materials Technician, (Eff. 05/16), 14739http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07260, 14741hereby incorporated by reference, 14745found at this link: 14749ht14750t14751p://w14752w14753w.myfloridacfo.com/14754D14755ivision14756/14757SFM/BFST/Training/documents/HazardousMaterialsTechnician.pdf14758. 14759This provider shall have access to use all equipment, 14768Hazardous Materials Operations and Technician Equipment List, (Eff. 05/16), 14777http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07261, 14779hereby incorporated by reference, 14783listed at this link: 14787http://ww14788w14789.myfloridacfo.com/Division/SFM/BFST/Training/documents/HazMatOperationsandTechnicianEquipmentList.pdf, 14790to deliver these courses.

    14794a. Requests for class offering approval shall be submitted using the Bureau’s Course Approval Request Form 14810DFS-K4-2167, 14811at this link: 14814https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_offering_app.asp, 14815which is incorporated by reference 14820in subsection 1482269A-37.039(2), 14823F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1483269A-37.039(1), 14833F.A.C.

    14834b. The provider shall prepare a record of all students enrolled in the course prior to the first day of the course.

    14856c. The provider shall record a final grade for each student within 10 days after course completion.

    14873d. Students must complete the course with a grade of 70% or higher in order to meet the course requirement under this section.

    14896e. Alternative delivery techniques including online course delivery or blended learning must be approved by the Bureau.

    149133. Instructor Qualifications. An instructor providing training under this section must be qualified and approved by the Bureau. All instructors shall submit an Instructor Approval Request Form 14940DFS-K4-2168, 14941at this link: 14944https://floridastatefirecollege.org/provider/pr_instructor_app.asp, 14945which is incorporated by reference 14950in subsection 1495269A-37.039(2), 14953F.AC., and can be obtained where indicated in subsection 1496269A-37.039(1), 14963F.A.C., 14964and be approved by the Bureau prior to the first day of the course. Qualified instructors are:

    14981a. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials for the academic institution that is registered in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System to teach the course, or

    15009b. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the United States Fire Administration – National Fire Academy, or

    15028c. Instructors with requisite faculty credentials as determined by the respective regionally accredited or nationally accredited university or college, or

    15048d. Instructors who hold an active Single Course Exemption Certification issued by the Division as outlined in subsection 1506669A-37.059(4), 15067F.A.C., or

    15069e. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1508069A-37.059, 15081F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (8)(b), which are recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Adjunct Instructors and are approved to teach courses under the supervision of a Lead Instructor, or

    15120f. Florida Instructor I, II, or III, as defined in Rule 1513169A-37.059, 15132F.A.C., who has completed the required courses under this paragraph (8)(b), and has previously taught this course as an Adjunct Instructor which was recorded in the Bureau’s database. These instructors are known as Lead Instructors.

    151674. Hazardous Materials Technician Certificate of Competency. The Bureau shall record the completion of Hazardous Materials Technician training in the Bureau database when the individual has:

    15193a. Successfully completed all required course work; and,

    15201b. Submitted the required Florida State Emergency Response Commission (SERC) Hazardous Materials Technician Student Task Book, 2015 Edition, which is incorporated by reference and can be found at this link: http://www.floridadisaster.org/hazmat/serc/documents/HazMat%20Technician%20472%20Check%20off%20v32.pdf (this document is also available for public inspection and may be viewed during regular business hours at the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training, Division of State Fire Marshal, 11655 Northwest Gainesville Road, Ocala, Florida 34482-1486); and,

    15269c. Submitted the required Form DFS-K4-2160, “Application for 15277Hazardous Materials Technician 15280Certificate of Competency,” with all supporting documentation and fees, to the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training; and,

    15299d. Passed the 15302Hazardous Materials Technician 15305state examination with a score of 70% or higher.

    15314e. Hazardous Materials Technician Certificates of Competency issued by the Division on or after January 24, 2004, will be recognized by the Division.

    15337(c) Courses submitted for equivalency under subparagraphs (8)(a)1. and (b)1., shall be reviewed by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training. The Bureau of Fire Standards and Training shall approve any course which meets the criteria provided in this paragraph. Requests for approval shall be submitted in writing to the Bureau, 11655 North West Gainesville Road, Ocala, Florida 34482-1486. The following factors shall be used to determine course equivalency: course title, course grade or record of course completion, number of academic credits earned, course hours attended, course description, course syllabus, student learning outcomes, and course objectives. All requests for course equivalency shall include, at a minimum:

    154431. Name of course,

    154472. Passage scores and rates,

    154523. An educational agenda or 15457syllabus,

    154584. Required number of classroom hours; and,

    154655. Description of the course objectives, student learning outcomes, or job performance requirements covered.

    15479(9) Vocational Program Courses.

    15483(a) These courses are developed and revised for individual delivery and are aimed at improving specific skills and/or to enhance professional development. Each stands alone as an individual class.

    15512(b) Instructor Qualifications.

    155151. An Instructor I, II or III may teach these courses which have been developed by the Florida State Fire College provided he or she has successfully completed the course.

    155452. Courses not developed or revised by the Florida State Fire College are subject to the instructor requirements of the developing organization.

    15567(10) Requirements for Certification or Competency Examination.

    15574(a) In order for a person to be eligible to be tested, the required paperwork must be received by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training not less than 10 business days prior to the requested examination date for review, verification and approval.

    15617(b) Application for retesting shall be received by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training not less than 10 business days prior to the requested examination date.

    15644Rulemaking Authority 15646633.104, 15647633.128(2)(a), 15648633.406(1)(b), 15649(f), (2), 15651633.418(1), 15652633.508(2) 15653FS. Law Implemented 15656633.128, 15657663.132, 15658633.406(1), 15659633.408, 15660633.418, 15661633.508(2) 15662FS. History–New 12-10-01, Formerly 4A-37.065, Amended 8-27-12, 11-18-13, 2-15-15, 8-3-15, 7-13-16, 5-18-17.