Sec. 13. (1) The training course sponsor shall issue a numbered certificate of successful
initial or refresher course completion to a student who meets the requirements of
this act and who successfully completes the training and passes the training course's
examination required under this act. The numbered certificate of successful course completion shall include the name
of the student, the social security number of the student, the course completed, the dates of the course and the examination, a statement certifying
that the student passed the examination, an expiration date that is 1 year after the
date on which the person successfully completed the course and examination, and the
name, address, and telephone number of the training course sponsor that issued the
(2) Upon the department's receipt of the fee required under section 14 1 and a copy of a certificate of successful course completion under subsection (1)
or of a copy of a certificate of successful refresher course completion, the director
shall issue a numbered certificate of accreditation or certificate of reaccreditation
to the student. The numbered certificate of accreditation or certificate of reaccreditation shall
include the name of the student, the course completed, and the annual expiration date
for accreditation or reaccreditation.
(3) Within 10 calendar days after issuing certificates of successful course completion,
the sponsor of an approved training course shall supply the department with a list
of those persons to whom the certificates of successful completion were issued. The list shall be maintained by the department and shall include each person's name,
social security number, and home address, the discipline for which the certificate
was issued, and the date of the certificate.
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