(a) Each director of admissions and each full-time instructor employed by a career
school or college must meet the minimum qualification and training requirements established
by commission rule.
(b) The chief administrative officer of or an owner with supervisory authority over
a career school or college must meet the minimum qualification and training requirements
established by commission rule.
(c) The commission shall require a person described by Subsection (a) or (b) to complete
not less than six hours each year of continuing education applicable to the position.
(d) The commission by rule shall establish the minimum qualification and training
requirements and continuing education requirements for each position to which this
(e) In accordance with rules adopted for that purpose, the commission shall approve
appropriate entities that the commission determines are qualified to provide the continuing
education or training courses required by this section. In approving an entity under this subsection, the commission shall consider the
entity's ability to offer a curriculum that:
(1) addresses the applicable requirements for the positions for which the education
or training is provided;
(2) addresses the statutes, rules, and federal regulations or guidelines applicable
to the positions;
(3) includes any criteria required to receive or retain accreditation from a nationally
recognized organization; and
(4) addresses any other curriculum needs of a continuing education or training course
established under this section.
(f) Each career school or college shall maintain records of any continuing education
or training received by school or college officials or personnel and shall make the
records available for inspection during regular business hours on the premises of
the school. The records must indicate for which position the continuing education or training
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