What is the ILEA’s current process for instructor recertification?

Published 06/23/2008 08:21 AM   |    Updated 09/10/2015 10:46 AM
What is the ILEA's current process for instructor recertification?

PRIMARY INSTRUCTOR -

  • Document twelve hours of instruction per year, thirty six hours over three years (See Documenting Instructional Hours)
  • Complete an Instructor Application
  • Submit both documents to the Executive Director, Law Enforcement Training Board
  • There is no grace period for instructor re-certifications.

PSYCHOMOTOR SKILLS INSTRUCTOR -

  • Document twelve hours of instruction per year in each psychomotor skill possessed (ex. EVO and Firearms Instructor would require twenty-four hours per year or seventy-two hours over three years)
  • Complete an Instructor Application
  • Submit both documents to the Executive Director, Law Enforcement Training Board
  • There is no grace period for instructor re-certifications.

ACADEMY STAFF INSTRUCTOR

  • Document twelve hours of training per year, thirty six hours over three years
  • Complete an Instructor Application
  • Submit both documents to the Executive Director, Law Enforcement Training Board
  • There is no grace period for instructor re-certifications.

MASTER INSTRUCTOR

  • Document twelve hours of training per year, thirty-six hours over three years
  • Document the evaluation of at least three programs or instructors per year, these hours can count towards the instructional hour requirement
  • Complete an Instructor Application
  • Submit all documentation to the Executive Director, Law Enforcement Training Board

PROVISIONAL INSTRUCTOR

  • Must renew certification yearly
  • There is no instructor card or certificate issued, validation is by letter
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