Withdrawal of Approval by the Board
(1)The Board may withdraw approval at any time upon finding any of the following:
(a)That the course owner/affiliated entity provided false or misleading information in connection with an application for course approval or renewal;
(b)That a course is not being conducted in the manner represented at the time approval was granted or that a course no longer complies with the criteria for approval or renewal;
(c)That the course owner/affiliated entity does not enforce policies relating to course prerequisites, instructor qualifications, student attendance or course scheduling;
(d)That the course owner/affiliated entity misrepresents approval of a course by the Board in any manner, including failure to indicate in any advertising or other material claiming Board approval the number of classroom hours credit awarded when the credit hours awarded are less than the actual number of scheduled classroom hours;
(e)That the course owner/affiliated entity misrepresents any material fact relating to a course;
(f)That the course owner/affiliated entity has failed to maintain for a period of at least five years accurate records of students’ course completion and to fill, within a reasonable period of time, requests for course completion letters or certificates from former students who satisfactorily completed a course;
(g)That the course owner/affiliated entity has failed to comply with any provisions of these rules.
(2)The Board shall notify the course owner/affiliated entity in writing of the reasons for the withdrawal of approval. The Board will also notify the course owner/affiliated entity that they shall have a period of sixty days following the date of such notice during which the course owner/affiliated entity may appeal the decision to withdraw course approval by requesting a contested case hearing in accordance with ORS Chapter 183 (Administrative Procedures Act).
Rule 161-020-0070 — Withdrawal of Approval by the Board,