Oregon Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division

Rule Rule 333-265-0022
Program Administrator and Faculty Responsibilities

(1) A program administrator is responsible for course planning, the organization and administration of courses, periodic review of courses, program evaluation, and continued development and effectiveness of courses.
(2) A program administrator, or designee, shall report EMT psychomotor evaluations to the National Registry.
(3) A course EMS medical director shall:
(a) Provide medical direction for the didactic, clinical and field internship portions of an EMS provider course; and
(b) Act as the ultimate medical authority regarding course content, procedures and protocols.
(4) A course director for a specific course:
(a) Is responsible for organizing and planning the course, including scheduling lectures, coordinating and arranging clinical rotations, and field internships;
(b) Is the primary instructor, who conducts, is present at, or facilitates at least 50 percent of the didactic instruction sessions, unless this requirement is waived by the Authority in advance;
(c) Must ensure that:
(A) If guest instructors are used, that the guest instructor is qualified to teach the subject matter, meets the requirements set forth in OAR 333-265-0020 (Approved EMT, AEMT, EMT-Intermediate, and Paramedic Course Director), and presents lessons that address all objectives identified in the course curriculum for the topic being presented;
(B) Each student is aware of how to access the EMS provider licensure webpage, create a profile and apply for licensure; and
(C) Written documentation showing whether a student has successfully completed an EMS provider course as described in OAR 333-265-0014 (EMS Provider Course Requirements) is retained in accordance with the educational institution’s policies and procedures.

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