Instruction & Evaluation
The instruction and evaluation given to candidates in order to achieve certification is critical to ensuring a quality program. Training and evaluation of students must be accomplished by qualified individuals, working in conjunction with approved delivery agencies.
Evaluation of the student for certification is a critical link in the total preparedness of the individual. Student evaluations must be accomplished by qualified Level II Instructors serving as proctors. The evaluation itself must be separate and distinct from the training process.
Practical examinations are intended to measure manipulative skills and will follow guidelines set forth under the Policy for Testing manual. Candidates will test 100% of the practical skills for each certification. A score of 70% or above shall constitute a passing grade for the candidate.
The written exam measures the cognitive skills of the Driver/Operator and must follow the guidelines set forth under the Policy for Testing manual. The examination will be randomly generated and provided to the evaluator by the delivery agency. A score of 70% or above shall constitute a passing grade for the candidate.