(1) The board shall license an applicant as an ECP at the appropriate licensure level if the applicant:
(a) has successfully completed an ECP course of instruction at or above the level of requested licensure;
(b) possesses a current active or inactive NREMT certification equal to or greater than the level applied for, or successfully completes a written and practical third-party examination approved by the board, or provides a current unrestricted EMR, EMT, AEMT, or paramedic license or certification in another state in which the applicant was originally tested and which has a complaint process;
(c) provides all the information necessary to establish eligibility for licensure according to the board's requirements;
(d) has obtained a high school diploma or equivalency; and
(e) is 18 years of age or older.