(1) The department shall:
(a) develop a curriculum meeting the requirements of ARM 42.13.907;
(b) update the curriculum following each legislative session;
(c) conduct a full review of the curriculum every five years;
(d) issue determinations on state trainer applications within 30 days of the recruitment period closing;
(e) facilitate the training of state trainers;
(f) provide training materials;
(g) grade exams; and
(h) issue proof of training documents.
(2) A state trainer shall:
(a) provide a minimum of three hours of training utilizing the department's curriculum;
(b) adhere to the department's curriculum delivery requirements;
(c) establish the time and location of training sessions;
(d) administer an exam provided by the department;
(e) submit the attendance roster and all completed exams to the department within two weeks of a training session; and
(f) abide by all applicable laws, regulations, and policies concerning the confidentiality of participants' information.
(3) The department shall not compensate state trainers for providing training. State trainers may charge participants up to $15 per person for each training session.