Please read the entire description and rules for the course. Pre-requisite each student must hold a valid nationally recognized CPR certification. The Basic Telecommunicator Licensing Course is designed to provide the new telecommunicator with an understanding of the emergency communications environment, and the core competencies in both emergency and non-emergency required by the commission for licensing. The course consists of 80 hours of curriculum including ten objectives as set forth by the commission. Upon passing the curriculum the student will be eligible to site for the Telecommunicator Licensing exam. Hyperlinks to mandatory documents must be filled out and emailed to email@example.com prior to acceptance into the course. The Documents may also be found on the TCOLE website via this hyperlink: http://www.tcole.texas.gov/sites/default/files/FormsAppsPubs/ATP%2015.003%20Declaration%20of%20Licensing%20Course%20Enrollment%20Eligibility%2012.3.2019.pdf http://www.tcole.texas.gov/sites/default/files/FormsAppsPubs/AGF%2003.001%20Law%20Enforcement%20Agency%20Audit%20Checklist%204.30.2018.pdf
The students of this course are held to very high standards because of the licensing aspect. Rules of the Course
Students are expected to be on time 0800 hrs.
Students are required to wear their agency uniform. If no uniform, casual business attire.
Student will be given 5 Objective Exams.
Failure of an exam will result in a make-up exam. The original test score will stand for course average. Failure of a make-up exam will result in dismissal from the course.
Failure of three exams will result in dismissal from the course.
Students must hold and maintain at least a 75 average after the 3rd exam. Students will be dismissed from the course if their average falls below a 75.
This course will require students bring a laptop or tablet to complete the course work and exams.
The additional images/documents must be filled out and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to acceptance into the course.
The Documents may also be found on the TCOLE website via this hyperlink: