New Mexico Administrative Code
Title 7 - HEALTH

Universal Citation: 7 NM Admin Code

Current through Register Vol. 35, No. 6, March 26, 2024

A licensee:

A. shall adhere strictly to the requirements of this rule;

B. shall notify the bureau at least thirty (30) days in advance if the DWI school intends to cease operations;

C. shall make all DWI school records available for inspection and copying by the bureau or its designee at any time; a licensee shall maintain all hard copies and electronic versions of its records for a minimum of three (3) years for each student receiving instruction, including students who passed, failed, withdrew, cancelled, or transferred to another school; the records shall be updated for each course;

D. shall:

(1) at the time of enrollment and on a quarterly basis thereafter, provide the bureau with a student report, on a form prepared or approved by the bureau; if no course is held during the quarter, the licensee shall submit a student report indicating the same; and

(2) submit a $50.00 per student fee to the bureau, unless other arrangements have been made with the bureau in advance;

E. shall have a written refund policy and a written reschedule policy which must be issued to each student upon enrollment;

F. shall, upon request, provide each student with a form prepared by the bureau that allows the student or the student's parent to notify the bureau regarding a comment or concern about the school or a facilitator;

G. shall notify the bureau of:

(1) any changes in address ten (10) days before opening for business at the new location;

(2) the addition or closing of extension sites within ten (10) days of their opening or closing; and

(3) the addition or deletion of facilitators within ten (10) days of their hiring or leaving;

H. shall conduct all school operations in a professional and courteous manner;

I. shall operate all extension sites under the name used for the main school site and be accountable for all extension site operations;

J. shall notify the sentencing court or other appropriate agency in writing within five (5) working days if a student fails to attend any session of the program or fails to complete the program within three (3) months of enrollment;

K. may use the phrases "licensed by the traffic safety bureau" or "curriculum approved by the traffic safety bureau" but may not otherwise use the word "approved" or any of its synonyms in its advertising or promotional materials;

L. upon ceasing operations for any reason, shall make all DWI school records available for inspection or copying by the bureau or its designee at any time, and shall return all unused completion certificates to the bureau within ten (10) days of the school ceasing operation; for any certificates not returned within ten (10) days of the school ceasing operation, the bureau shall notify the appropriate authority that the certificates are no longer valid.

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