A. The Board shall issue a certificate of qualification to be a preceptor in the AIT program if the following conditions are met:
(1) The preceptor holds and has held a license from the Board for 1 year or longer;
(2) The proposed preceptor has been satisfactorily employed in nursing home administration for a minimum of 3 years as the nursing home administrator of record;
(3) The proposed preceptor has no disciplinary action pending nor is currently under investigation by the State Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators;
(4) Persons seeking certification as preceptors in the AIT program shall submit evidence of the successful completion of a Board-approved training program for preceptors; and
(5) The proposed preceptor:
(a) Has been employed full time as a nursing home administrator of record for a minimum of 2 of the past 3 years immediately before application to precept; or
(b) Meets the following qualifications:
(i) Works on the same property as the nursing home where the AIT program will be conducted and meets the standard in Regulation .02B(7)(b) of this chapter;
(ii) Is able to demonstrate to the Board the proposed preceptorís active, direct, and material management and daily operations of the nursing home; and
(iii) Has been actively licensed as a nursing home administrator for a minimum of 5 years immediately before application to precept.
B. If the proposed preceptor has not precepted an AIT program within the past 5 years, the proposed preceptor shall recertify as a preceptor by completing a Board-approved training program.
C. The Board may disapprove a preceptor for a training program:
(1) If the preceptor has failed to remain in compliance with this chapter; or
(2) At any time for good cause.