Mandatory log-out for inactivity. A course must log students completely out of the course after fifteen (15) minutes of inactivity.
The timer must be a background function that is set to log out at fifteen (15) minutes when the student is not actively engaged in the
course. If the student is logged out for lack of interactivity, the student is to be returned to the start of the unit of instruction where
the inactivity was detected, and the student identity verification shall be required.
Time Zone Consideration: Some course providers may offer courses to students who are participating from multiple time zones.
Course providers must give consideration to this fact, schedule start time accordingly, and set student and instructor expectations
such that all interaction can be completed within the required time period. A person shall not receive credit for more than 10 hours
of pre licensure education credit per day, A.A.C. R4-28-401(E)
. A provider shall verify that the 10 hour per day instruction
requirement has not been violated.
Course Outline. All applications must be complete at time of submission. Courses must be organized and divided into fifty (50)
minute instructional segments, with those segments organized into multiple units of instruction. Application must include a very
detailed course outline of the entire proposed course material with sufficient detail to clearly identify the course scope and content.
Each unit of instruction must be delivered in a manner that supports the learning objective of the course. The outline must identify:
1). The nature of each subject matter and each specific topic, according to the
ADRE Detailed Instructor Outline Prescribed
Curriculum Salesperson’s License, 2). Specific time allocations for each topic; 3). Topic placement within the instruction; 4). A
desired instruction outcome stating the relevant and unique proposed course learning objective for each instructional segment, and,
5). The teaching method(s) applied. The outline must be presented in 12 point type. The ADRE provided School Administrator
Attestation must be signed by the authorized School Administrator.
Student Final Course Evaluation. Course providers must have a means by which to measure student satisfaction through an
online end of course student course evaluation provided to the student before the exam. Course providers must be prepared to
demonstrate that end-of-course evaluations are being submitted by the student and that substantive feedback is being incorporated in
the course material. Course providers must use the ADRE prelicensure course evaluation form, covering both content and instructor
delivery (click here), School Administrator must be prepared to demonstrate that “end-of-course” evaluations are being
completed. All course evaluations must be retained by the school according to course number for five years from course
School End-of-Course In Person (Final) Exam. All online pre licensing courses are required to have an end-of-course school
comprehensive examination covering the content of the course delivered on a lock down browser in person and online at the
approved school or in person with an independent third party proctor selected by the school according to ADRE guidelines. Final
school examination requirements shall contain a minimum of the following, 1) Not less than 150 questions with only one
correct best answer; 2) Final exam questions must be pulled from a question bank with a 2:1 ratio (300 question bank); 3)
Questions must be related to the subject and content of the entire course, and proportionally reflect all major learning objectives
(topics) covered in the teaching objectives of the course and may not contain true/false questions; 4) Exam must consist of
multiple choice questions with at least four options for each question/item; 5) Questions must be of sufficient rigor that they
support the courses learning objectives, test the student’s knowledge, and ensure the student’s comprehension and retention of the
material; 6) Final exam may not count toward the overall time of the course; 7) A minimum 75% passing ratio must be
achieved on the final exam before a school course completion certificate is issued; and 8) If end-of-module quiz questions are
included in the final exam, they must be randomly re-ordered and/or have the answers reordered. The applicant (i.e. student)
must complete an examination of the course online in person, at the approved school, or online in person with an independent
third party proctor selected by the school. The exam shall not be taken on any device provided by the student, i.e. personal
computer, tablet, or phone. The student shall utilize the same student identity authentication during the in person final exam as
was used throughout the course, in compliance with General Course Setup, section 3, See Substantive Policy Statement
2019.01 Online Pre Licensing Education Course and Learning Guidelines.
Online Pre License School Exam Proctor Certification Form. The school offering a third party proctor shall complete a
prescribed Department Online Pre License School Exam Proctor Certification Form, and provide it to the proctor in advance of the
in person school exam. After each examination is administered, the proctor should complete the remainder of the form and return it
to the school. Upon receipt of the completed form, the school must immediately submit it to ADRE through the ADRE Message
Center at www.azre.gov. See Substantive Policy Statement 2019.01 Online Pre Licensing Education Course and Learning
Guidelines for acceptable third party proctors and minimum standards for proctor responsibilities. The school administrator is
responsible to ensure the proctor follows the established school policy and procedure to administer the in person final school online
Course Completion Certificate. After students pass the school final exam, and after the course evaluation form is completed, each
student shall receive a fully completed ADRE required Student Course Completion Certificate (click here), which includes: 1) the
name of course provider; 2) the course title; 3) the course number; 4) the course start date; 5) the course completion date; 6) hours
awarded; 7) the Student’s name; 8) school certification number associated with the online course with the letter “A” at the end of
the school certification number; and 9) the School’s contact information. Note: Only the School Administrator shall complete and
sign the Student Course Completion Certificates. Providers (schools) are not to have a student fill in the information on their own
course completion certificate.
Instructions not a part of the Application; do not file with ADRE