Form F-20 "Application for Course Certification" - Alaska

What Is Form F-20?

This is a legal form that was released by the Alaska Department of Public Safety - a government authority operating within Alaska. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on December 19, 2016;
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ALASKA POLICE
STANDARDS COUNCIL
450 WHITTER STREET
F-20
ALASKA POLICE STANDARDS COUNCIL
P.O. BOX 111200
JUNEAU, AK 99811-1200
Ph: 907 465-4525
APPLICATION FOR COURSE CERTIFICATION
Fax: 907 465-3263
School Director or Coordinator
Rank/Title
Department/Agency
Phone
Address
Fax
Course Title
Classroom Location (s)
Date (s)
Expected Enrollment
Total Hours
Are you inviting officers from
surrounding areas?
Yes
No
If no, reason:
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE CURRICULUM OR CALENDAR FOR THIS SECTION. ALL INSTRUCTORS MUST BE CERTIFIED OR
INSTRUCTOR LISTING
RECOGNIZED AND THEIR TOPICS MUST BE LISTED ON THIS FORM; CONTINUE ON REVERSE SIDE IF NECESSARY.
INSTRUCTOR
AGENCY
TOPIC
Signature (Department head or academy director)
Approved
Date
APSC
USE
Information contained on this form will be used by the council for purposes of determining the applicant’s eligibility for employment and certification.
APSC 12/19/2016
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ALASKA POLICE
STANDARDS COUNCIL
450 WHITTER STREET
F-20
ALASKA POLICE STANDARDS COUNCIL
P.O. BOX 111200
JUNEAU, AK 99811-1200
Ph: 907 465-4525
APPLICATION FOR COURSE CERTIFICATION
Fax: 907 465-3263
School Director or Coordinator
Rank/Title
Department/Agency
Phone
Address
Fax
Course Title
Classroom Location (s)
Date (s)
Expected Enrollment
Total Hours
Are you inviting officers from
surrounding areas?
Yes
No
If no, reason:
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE CURRICULUM OR CALENDAR FOR THIS SECTION. ALL INSTRUCTORS MUST BE CERTIFIED OR
INSTRUCTOR LISTING
RECOGNIZED AND THEIR TOPICS MUST BE LISTED ON THIS FORM; CONTINUE ON REVERSE SIDE IF NECESSARY.
INSTRUCTOR
AGENCY
TOPIC
Signature (Department head or academy director)
Approved
Date
APSC
USE
Information contained on this form will be used by the council for purposes of determining the applicant’s eligibility for employment and certification.
APSC 12/19/2016
1
INSTRUCTIONS
Submit application to the APSC at least 30 days prior to start of classes. F-20s can be
received via email, fax, or postal mail.
Please Attach:
1. course lesson plan and outline;
2. the information requested in 13 AAC 87.010(b)(1-7) if applicable; and
3. instructor application (s) for certification (APSC form F-9), if not already awarded
APSC instructor certificate.
When the course is completed, the sponsoring department is requested to:
1. Issue each successful student some verification of course completion, whether it
be a certificate, an APSC form F-6, letter or memo. Such documentation should
include essential course information: course title, specific date(s) and place
given, number of hours, and (if applicable final grade).
2. Send the APSC copies of the verification mentioned above, or a roster including
essential course information as well as the names and agencies of successful
students. This information will be placed in the APSC's course and officer files.
Please tell students you are sending verification to the APSC so they need not do
so.
The information requested is 13 AAC 87.010(b)(1-7) is listed below:
1. The name of the institution, its governing body, and its instructors.
2. The institution’s policy and regulations with respect to leave, absences, class
cuts, make-up work, tardiness, and interruption for unsatisfactory attendance.
3. The institution’s policy and regulations with respect to standards of progress
required of students, including the policy or regulation setting out the grading
system of the institution, the minimum grades considered satisfactory, conditions
for interruption for unsatisfactory grades or progress, the probationary period, if
any, allowed by the institution, and conditions of re-entrance for those students
dismissed for unsatisfactory progress.
4. The institution’s policy and regulations relating to student conduct and conditions
for dismissal for unsatisfactory conduct.
5. A detailed schedule of fees, charges for tuition, books, supplies, tools, student
activities, service charges, rentals, deposits, and all other charges.
6. A description of the available space, facilities, and equipment.
7. An outline for each course which is part of the program, describing the content,
skill to be achieved, and approximate classroom hours to be spent on each topic.
The following form can be used to provide the requested information.
Information contained on this form will be used by the council for purposes of determining the applicant’s eligibility for employment and certification.
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Please submit F-20 and course lesson plan and outline for each course requesting
certification. The lesson plan must include applicable information requested in 13 AAC
87.010(b)(1-7). A lesson plan submitted without this information will not be processed.
Please indicate the page number of your lesson plan where the item is addressed. If the
item is not applicable, please indicate the reason in lieu of the page number.
Course Title:
(b) An application for certification under this section shall be submitted on a form prescribed by the council
and must be accompanied by the following information, where applicable:
(1) the name of the institution, its governing body and its instructors;
(2) institution policy and regulations with respect to leave, absences, class cuts, make-up work, tardiness, and
interruptions for unsatisfactory attendance;
(3) institution policy and regulations with respect to standards of progress required of students, including the
policy or regulation setting out the grading system of the institution, the minimum grades considered satisfac-
tory, conditions for interruption for unsatisfactory grades or progress, the probationary period, if any, allowed
by the institution, and conditions of re-entrance for those students dismissed for unsatisfactory progress;
(4) institution policy and regulations relating to student conduct and conditions for dismissal for unsatisfactory
conduct;
(5) a detailed schedule of fees, charges for tuition, books, supplies, tools, student activities, service charges,
rentals, deposits, and all other charges;
(6) a description of the available space, facilities, and equipment; and
(7) an outline for each course which is part of the program, describing the content, skill to be achieved,
and approximate classroom hours to be spent on each topic.
Information contained on this form will be used by the council for purposes of determining the applicant’s eligibility for employment and certification.
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