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How do I become an evaluator, lead evaluator or instructor for NASAR?
Instructors and evaluators have two slightly different routes to becoming what they are. First, lets discuss instructors.
To become an instructor you have two choices, you may take the course you want to teach and score an 80% or better on the test. Then you submit an application, and have a background verification processed. Once those are completed, you mentor teach the course until you are ready to teach it on your own. The alternate is an equivalency, you submit an application that includes a letter of endorsement from your agency having jurisdiction saying you are capable of teaching the course for them and then you also provide a background verification. NASAR reviews this equivalency and will decide if ti meets our standards and notify you of your status. The forms for applying to become and instructor or evaluator are on the website in the forms & applications area.
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