Instructor Requirements
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)



How can I become a certified instructor?
What do I do if I applied for instructor certification and received a form CJSTC 271?
What do I need to do if my Instructor Techniques course is more than four years?
When does my instructor certification expire?
How do I maintain my General Instructor Certification?
What do I have to do if my General Instructor Certification has lapsed?
How do I become a certified instructor in the high-liability topics of Firearms, Defensive Tactics, First Aid or Vehicle Operations?
What do I need to do if my High-Liability Instructor course is more than four years old and I want to become a certified high-liability instructor?
When does my high liability instructor certification expire?
How do I maintain my high-liability instructor certification(s)?
What do I have to do if my high-liability certification has lapsed?
How do I become certified as an instructor in the specialized topic areas of Criminal Justice Driving, Speed Measurement, Canine Team Instructor, and Breath Test Operator?
When does my specialized topic instructor certification expire?
How do I maintain my specialized topic instructor certification(s)?
What do I have to do if my specialized topic certification has lapsed?
Where can I find the Florida Administrative Code Rules related to instructor certification?