An emergency medical technician instructor must:
(1) possess valid certification, registration, or licensure as an EMT, EMT-1, EMT-P, physician, physician's assistant, or registered nurse;
(2) have two years of active emergency medical practical experience;
(3) be recommended by a medical director of a licensed hospital, ambulance service, or training program approved by the board; and
(4) successfully complete the United States Department of Transportation Emergency Medical Services Instructor Training Program or its equivalent as approved by the board.