An independent Board
responsible for the administration of the Emergency Services Instructor Certification Program in accord with Code of
Maryland Regulations 13B.03.01
We hope you will find this site useful in answering questions you
may have concerning the State of Maryland's instructor certification system,
and encourage your feedback and suggestions. If you have any questions or
comments concerning the certification process, you can contact the Board's
administrative office at the University of Maryland by calling 301-226-9962 or
email the MICRB at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE NEXT MEETING OF THE MICRB IS SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 2020. THE APPLICATION DEADLINE IS CLOSE OF BUSINESS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2020.
The following instructors are due to recertify at that time:
The Spring 2020 Skills Weekend is rapidly approaching!
If you have candidates, please submit them using the following format:
Spring 2020 Instructor Skills will be held on the following
Skills Enhancement Weekend: Saturday and Sunday,
April 18 and 19
Skills Weekend: Saturday and Sunday, May 2 and 3
Please submit the following candidate information from your
region/academy by Friday, April 3, 2020 to Deb at email@example.com.
Last five of Social Security number
Discipline (EMS, Fire, Hazardous Materials, or
Management Skills will still be evaluated via portfolio
method of experience and training credentials using the required matrix sheet.
Please submit any candidates for Management Skills to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, please forward to contacts at the appropriate
academy level programs and any MICRB approved organization.
At the July 11, 2018 meeting of the Maryland Instructor Certification Review Board, the Board unanimously approved a policy and procedures for permission to begin the reentry process. The purpose of the policy is to ensure that instructors whose certification has lapsed have approval from the MICRB to begin the reentry process. Instructors without approval from the MICRB to begin the reentry process are in violation of COMAR, and thus both the instructor and the sponsoring agency assume the associated liabilities. Instructors who have NOT been approved by the MICRB are prohibited from teaching or representing themselves as MICRB-certified State Emergency Services Instructors.
This policy is effective immediately. Any requests for reentry submitted for approval at the next meeting will NOT be accepted without the required documentation.