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The Proper Use Of Student Instructors
You'll need to correctly answer at least 3 of the 4 questions below (at least 75%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: In California, a school owner was forced to pay a $25,000 fine for black belt instructors teaching classes at his school as "uncompensated employees." If you provide free training to black belts only in exchange for teaching classes, it is taxable income to them and it necessitates the appropriate state and federal taxes and withholding. All these problems can be effectively addressed by:
Question #2: A school owner can be found liable in all of the following situations EXCEPT:
Question #3: Under what circumstances would a school owner probably NOT be found negligent per se (presumed negligent) for leaving an 15-year-old girl in charge of the school if a student was injured?
Question #4: The motto of any instructor practicing risk management is "protect the students." All of the following are good, legally safe strategies for selection of the person in charge of class EXCEPT: