Terms used in these rules have the following meaning:
(a) “ADAP” means the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program administered by the Department of Driver Services.
(b) “Certificate of Completion” means a standardized numbered certificate prescribed by the Department and issued by the instructor or school administrator to all students who successfully complete the ADAP course and pass a written examination with a score of at least 70.
(c) “Clock hour” means fifty minutes of instruction in a sixty minute period.
(d) “Curriculum” an approved four (4) hour course to provide instructions to young people of this State regarding the dangers of alcohol and drug use as it relates to the operation of motor vehicles.
(e) “Department” means the Department of Driver Services.
(f) “Replacement Certificate” means a certificate issued by the Department to a student who has successfully completed the course and has lost or been unable to locate the original Certificate of Completion.
(g) “Instructor” means an employee of the Department, local and state law enforcement officers, teachers certified by the Georgia Board of Education in Health Education, Health and Physical Education and Driver and Safety Education, or other individuals who has been approved by the Department to provide instruction in the ADAP curriculum.
(h) “Monitor” means a compliance analyst approved by the Department for the purpose of monitoring ADAP classes in order to determine that the instructor is teaching the material contained in the ADAP workbook or instructor manual.
(i) “Student” means a person between the ages of 13 and 17 years of age required by Georgia law to complete the ADAP course prior to issuance of a Georgia Class “D” provisional driver’s license.
(j) “Student Roster” a document listing the class instructor, class location, date, student’s full name, date of birth and whether the student passed or failed the course.