(1) The curriculum format must be approved by the Department.
(2) All videos utilized in conducting ADAP classes must be submitted to the Department for approval.
(3) The course shall consist of four (4) sessions relating to:
(a) Alcohol and driving;
(b) Other drugs and driving;
(c) Georgia law and insurance;
(d) Summary and safe driving.
(a) The instructor shall distribute all materials provided by the Department, including, but not limited to the following:
(i) Student workbooks;
(ii) Pamphlets when available;
(iii) Certificates of Completion;
(iv) Videos related to alcohol and drug use and safe driving.
(b) Additional relevant materials may also be used and distributed.
(5) Instructors shall print and distribute certificates to students who achieve a passing grade.
(a) A record of completion of the State’s ADAP program shall be maintained by the Department as reported by the participating school. Certificates of completion may be issued by the participating school in a manner and design approved by the Department.
(b) The Department will maintain records of each student completing the ADAP course for a period of five (5) years or until a student receives a Class “D” provisional driver’s license, whichever occurs first.
(c) The instructor shall provide the principal a competency test score for all students which will be maintained by the local school or school system as a part of each student’s permanent record.
(d) It will be the responsibility of each school principal to make any or all students’ records available for audit at any time by the Department or the State Board of Education.