|(a) Except where noted, the program and course requirements
in this chapter apply to in-person and online court-ordered programs.
(b) All court-ordered programs must use the applicable
curriculum approved under §90.40, including all required videos,
slides or transparencies, participant workbooks, booklets, and other
resources or written materials. The applicable curriculum must be
presented in the prescribed manner and sequence.
(c) A single instructor must teach the entire course
for all programs, except for DWI Intervention Programs, which may
allow team-teaching utilizing no more than two instructors.
(d) Instructors must require participants to complete
all class modules within a course in the proper sequence.
(e) The program provider must make provisions for persons
unable to read and/or speak English. All classes in a single course
must be taught in the same language.
(f) The instructor must screen each participant and
offer appropriate referral information to the participant, based upon
the numerical score and accompanying referral recommendations on the
approved screening instrument required to be administered. The screening
instrument must be administered by the instructor, or under the instructor's
(g) The program provider or instructor for each program
must make available a current listing or roster of available chemical
dependency counseling and treatment resources in the area to each
participant whose numerical score and accompanying referral recommendations
on the approved screening instrument indicate a potential substance
abuse problem requiring further evaluation.
(h) All required registration, initial data collection,
and administration of the screening instrument must be completed before
commencement of the first class module.
(i) At the end of each course, the instructor for each
program must administer a participant course evaluation.
(j) The instructor for all programs must conduct an
exit interview with each participant, as outlined in the applicable
educational program manual.