|(a) All Offender Education Programs must use the applicable
curriculum approved in §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.
(b) All courses must be taught by a certified Instructor
for the applicable Offender Education Program. Each Instructor must
be physically present in the classroom with all of the participants
for each class. A single Instructor must teach the entire course for
all Offender Education Programs, with the exception of DWI Intervention
Programs, which may allow team-teaching utilizing no more than two
(c) The Offender Education Program/Provider must provide
the Program/Provider certification number and the Instructor certification
number for the particular Program and course to each participant and
provide information regarding how to file a complaint with the department
to each participant.
(d) Offender Education Programs must require participants
to attend all class sessions within a course in the proper sequence.
(e) The Program 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 Program 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 Administrator or course Instructor, or
under their direct supervision.
(g) The Administrator or course Instructor for each
Offender Education 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 required
to be administered indicate a potential substance abuse problem requiring
(h) All required registration, initial data collection,
and administration of the Screening Instrument must be completed before
commencement of the first class session.
(i) At the end of each course, the course Instructor
for each Offender Education Program must administer a participant
(j) The course Instructor for all Offender Education
Programs shall conduct an exit interview with each participant, as
outlined in the applicable educational program manual.