DUI Course (Take REMOTE CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION via Zoom from Home)

$260.00



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Description

This 20-hour Education course contains new information about alcohol and drugs and is presented in an enlightening way. The curriculum used is Prime For Life. Each student will receive a Prevention Research Institute (PRI) Study Guide that summarizes the material covered in class and contains our course activities. The cost of the classroom portion, including your workbook, is $260. Your fee must be paid on or before the first day of the class.

DUI Classes are 3 days and are taught most weekends: Saturday 9am to 6pm, Sunday 9am-6pm, and Monday 6pm-10pm. You can now attend Remote Classroom through Zoom. There is no need for you to come to our office for any part of our course.

Emergency Rule allowing Remote Classroom Instruction

(Pursuant to O.C.G.A Secs. 50-13-3, 50-13-4, and 50-13-6.)

GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF DRIVER SERVICES

Filed March 13, 2020.

Emergency Rule 375-5-2-0.1-.10 entitled “Remote Classroom Instruction” is hereby adopted as attached hereto.

Statutory Authority O.C.G.A. 40-16-2, 40-16-3, and 50-13-4.

Under the authority granted to the Commissioner of Department of Driver Services, the Commissioner has determined that an Emergency Rule is hereby necessary to provide for remote classroom instruction for Driver Training, Commercial Driver Training, Driver Improvement Clinic, and DUI Alcohol or Drug Use Risk Reduction programs certified and monitored by the Department. A licensed Driver Training, Commercial Driving Training, Driver Improvement Clinic, and DUI Alcohol or Drug Use Risk Reduction programs may utilize remote services for classroom instruction and the administration of assessments. DUI Alcohol or Drug Use Risk Reduction providers may utilize remote services for both components of the Risk Reduction program. Such instruction, training, and assessments may be done via web services, such as, but not limited to, Skype, Zoom, Web Ex. Schools utilizing such methods must notify the Department and keep rosters of students enrolled in these programs pursuant to existing rules and regulations of the Department. Such programs shall continue to be subject to all monitoring, training, and auditing pursuant to existing rules and regulations of the Department.

 

Spencer R. Moore, Commissioner

Department of Driver Services