1. Conducts classes instructing students on the effects of alcohol and/or drug use on driving skills, physical & mental health, family, employment, etc. to clients enrolled in the DUI Program following the guidelines outlined by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Rules for DUI Programs, Chapter 15A-10.022. 2. Utilizes approved curriculum guide for each course with appropriate handouts. 3. Takes attendance accurately and completely for all course sessions. 4. Delivers the curriculum using didactic educational methodologies. 5. Answers questions posed by students within the scope of the instructor's knowledge and expertise; refers students to appropriate program resources for all other information. 6. Maintains order in the classroom and creates an environment favorable to learning and development. 7. Communicates with other DUI Program staff on individual students, as needed, to share information for client file. Documents any unusual incidents or observations of any behavior that should be noted on the Student Observation/Incident Report. For the Level II course, all duties and responsibilities described above, except: 8. Delivers the approved curriculum where the educational methodology is more interactive and conducted in smaller groups. Group facilitation skills are utilized to assist students in looking at the role that alcohol and/or drugs have played in their lives.