• ADAP Certification
    Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program 
    By law, Georgia teens under the age of 18 are required to successfully complete ADAP in order to obtain their Class D Georgia driver’s license. In most cases, teens are able to complete ADAP through their high school. In some instances, however, teens may not be able to complete ADAP through their high school. This is especially true of teens that are home-schooled, have moved to Georgia from another state, or were absent from school when the classroom course was offered. In the past, these teens have relied exclusively on “make-up” classes taught by instructors certified by the DDS at various locations around the state. Teens that are unable to complete ADAP through their high school have two options, both of which are free of charge:
    Please visit this webiste for more information about ADAP: https://dds.georgia.gov/alcohol-and-drug-awareness-program-adapeadap

    FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
    1. What is eADAP? 

      eADAP is the acronym for the electronic Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program.

    2. What is the difference between ADAP and eADAP? 

      ADAP is the traditional course taught in a classroom setting.

      eADAP is an internet-based version of the traditional ADAP course, which is designed for qualifying teens that are otherwise not able to take the traditional ADAP course through their school.

    3. Can anyone take eADAP and what is a qualifying student? 

      Currently, eADAP is only intended for those qualifying teens that are unable to take the traditional classroom ADAP course through their public or private high school. 
      Examples of a qualifying condition are listed below:

      • Teens that are home-schooled.
      • New students that missed the classroom ADAP course.
      • Students that did not pass the classroom ADAP course.
      • Students with scheduling conflicts (i.e. band, ROTC, and athletics).
      • Students that turn 16 the semester prior to the classroom ADAP course being offered.
      • Students enrolled in a GED program.
    4. Can siblings and/or teen relatives use the same e-mail address to register for eADAP? 

      No.  Every student enrolling for eADAP must have a unique email address.

    5. Are there any fees associated with eADAP? 

      No.  The course is free of charge.

    6. Who is required to take ADAP? 

      Georgia law requires that anyone under the age of 18 must complete ADAP in order to obtain their Georgia driver’s license.

    7. How does eADAP work and how do I register? 

      An overview of eADAP enrollment information can be found here.

    8. After completing the final exam, I was not able to print my eADAP certificate. How can I obtain my certificate? 

      First, download Adobe Acrobat Reader here (http://get.adobe.com/reader/ ).
      Next, try refreshing your browser. Then go here ( https://online.dds.ga.gov/eadap/ ) and 
      click “Print Student Certificate” and enter the required information. If you continue to experience 
      problems, email eADAPSupport@dds.ga.gov. Be sure to include your first and last name, your 
      date of birth, your email address, and a brief description of the problem. 

    9. I just self-registered for eADAP. When can I expect to receive my username and password? 

      Your eADAP username and password will be emailed to you via the email address you provided 
      during registration. In most cases, it takes less than 10 minutes to receive your username and 
      password. Make sure to check your email and your SPAM folder.

    10. I lost my original eADAP certificate. Can I print a replacement certificate from eADAP? 

      Yes. Click on “Print Student Certificate” from the eADAP main menu and enter all the required information. 

      If you are unable to print your certificate, send an email to eADAPsupport@dds.ga.gov requesting a copy. Include your phone number, full name, birth date and email address.