In this Part:
approved traffic course means a course of study or training conducted by a government agency or an association that is approved under Division 4.
approved traffic course provider means the person, association or body that conducts an approved traffic course.
association means:(a) an association registered under the Associations Incorporation Act 2009, or(b) an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporation within the meaning of the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 of the Commonwealth.
government agency means any person, department or body exercising executive or administrative functions on behalf of the Government.
guidelines means guidelines issued by the Minister under Division 5.
program means the program of measures described in Division 3.
program participation order means a grant of bail by, or other order of, the Local Court made in respect of a traffic offender for the purpose of allowing the offender to participate in the program by undertaking an approved traffic course specified by the Court.
referral means the referral of a traffic offender under a program participation order for participation in the program by undertaking an approved traffic course.
referred traffic offender means a traffic offender who is the subject of a program participation order.
traffic offence means an offence under the road transport legislation (within the meaning of the Road Transport (General) Act 2005).Note.
Road transport legislation is defined in section 5 of the Road Transport (General) Act 2005 as:(a) that Act,(e) the Motor Vehicles Taxation Act 1988,(f) any other Act or regulation (or any provision of such an Act or regulation) prescribed by the regulations under the Road Transport (General) Act 2005,(g) any statutory rule made under any Act referred to in paragraphs (a)–(e) above.
traffic offender means a person who has pleaded guilty to, or has been found guilty of, a traffic offence before the Local Court where that offence is an offence in respect of which an intervention program may be conducted as provided by section 348 of the Act.
victim has the same meaning as victim of crime has for the purposes of the Victims Rights Act 1996.
working day means any day that is not a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday.