(a) The duties of a counselor as to a client are
     (1) To become as thoroughly familiar as is practicable with the client, utilizing all available sources of information, including but not limited to consultations with the Program Psychologist and the client’s instructor, examination of the records of the judicial proceeding the disposition of which required the client’s participation in the Program, and consultation with any available court personnel involved with the client;
     (2) To assist the client in establishing vocational and social goals to be accomplished by the client as the result of the client’s participation in the Program, which goals shall include the client’s successfully procuring and retaining employment;
     (3) To establish a weekly schedule for meetings with the client in compliance with the rules prescribed pursuant to Section 12;
     (4) To provide advice, counseling and supervision to the client, with due regard for the particular social and economic circumstances surrounding that client’s case, in an effort to fully and efficiently assist the client in accomplishing the goals which have been established for him;
     (5) To keep such records as the Counselor Supervisor may require of each client’s progress in attaining the goals which have been established for him;
     (6) To assist each client in establishing such contacts with businesses and social and civic organizations as the counselor deems will best enable the client to accomplish the goals which have been established for him; and
     (7) To perform such other functions as the Board may by regulation require.
     (b) The duties of an instructor as to a client are
     (1) To become as thoroughly familiar as is practicable with the client through consultation with the client’s counselor and the Program Psychologist and utilization of all other available sources of information which would be of use to the instructor in helping the client to attain his educational goals;
     (2) To assist each client in establishing educational goals to be accomplished by the client as a result of the client’s participation in the Program, which goals shall include the client’s earning a General Education Diploma;
     (3) To establish a weekly schedule of instruction for the client in compliance with the rules prescribed pursuant to Section 12;
     (4) To provide each client with individualized instruction in subjects which shall include but need not be limited to English, history, reading, mathematics, science and ethics;
     (5) To keep such records as the Educational Coordinator may require of each client’s progress in attaining the educational goals which have been established for him; and
     (6) To perform such other functions as the Board may by regulation require.