Safer Drivers Course
About the Safer Drivers Course
The NSW safer drivers course has been developed to lower the crash risk of young drivers in NSW. Upon completion of the course, learner drivers will receive 20 logbook hours. The course is divided into two modules.
Module 1 of the safer drivers course is a three hour interactive facilitated group discussion. The discussion will involve 10 – 12 learner drivers and will explore behaviours and strategies that lead to becoming a safer driver. There are a number of videos and activities to keep the session engaging.
Module 2 of the safer drivers course is a two hour on-road coaching session with two learner drivers in the car with a driver trainer. Participants will have a number of drives each on a set route. Each of the drives throughout the coaching session are aimed at eliminating the major crash types that occur on NSW roads.
Upon completion of the NSW safer drivers course, you will have a better understanding of being a safe plate driver.
Requirements for the course.
In order to sit the safer drivers course you must hold a learners licence, have completed 50 hours of driving and be under 25 years of age.
Check out this link to see the current venues and dates available. You can book online, otherwise call the office on (02) 8748 4512 to book your place.