Research has shown provisional drivers are most at risk on our roads, don’t be a statistic! Complete the Safer Drivers Course and be credited 20 logbook hours.
The Safer Drivers Course is a NSW Government initiative to give learner drivers the skills and knowledge required to be become safer drivers before gaining their license and entering this high risk period. Any learner driver under 25 who has completed at least 50 logbook hours are eligible to complete the course and be credited with a further 20 hours in their logbooks. The course consists of two modules:
Module 1: A three hour workshop to increase safe driving skills. Module 1 is led by an experienced facilitator in an adult learning environment with up to 12 participants. Participants will come away with the knowledge and understanding of:

  • The difference between supervised and unsupervised driving
  • The increased risk for provisional drivers and how these risks relate to road safety and crash involvement
  • Internal and external influences behind the wheel
  • How to grow your circle of control
  • How to identify, manage and reduce these increased risks
Module 2: An in vehicle practical on low risk driving strategies. Module 2 gives participants the chance to put what was learnt in Module 1 into action out on the road with a licenced driving instructor in a dual control vehicle. Participants will gain practical driving skills in:

  • Following distances
  • Crash avoidance space
  • Speed management
  • Spatial awareness
  • Hazard perception
  • Decision Making
Benefits of attending the Safer Drivers Course:

The Safer Drivers Course assists in the progression from supervised to un-supervised driving and will provide participants with an understanding of how to reduce their risk of crashing by adopting safe driving behaviours, minimising risks and applying low risk driving strategies. It is also a great cost effective way to gain more logbook hours with the course only costing $140.

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