Teaching a young person to drive might be the most important lesson you’ll ever give! Make sure you’re well equipped to help your learner driver become a safer driver by attending a free 2-hour workshop aimed at parents and supervising drivers.
Statistics show that young people are over-represented when it comes to accidents and fatalities on our roads. If you’ve taken on the responsibility of supervising a learner driver, you’re in the hot seat when it comes to ensuring they become a confident and safety-conscious motorist. To prepare yourself for this important role, join a free workshop that will reduce the stress, for you and your learner, and make every lesson more effective.
Attendees will be provided with information, practical advice, and a structured approach to building the competency of their learner, along with confidence in teaching safe driving habits.
The course has been developed by Roads and Maritime Services who recognise the important part that parents and supervisors play in supporting inexperienced drivers. Workshop content is designed to help supervisors prepare for the role by covering topics such as laws that apply to L and P licence holders, completing the learner driver log book, and the benefits of well supervised on-road driving experience.
Upcoming workshops are from 6pm at:
Gloucester, SES HQ office, 23 Tate Street – Thursday 19 March;
Taree, Council administration building, Pulteney Street – Tuesday 24 March;
Forster, Council administration building, Breese Parade – Thursday 26 March
Call 7955 7372, or complete the booking form below.
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