- Interpersonal activities, small group discussions and case studies;
- Defensive Driver Self-Assessment Risk Survey – a one-of-its-kind resources to help participants take action against driving-related injuries and death;
- Critical discussions on distracted driving, including the dangers of cell phone use;
- Video sessions with real-life driver situations, hazard recognition re-enactments and essential “ready for the road” vehicle maintenance checkpoints;
- Instructor multimedia presentation with animated graphics, traffic simulations, and embedded video to capture and hold participant interest.
At the end of the training program, participants will be able to:
- Apply practical Knowledge and technique to recognize potential hazards and avoid collisions and violation.
- Establish why choosing safe, responsible and lawful driving behaviours and habits make personal and financial sense.
- Determine how to get drivers to view safety on a personal level
- Define how “Outcome one” can contr