Presented by Fifth Gear Motoring
ACT Safer Driver Course - Module 1 and Module 2 delviered on the same day.
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Face to Face by Fifth Gear's driving instructors - Module 1 and Module 2 delviered on the same day.
Completion of this course provides a learner driver with 20 hours towards the required driving hours needed to obtain an ACT provisional car licence. The course is not compulsory to obtain your provisional licence. However, the course equips new drivers to better manage risks when driving, especially within their first six months on the road as an independent driver. The first six months of a provisional driver’s life is when new drivers are most at risk.
This course will educate drivers on safe driving behaviours and promotes attitudes that produce a safer environment for all drivers on the road. The course will also discuss peer Influence and passenger behaviours to encourage safe decision-making when the learner driver transitions from being a supervised driver to an independent.
After the classroom component, the student will enjoy a one-hour driving session with an Accredited Driving Instructor to apply what they have learnt.
How it works and eligibility
Participants of the course must have held a learner license for a minimum of 3 months and recorded a minimun of 30 hours driving experience in their log book.
The course consists of two modules. Both Modules are held on the one day.
Module One: (Approximately 2.5 hours)
An in-class learning workshop in a group learning environment.
Module Two: (1 hour)
A one-hour practical driving session with an Accredited Driving Instructor.
Cost per student which includes both Modules One and Two is $175
48 Maryborough Street Fyshwick, ACT 2609. Click Here for google map link.
There is no test as a part of this course, however it is expected that the student will engage in the discussion and have completed both modules within 30 days to receive the 20 hours which is recorded in the student’s logbook.