Speed Awareness Course
SPEED AWARENESS COURSE
The driver rehabilitation counselling and training course (also a speed awareness course) is designed for drivers that have habitually disregarded the law and the safety of other road users. The course focuses on determining the root causes of the violations. It focuses on the participants beliefs, attitude and behaviour as outlined in the higher-level of the Goals for driver education (GDE) matrix.
Through interaction and discussion in an adult learning environment, the speed awareness course seeks to improve the participants intellectual skills. It also raises awareness of both the legal and moral responsibility of drivers.
The on-road evaluation examines the application of the learnings from the classroom session to normal driving situations. Each participant must sign a declaration outlining agreed areas of their driving which they commit to improving. The awareness course is suitable for those that have reached the maximum penalty points, returning to driving after a ban, involved in serious road traffic collisions and/or road traffic offences.
Speed Awareness Course Prerequisites
The following is required in order to undergo the course:
Course Learning Outcomes
This course will deliver the required counselling and training through discussion in an adult learning classroom setting, followed by an on-road evaluation.
Aims of the Course
The Objectives of the Course
At the end of this course, the participant will be able to:
Modules will consist of: