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Driver education courses announced

high-school-driver-ed-image2RAA Driver Education believes that learning to drive belongs within the education system. At St Patrick’s Technical College, we know that the ability to drive is crucial when it comes to young people securing apprenticeships.

That is why we are partners in offering a comprehensive driver education program that combines practical driver training with road safety awareness and defensive driving knowledge to stay safer on the roads.

  • Receive 25 SACE credits (Stage 1)
  • Practical driver training to obtain ‘P’ plates
  • Road safety and defensive driving education
  • Nationally recognised qualification of Certificate II in Driver Competence

Pre-requisites

All course participants must hold a current class ‘CAR’ Learner’s Permit and have the ability to practice driving with a Qualified Supervising Driver (parent or caregiver) for 2 hours between professional driving lessons.

Course intakes

  • 2015 Semester 1 intake in February* ENROL NOW
  • Location / Session Times
  • St Patrick’s Technical College Seminar Room
  • Mondays 4.00 – 5.30pm

Duration

  • Weekly 1 hour theory sessions for the entire semester
  • 10 x 90 minute practical sessions (booked by appointment)*
  • 1 x 90 minute practical refresher lesson before going on P’s
  • * Practical sessions can commence sooner for participants already with ‘L’ plates

RAA LOGO_Full Col_CMYKFees & Enrolments

Total course fees for RAA Members = $1,695 (GST free). Non-member price = $1,795 (GST free). This does not have to be paid in full up front – several payment plans are available.

To enrol, please contact RAA Driver Education at drivingeducation@raa.com.au or call (08) 8202 4444

Click here to visit the RAA Driver Education website for more information …

One thought on “Driver education courses announced

  1. Harald Leeuwenburgg

    I could not agree more with this. These days a drivers license is very important for young people. It could mean the difference between getting a job or not.
    Driving is a life skill that young people will have to rely on sooner or later in their life, so why not make it part of the education system.

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