December 12, 2023
December - NSC Defensive Driving Course
Tuesday, December 12, 2023
The 6-Hour Course is the foundation of defensive driving, provides the knowledge and skills for defensive driving, and describes strategies for avoiding high-risk driving behaviors. Participants will learn that the right attitude can prevent collisions and understand the consequences of poor decision-making.
The Defensive Driving Course is the fundamental driver safety training program providing learners with core defensive driving knowledge and techniques. The 6-Hour Course is the foundation of defensive driving, provides the knowledge and skills for defensive driving, and describes strategies for avoiding high-risk driving behaviors. Participants will learn that the right attitude can prevent collisions and understand the consequences of poor decision-making.
This course will encourage drivers to make positive choices to improve driving behaviors and attitudes and encourage respectful and lawful decisions to avoid collisions and decrease traffic violations. It provides them with knowledge and collision prevention techniques that focus on behavior, judgment, decision making, and consequences.
Course objectives include the ability to:
Understand the consequences of distracted, fatigued and impaired driving
- Recognize the habits of defensive driving
- Better understand vehicle technology and safety features
- Identify personal driving behaviors and risk-taking tendencies
- Improve hazard identification and assessing risks
- Develop a personal plan for making effective driving choices
IMPORTANT!!! A solid internet connection, a web cam and microphone are required for this class. Although this is in a virtual environment, you must attend the entire class, just like you would in an in-person course setting. It would be best if you always were seen on your webcam while class is in session. **Running errands such as appointments, trips, meetings, etc., are not permitted while the course is in session. It is a requirement to be stationary in front of a computer or tablet, not traveling, during the course. If you need to leave for any reason, you must log off, and the missed time will be deducted from your contact hours. Additionally, the instructor reserves the right to remove you from the class if needed. Missed time is considered missed contact hours and would need to be made up in a future class to receive credit for the course.**