Wingecarribee Shire Council is once again offering free road safety workshops designed to help learner drivers become safer drivers.
Council’s Road Safety Officer, Melanie Lausz, explained that parents and supervisors play a vital role in providing young drivers with the experience and support they need to be safe on our roads.
The Graduated Licensing Scheme Parent Workshop identifies key components of low-risk driving and highlights the importance of positive feedback. It also explores the role of parents in establishing parameters and support for provisional license holders, helping to create a positive environment for both the supervisor and learner driver.
“Parents and supervisors who have attended this workshop have found that it boosted their confidence, helped them better plan driving sessions and allowed them to share their experiences with other parents and supervisors,” said Ms Lausz.
Learner drivers are also encouraged to attend.
The two-hour workshop will commence at 6pm at Council’s Moss Vale Civic Centre Theatrette on Tuesday 6 August 2019.
The second workshop is the practical Log Book Run designed to expose learner drivers to new driving scenarios. Participants will discuss important tips for rural driving and have the opportunity to participate in a question and answer session with local Police Officers. Lunch will also be provided.
“The Log Book Run is the perfect opportunity for learner drivers to cover some of the many topics included in the Learner Driver Log Book and clock up some valuable driving experience,” said Ms Lausz.
Learner drivers must be accompanied by their supervisors and have at least 25 hours recorded in their Learner Log Book to participate.
The workshop will commence at 10am at Council’s Moss Vale Civic Centre on Sunday 25 August 2019
Bookings for both events are essential.
For further information visit www.wsc.nsw.gov.au/events or contact Wingecarribee Shire Council’s Road Safety Officer on phone 4868 0888.
Wingecarribee Shire Council’s free Learner Driver Parent Workshops and Log Book Runs are supported by Roads and Maritime Services (RMS).