Shoalhaven City Council, in partnership with Transport NSW, will host four free learner driver workshops over the month of March.
Council has partnered with NSW Government to provide the workshops for parents, friends or relatives who will be supervising a new driver, to ensure they feel qualified to teach the next generation of road users.
Shoalhaven City Council’s Road Safety Officer, Kym Snow, said these workshops will provide practical advice and support for learner driver teachers. “These two-hour workshops are important in aiding learner driver teachers with support to ensure the experience is successful and positive for all involved.” Kym Snow said.
“We often pick up bad driving habits over the years, habits that we do not want passed on to the next generation of road users.
“These workshops will equip teachers will simple tools to ensure they can provide their child, family member or friend with everything they need to know to drive safely on our roads.” Mrs. Snow said.
The workshops will be held at the following locations;
Ulladulla High School
Thursday, 12 March, 5-7pm
Huskisson Public School
Saturday, 21 March, 9-11am
Bomaderry High School
Wednesday, 25 March, 5:30-7:30pm
Thursday, 26 March, 10am-12pm
Those wishing to attend must secure their spot by contacting Shoalhaven City Councils Road Safety Officer on (02) 4429 3484 or email email@example.com to register. Please note registration is essential as numbers are limited.