Center for Continuing Studies

10 Habits for Zero Crashes

This course for driver education instructors teaches how to train teens for a lifetime of zero crashes. Through classroom and in-car experiences, teachers will learn how to help teens see potentially dangerous situations, respond in time to avoid a crash and acquire lifelong crash-reduction habits.

Some crashes are caused by a driver's space-management errors, some by wrongful actions of others, and others through acts of nature. Most can be prevented by the driver having space-management habits cultivated by the behavioral patterns and practices advocated in this program.

The course is intended for:

  • licensed, or certified, driver education classroom teachers.
  • any teacher who wants to learn experiential learning techniques and develop space-management behavior and incorporate those into their teachings.
  • any driver who would like to help prevent the devastation motor vehicle crashes create within families, friends and society.

How it works:

This self-directed course must be completed within the access time period. The 10 lessons are structured into three tiers. More than 100 activities provide 500 decision-making opportunities, which earn points for the learner. Adequate points must be earned in each tier to advance to the next. A final exam covers behaviors taught in all 10 lessons. 

Materials

Course materials include "Lessons from the Partnership for EXPERT Driving," the "Ten Habits Zero Crashes" DVD and online activities.

Upcoming classes

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Our partner: National Institute of Driver Behavior.

Contact: Tammy Anhalt-Warner

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