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The safe driving course with Learn Drive Survive® is delivered by qualified trainers and experienced driving instructors. The course is broken down into two (2)  components. 

Module 1 (classroom) and Module 2 (in-vehicle). Module 1 is conducted by an experienced facilitator and involves a three (3) hour group discussion set in a classroom environment. Throughout Module 1, learners will explore the behaviours and effective management strategies to become safer drivers. 

Module 2 of the course is a two (2) hour practical coaching session. This session involves two (2) students and a qualified coach (instructor) in the vehicle at a time. Students will reflect on the content they covered in Module 1 and put this knowledge into a practical training environment. Upon completion, learners will gain the knowledge and understanding of low-risk driving and how to better manage internal and external challenges.

This safe driving program, has been designed to accommodate a maximum of twelve (12) students to ensure learners don’t feel over-whelmed and can comfortably educate themselves about the importance of road safety.

Who Can Register for the Course?

To be eligible for the safe driving course, participants must have the following;

  • hold a valid learner licence
  • be under 25 years of age and:
  • have a minimum of 50 actual driving hours (not the 3 for 1 bonus hours)


icon Observation & Speed Management

Driving at a speed that is suitable to the road conditions is essential to low risk driving. Drivers can minimise the risk of a crashing simply by  lowering their speeds. This allows drivers to see more.

During the course, students will learn simple speed management techniques, that will allow for critical reaction responses.

icon Hazard Perception & Awareness

Hazard Perception is a skill drivers develop over time and as they gain on-going experience. Effective hazard perception involves the process of recognising and effectively reacting to varying driving situations that may result in a crash or injury.

During the course with Learn Drive Survive™, students will learn how to look for hazards or developing hazards and effectively respond to them safely and effectively.

icon Safe Following Distance

Being able to maintain a Safe 3 second Following Distance is critical  when travelling behind other traffic in the same direction. The Learn Drive Survive™ Safe Drivers Course, will teach learner drivers how to create, maintain and manage a Safe Following Distance whilst driving.

They will also be taught the importance of safe road positioning whenever they're  stopped in traffic.

icon Safe Decisions & Planning Ahead

A learners judgment and decision making skills is in the developing stages and will improve over time. Planning ahead and knowing what to do well beforehand, will assist learners in making safe decisions.

Students will learn techniques that will help in making safe decisions whilst linking other driving skills to help avoid taking unnecessary risks.

icon Other Defensive Driving Skills 

There are many things most drivers can do to be a safe driver. Simple techniques such as vehicle positioning, effective scanning and the anticipation of others, can help prevent a crash and keep you and others safe on the road.

The Learn Drive Survive learner driver training course will teach students effective driving skills for life.



If you meet the course requirements, and want to gain an additional 20 bonus logbook hours, call our friendly team on 1800 898 969 and they will be happy to assist you. To book online, simply click YOUR REGION > Choose YOUR SUBURB and book your course date.


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You may be eligible for a

FREE Safer Drivers Course

A free NSW Safer Drivers Course allows eligible NSW learner drivers from disadvantaged backgrounds and  Aboriginal communities, to enrol in the course at no cost. Thanks to the NSW Government, the $140 fee is exempt to allow for eligible learners who are financially disadvantaged, to get involved and benefit from the free defensive driving course and road safety education. MEET THE REQUIREMENTS? APPLY 



You must ensure that you have the correct documentation to be eligible for a free Safer Driver Course. This includes Centrelink benefits and hold a current Pensioner Concession card and/or a Health Care card issued by the Department of Human Services.


To book a Learn Drive Survive Safe Drivers Course, you must hold a valid learner’s licence, completed a minimum of 50 actual logbook hours (not including bonus hours) and be under 25 years of age. Simply book online here, or speak to our friendly team on 1800 898 969.

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