• How to make informed decisions as a driver, pedestrian, passenger and cyclist
  • Ways in which personal decisions impact upon road safety in society
  • To develop positive attitudes which are demonstrated in safe road user behavior. 
  • Research causes of the most common types of vehicular collisions
  • Identify and describe the concept of risk and the consequences of it in association with the following factors:
    » Peer pressure
    » Passenger influences
    » Speed, fatigue, alcohol
    » Drugs/medication
    » Inattention/distraction
  • Develop strategies to increase personal safety and the safety of others
  • Discuss the implications of current and future technologies on safe road use
  • Identify a range of personal decisions that impact upon road safety in society.
  • Enjoys practical research
  • Wants to better understand and explain contemporary road use issues
  • Enjoys working in small groups
  • Is interested in vehicle safety initiatives.

Course Overview

You have

  • No previous experience.

TASC course

Road Safety Education 2

May lead to

  • Further study
  • A career in occupational health and safety, health study, automotive or transport logistics.