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          We are Now offering courses not only Onsite but also at West Leagues Club New Lambton including an overnight package         This unique workshop examines the circumstances surrounding the most common types of road incidents and crashes. Using a discovery learning approach participants ‘discover' driving behaviours and techniques that will help them avoid these common road incidents.      Through the sharing of participants' own experiences and perceptions the workshop creates an environment of lively debate and questioning. This enables the group to discover for themselves the contributory factors in various crash types.  By attending the workshop, participants gain a greater understanding of the dangers on the road and are able to adopt a driving style that significantly reduces their potential of being involved in an incident or crash. Defensive Driving.  First  Module includes the following topics:  Workplace & vehicle safety, OH&S responsibilities, Blind Spots, Roundabouts, Traffic lights, Giving way & traffic Islands, Aim High see the whole seen, Early decision making, Be seen, Have an escape, Covering the brake, Head checks, Mobile Phone use, Driver Fatigue- signs & symptoms, treatment & micro sleeps. Defensive Driving Techniques, Crash Statistics- why, when & where, Safety Cushion, 3 second gap, Wet & Dry Roads, Scanning ahead and Standard alcohol drink guide. Sample Questions 1. Young adults have 3 times more accidents than the rest of the driving population. Discuss the reason why and possible methods for reducing this carnage and loss of young life. 2. How does speed, fatigue, human error, alcohol and other drugs affect the road toll and how can I help? 3. Describe the personality types likely to have serious accidents and ways in which we can protect ourselves and society from their irresponsible behaviour. 4. How do motor cars affect our society i.e. advantages and disadvantages. 5. Why do young males have so many accidents compared to young females? 6. Discuss the cost of car accidents to the family and the community in terms of loss of life and associated financial cost. 7. Discuss civil liberties and the road rules? 8. Discuss the different mindset between young men and young women i.e. social status, ego, mobility, independence etc., and why and how they use cars differently.