Free road safety workshops in Casino and Kyogle
9 March 2020
The community is being invited to attend two separate road safety workshops being held this month in Casino and Kyogle.
Transport for NSW Director North Region Anna Zycki said the first workshop, Helping Learner Drivers Become Safer Drivers, is to support parents and supervisors of learner drivers to be effective teachers.
“The workshop includes information about licence conditions for learner and P-plate drivers, tips for using the learner driver log book and the importance of providing constructive feedback,” Ms Zycki said.
“Parents and supervisors play a vital role in helping young drivers gain the experience they need to be safe on the roads.
“This workshop has been developed to help them teach these skills with confidence and ultimately make the journey from L-plater to P-plater safer for all road users.”
Ms Zycki said the second workshop, Road Safety for Older Road Users, is aimed at helping road users aged 65 and over learn about changes to driver licensing rules after the age of 75.
“Attendees at the workshop will learn about misunderstood road rules in NSW, key health changes that can affect road user abilities, safe driving habits, safest car choices, and tips to improve safety when you’re out and about, on or near roads,” she said.
“Information will be provided for all road users, whether they drive, ride, walk, catch public transport, use a mobility scooter, or a combination of these.”
Helping Learner Drivers Become Safer Drivers:
- Casino, Tuesday 17 March from 6.00pm to 7.30pm at Casino RSM Club, Canterbury Street, Casino
- Kyogle, Wednesday 18 March, 6.00pm to 7.30pm at Kyogle Bowling Club, Larkin Street, Kyogle
Road Safety for Older Road Users:
- Casino, Tuesday 17 March from 3.00pm to 4.30pm at Casino RSM Club, Canterbury Street, Casino
- Kyogle, Wednesday 18 March from 10.00am to 11.30am at Kyogle Bowling Club, Larkin Street, Kyogle.
Both workshops will be provided by Transport for NSW and delivered by Joblink Plus. Bookings are essential and can be made by calling 02 6764 6688 or emailing email@example.com.
These workshops are being delivered as part of the NSW government’s Road Safety Plan 2021. For more information on the plan visit the Towards Zero website.