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Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Programs Defensive Driving: Attitudinal

Basic Certificate (BC)

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The Defensive Driving Attitudinal certificate program comprises an eight-hour workshop which addresses the needs of those individuals who are repeat violators of traffic rules and regulations and newly licensed chauffeurs who have driven in the United States for at least three years. This training component is certified by the National Safety Council. Topics include the violation of rules and regulations, cultural sensitivity, anger management and conflict resolution as well as behavior modification approaches for effective customer service. Additionally, the training also reviews the Illinois Rules of the Road Handbook and prepares the inexperienced chauffeur driver for the road. Students will receive National Safety Council certificates of completion once they successfully complete the workshop program.​ 
 

Details: Basic Certificate (BC)

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1 CH
Short Term Trd/Indstrl/Trnsprt
STTRDE 114
Defen Driv/Attitudinal Remd 1
This course is designed for licensed chauffeurs who have a record of rule and regulations violations and newly licensed chauffeurs who have not been driving in the U.S. for at least three years. This one day course has been deemed mandatory by the Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Customer Protection. The topics would include a review of violated rules and regulations, cultural sensitivity training, anger management, and conflict resolution training, and behavior modification approach to effective customer service. The student would end with a sense of how his earnings can be seriously affected by not being knowledgeable, courteous and safe driver. This course also reviews the Illinois Rules of the Road handbook and prepares the inexperienced chauffeur driver for the road. Writing assignments, as appropriate to the discipline, are part of the course.
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Offered at: Olive-Harvey

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