JADSL Driving Training Curriculum

PREAMBLE: Jacob Ayoki Driving School Limited is committed to providing professional and quality driver training to drivers of all ages and experience levels. This is why we have developed a 4 categories driver training program designed especially for individuals and corporate organizations to improve their safe driving behaviors and habits.
i. Basic Learner Driving Training Program (BLDTP)
ii. Proficiency Driving Training Program (PDTP)
iii. Executive Driving Training Program (EDTP)
iv. Specialized Driving Training Program (SDTP)
Basic Learner Driving Training Program (BLDTP).
Learn to drive with confidence and be comfortable behind the wheel with our Basic Learner Driving Training Program (Beginner Drivers).
Jacob Ayoki Driving School Limited has experience teaching those who have never driven a motor vehicle before the skills they need to navigate the road safely and securely.
Duration of BLDTP is 3 months, 12 weeks. 6 hours of classroom activities and 3 hours of practical driving demonstration in each week, 72 hours of classroom activities and 36 hours of practical driving demonstration for the entire period of training.
Day/Time: 3 days classroom training every week and 2 days practical training each week except where is necessary adjustment by Instructor.
The courses to cover during BLDTP are put into consideration as JADSL curriculum:
1. Classroom Training in Driving – Code CTD 101
2. Driver Orientation and Preparation – Code DOP 102
3. The Art of Driving – Code TAD 103
4. Licensing of Vehicle and Drivers – Code LCD 104
5. Basic Vehicle Mechanisms – Code BVM 105
6. Basic Vehicle Maintenance – Code BVM 106
7. Safe Driving and Road Traffic Laws – Code RTL 107
8. Client / Customer care in driving – Code C2CD 108
9. Basic First Aids & Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation – Code CPR 109
10. Road Traffic Crashes (RTC) Causes, Effects and Prevention – Code RTC 110
11. Tyres and Safety – Code TAS 111
12. Effect of Alcohol and Drugs on Driving – Code EAD2 112
13. Sharing the Road with other Users – Code SRU 113
14. Automobile Fire Prevention – Code AFP 114
15. Safety Guidelines for Special Driving Conditions – Code SGSDC 115
16. Road Signs and Markings (Highway Code) – Code RSM 116
17. Practical Driving Demonstration – Code PDD 001
18. Introduction to Defensive Driving Techniques – Code ID2T 117

BLDTP SCHEME OF WORK
Week 1: – Classroom Training in Driving – Code CTD 101
– Driver Orientation and Preparation – Code DOP 102
– Practical Driving Demonstration – Code PDD 001
Week 2: – The Art of Driving – Code TAD 103
– Practical Driving Demonstration – Code PDD 001
Week 3: – Basic Vehicle Mechanism – Code BVM 105
– Practical Driving Demonstration – Code PDD 001
Week 4: – Basic Vehicle Maintenance – Code BVM 106
– Licensing of Vehicle and Drivers – Code LCD 104
– Practical Driving Demonstration – Code PDD 001
Week 5: – Safe Driving and Road Traffic laws – Code RTL 107
– Practical Driving Demonstration – Code PDD 001
Week 6: – Client/Customer Care in Driving – Code C2CD 108
– Basic First Aid and Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation – Code CPR 109
– Practical Driving Demonstration – Code PDD 001
Week 7: – Tyres and Safety – Code TAS 111
– Practical Driving Demonstration – Code PDD 001
Week 8: – Road Traffic Crashes (RTC) Causes,
Effects and Prevention – Code RTC 110
– Automobile Fire Prevention – Code AFP 114
– Practical Driving Demonstration – Code PDD 001
Week 9: – Effects of Alcohol and Drug
on Driving – Code EAD2 112
– Sharing the Road with other Users – Code SRU 113
– Practical Driving Demonstration – Code PDD 001
Week 10: – Safety Guidelines on Special
Driving Conditions – Code SGSDC 115
– Practical Driving Demonstration – Code PDD 001
Week 11: – Road Signs and Markings
(Highway Code) – Code RSM 116
– Practical Driving Demonstration – Code PDD 001
Week 12: – Introduction to Defensive Driving
Techniques – Code ID2T 117
– PDD/Advance Routes-Gboko Town – Code PDD 001
Learners start expressing their confidence with caution as they interface with high densely traffic with little interference from the coach; a display of mastery
– Driving Practical Test
TOPIC: The course has one topic (Need for Learning)
OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, trainee drivers should be able to: Define learning, Explain the need for learning, Identify the ways of learning, Explain how learning can enhance driving, Distinguish between classroom training and other unconventional ways of learning and Consider himself a beginner as he still requires practical driving experience.
DETAILS: Definition, Purpose of learning, Ways of learning, How learning enhances driving, Dialogue between trainee driver and instructor and Learner driver.

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