Advanced Driver Training

Objective of the Advanced Driver Training Course

TSU provides a 2 day advanced driving course. The objective of this course is to create a more confident, alert and courteous driver by improving your general levels of awareness and skills.

  • Confidence is established by improving your skills and increasing your level of understanding through practical guidance.
  • Alertness is created through an anticipative and defensive state of mind enabling you to respond in the correct instinctive manner to any hazardous driving situation.
  • Courteousness is developed by recognizing your own and the vehicles limitations in a controlled environment.

Outcomes of the Advanced Driver Training Course

  • Introduction to advanced driving
  • Vehicle checks exterior - interior - weekly
  • Sitting and steering position
  • Brake recognition:
    • Stopping distances
    • Two different surfaces braking
    • Cadence braking
  • Loss and regain of control:
    • Skidding
    • Under steer
    • Over steer
    • Emergency lane change
  • Aquaplaning:
    • Steering through water
  • The system of car control:
    • Negotiating bends
    • Braking and gear selection
    • Steering through corners

 

Security Training
 

Cost of the Advanced Driver Training Course

The cost of this course (excl VAT:

  • Course Only (2 days) R 9 150.88
  • Advanced driving with Security Driver R 15 000
  • Security Driver Training only R 6 000
  • Accommodation per day R 450

 The courses includes:

  • Vehicles and fuel
  • Track and range fees
  • Coffee, tea, beverages and lunch
  • VAT

Contact TSU for more information on advanced driver training.

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Course Dates

  • 14 Nov – 15 Nov 2015

Contact Details

CEO
Chris Beukes
Tel: + 27 12 653 8955
Fax: + 27 86 609 0614
chris.beukes@tsuafrica.com

         
South Africa Police Accredited by SASSETA SAQA recognised     Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority of South Africa City and Guilds
Accredited by South African Police to conduct Competency Training and Testing in the use of handguns, shotgun, rifle and carbine. SAQA accredited training:
* Use of Handgun
* Use of Shotgun
* Use of Rifle
* Use of Carbine
SAQA accreditations:
* ETDP Assessor
* SASSETA Assessor
* SASSETA Education & Training Service Provider
PSIRA Number: (Private Security Regulation Authority of South Africa)
* 1052243
Accredited by City & Guilds, the benchmark for skills development