Class Dates, Times, Location & Costs:
Dates & Times:
Saturday, March 14, 2020 from 8:00am to 5:30pm
Saturday, June 13, 2020 from 8:00am to 5:30pm
Saturday, September 12, 2020 from 8:00am to 5:30pm
Saturday, December 12, 2020 from 8:00am to 5:30pm
Hampton Inn Keystone Indianapolis
8980 River Crossing Blvd.
Indianapolis, IN 46240
Cost (please note price change for June, September & December dates):
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$85.00/person March 14, 2020 class
$95.00/person June 13, 2020 class
$95.00/person September 12, 2020 class
$95.00/person, December 12, 2020 class
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Home Page Course Description Attitudinal Dynamics of
Driving is used extensively for court referrals, as a
diversion program for drivers with excessive violations and to retrain drivers
with poor driving records. The program helps create a new mindset, improving
a persons attitude so that his or her driving behavior can change. Instructor certification
is required to teach this course. Instructors
Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving is used extensively for court
referrals, as a diversion program for drivers with excessive violations
and to retrain drivers with poor driving records. The program helps create
a new mindset, improving a persons attitude so that his or her driving
behavior can change.
Instructor certification is required to teach this course. Instructors
must complete NSC training to be certified. Visit train.nsc.org/ntc
for Instructor Development course dates, locations and fees.
Research for the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles shows that DDC Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving participants have a 34% reduction in collisions and a 43% reduction in minor violations in the year after completing the training.
Session 1 In the Drivers Seat
Identify behaviors that lead to most traffic violations
Explore differences between a suspended and revoked
Discuss problems caused by driving behaviors/questions
about state traffic laws.
Understand the costs associated with traffic violations
Session 2 Your Needs Drive You
Identify the five basic human needs.
Learn the difference between needs and wants.
Examine personal driving behaviors in view of basic
Complete and score a driving Self-Assessment Profile (SAP).
Session 3 Change Your Behavior
Pinpoint potential problem behaviors related to the SAP.
Review examples of effective, short-term and ineffective
Dialogue about behavioral choices in various driving
Commit to change behind-the-wheel behaviors.
Session 4 My Action Plan
Explore characteristics of a SAMRIC (Simple, Attainable,
Measurable, Repeatable, Immediate, Controlled by you)
Develop a personal SAMRIC plan to change current
Evaluate the action plans of others in the class to determine
whether they meet the SAMRIC criteria.
Recognize the hazards of driving while under the influence
Session 5 My Action Plan
Identify the four components of human behavior
Describe the three types of behavior: effective, short-term and ineffective.
Relate the three types of behavior to responsible and respectful behavior.
Recognize examples of responsible and respectful driving behavior choices.
Evaluate the behavior choices of drivers in various situations.
Session 6 Planning for Change
Identify the characteristics of an effective personal action plan.
Develop a personal action plan to change current driving behaviors.
Recognize the hazards of using alcohol and driving.
Session 7 Driving Choices and Behaviors
Recognize the hazards of using alcohol, prescription drugs and over-the-counter drugs and driving.
Recognize that speeding is a major factor that contributes to collisions and other driving incidents.
Describe the ramifications of driving with excessive speed.
Describe techniques to avoid driving with excessive speed.
Identify different right of way violations.
Describe techniques for properly handling right of way situations.
Identify the risks of distracted driving.
Describe techniques for avoiding distracted driving.
Session 8 Choosing Responsible and Respectful Behariors
Describe how to determine proper passing and following distances while driving.
Recognize aggressive driving behaviors.
Identify how certain personal driver needs can indicate a tendency toward aggressive driving.
Describe techniques to avoid driving aggressively.
Describe how fatigue can affect driving behaviors.
Explain how different choices can have a direct impact on driving behaviors.