A.D.T.C. Driver Development believes that Road Safety Training is an ongoing process requiring the commitment of the driver, training establishments, road safety organisations, law enforcement agencies and the Government (local & central), as well as its agencies, and as a result will engage in negotiations with all of them to bring about the necessary changes.
1- At present Driver-Awareness training tends to be offered following a driving offense.
A.D.T.C. will commit to being pro-active in raising awareness amongst all Road-Users groups by holding workshops/presentations which are open to the public.
We will attend workshops organised by Brake (Road Safety Academy Program) which focuses on company drivers and their '2 young 2 die campaign' which is aimed at the younger road user. To disseminate this knowledge we will offer workshops/presentations locally, these will be given on a "not for profit" basis and donations made to Brake and other road safety charities. It is anticipated that we will give up to 8 presentations per year. The number of participants will vary depending on location/situation etc but we anticipate a minimum of 10 people per course.
2- A.D.T.C. will also be sponsoring a road safety stall at the annual Rottingdean & Saltdean Lions Fayre. The stall will not only show A.D.T.C.'s commitment to road safety but also will have representatives of the Brighton & Central Sussex Institute of Advanced Motorist Group, of which we are Committee Member and Observer, and representatives of the Brighton & Hove council Road Safety Team.