South Australia Police educate NASC students on driver safety
04 May 2022

Northern Adelaide Senior College (NASC) welcomed officers from the South Australia Police (SAPOL) today for an informative session on driver safety.

The initiative aimed to enhance awareness among students about responsible driving habits and road safety protocols.

SAPOL officers engaged the students in an interactive discussion, emphasising the importance of cautious driving and adherence to traffic regulations. The officers shared real-life scenarios and insights, addressing common misconceptions and highlighting key aspects of safe driving practices.

Following the discussion, students had the opportunity to participate in a state-of-the-art driving simulator, generously provided by SAPOL. The simulator replicated various driving conditions, allowing students to experience potential hazards and practice appropriate responses in a controlled environment. From sudden stops to navigating challenging weather conditions, the simulation provided valuable insights into the complexities of driving.

“This hands-on experience is invaluable for our students. It enables them to understand the challenges faced on the road and equips them with the skills to make safe decisions when driving,” said Andrea Williams, VET Coordinator at NASC.

“We are grateful to SAPOL for their proactive approach in educating our students and promoting road safety within our school community.”

The session left a lasting impression on the students, emphasising the significance of responsible driving behaviour.

Northern Adelaide Senior College are accepting 2022/23 year 11-13 enrolments throughout the year.

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