This NYS Education Dept. approved course is for all eligible public and private high school students. Instructors are licensed by the NYS Department of Education. This program uses late model vehicles with dual controls. ELIGIBILITY: All high school stuents are eligible to register for the Driver Education program provided they are or will be 16 years of age before the semester-based program start date.
Students must have a learner's permit or junioir license before and bring to first class. OBJECTIVES: Acquire safe driving skills and defensive driving awareness Earn the MV 285 "Completion Certificate", providing eligibility for 10-15% discounts in insurance premiums with most companies. Duplicate cards @ $10; Duplicate Letters @ $10. Qualify to apply for senior deriver's license at age 17 TUITION & FEES: $575 (does not include textbook cost of $45) Full tuiition must accompany your applications/registration. No partial payments accepted. Additional fees, not payable to QCC, include learner's permit and optional road test services.
This program is exempt from discounts. SCHEDULE: Convenent schedules offered. Parental permission forms and schedules ae available in the Continuing Education Office located in L-118P or call 718.631.6343. Students are required to purchase a $45 text from the instructor. Note: This program is an intorduction to driving. Additional practice outsdie of class will be needed. REFUND POLICY: 90% of total tuition fee will be refunded if requested in writing 3 days prior to first class. No refunds after classes have begun.
The Basic Rider Course (BRC) was developed by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) as a complete riding program for the beginner rider. The course consists of 7 hours of interactive classroom learning and at least 11 hours of hands-on riding instruction. The 2-1/2 day course provides basic riding skills to minimize risk. In the classroom, learn about the different types of motorcycles and how they operate, what to wear for comfort and protection, how to develop a riding strategy for dealing with traffic and road hazards, and the effect of alcohol and other drugs on your ability to ride safely. The BRC's riding exercises cover straight-line riding, shifting, braking, cornering and swerving techniques and motorcycle dynamics.
Trama's Auto School Inc. provides motorcycles, helmets, eye protection and course materials. You need to provide your own riding gear: sturdy, low-heeled over-the-ankle footwear, jacket, long pants, full-fingered gloves, and, if necessary, raingear. Prerequisite: You must be at least 16 years of age to participate. Participants under the age of 18 will be required to have their parent or guardian's notarized signature on their MANYS application. The ability to ride a bicycle is a requirement for admission to the BRC.
For further program details, schedule and to register, please contact TRAMA s directly @ 718.847.2015 or http://www.tramas.com/