Helping Learner Drivers Become Safe Drivers Workshop

Are you supervising a young adult on their Ls? Get some tips and tricks on how you can best supervise your child or younger sibling while they’re logging hours to get their Learners with our free workshop.

Sometimes it can be nerve-wracking to be in the passenger seat and supervise your child or younger sibling when they’re logging their hours for their Learners. That’s why Penrith Council and Transport for NSW have partnered to run a free online workshop to provide you with some of the best tools and tips when it comes to Learner Driver supervision.

The workshop will cover topics such as:

  • How to supervise learner drivers
  • How to complete the Learner Driver Logbook
  • The important role you play in supporting your child or young adult while they learn how to drive
  • What the license conditions for Learners and Provisional License holders are
  • How to complete 120 hours of supervised driving with a minimum of 20 hours of night driving
  • Advice on holding L plates for a minimum of one year before a Provisional (P1) License

You will also have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have and receive advice from a Road Safety expert.

The workshop is best suited for anyone supervising a person under 25 years. You can be a parent, older sibling, or older person supervising a child, sibling or young adult in getting their Ls.

The workshop will be held on Microsoft Teams. You can access Teams via PC, laptop or mobile phone, and will need internet access.

Limited spots available. Register for the free Helping Learner Drivers Become Safe Drivers Workshop

If the workshop is full, you will be offered a place on the waiting list.

Dates & Times

No upcoming occurrences.