Rules of the Road Permit Prep Course
DrivingMBA’s Online Permit Prep Course is an interactive overview of information found in the Arizona Driver’s License manual.
The class is broken down into different levels and missions to make it easier to manage studying with a variety of schedules. The whole course takes approximately 3 hours but can be completed at a student’s chosen pace. It can be stopped and started, and missions can be repeated as desired. Each mission includes visual demonstrations or images, along with a verbal explanation to help a wide range of learners understand the importance and meaning of different road rules.
All students are able to interact with the course administrator, who is an experienced and fully MVD and Department of Ed Certified Trainer with DrivingMBA. If a student has questions or needs clarification on concepts, they are able to reach out to the trainer throughout the program and get feedback or clarification directly. Students take small quizzes throughout the course with questions similar to what they will find with the MVD’s permit test, which can help them prepare for the actual permit test.
Online Coaching Course
2 Part Course: For parents or anyone that will be doing driving practice with the novice driver
Specifically designed for parent or guardians of young drivers between the ages of 15 and 24.
This portion of the class is typically done in-house, however, due to COVID-19, we have temporarily made it available online. The purpose of this portion of the course is to provide parents or guardians with useful information about the topic of novice drivers in order to assist them in their decision making when getting ready to have a novice driver in the household. Below are the topics covered:
- Significant role of the parent/guardian/coach in the process of learning to drive
- Best practices in driving, how and what Driving MBA teaches and how to be the best coach possible for the novice driver
- The research and models used in developing the curriculum and assessing a student’s skills
- Importance of practicing the skills in between on-road lessons
- The fatality and injury statistics for young drivers
- Laws pertaining to novice drivers in the state of Arizona
- What to consider when putting a young driver on your insurance policy
Once this portion of the course is completed parents/guardians receive an e-mail with resources to aide in the practice with their novice driver.
Provides a practical guide through the practice driving, when, where, how and what to do in order to set your new driver up for success and how to properly coach them through each phase of the process.
DrivingMBA’s Director of Curriculum and Instruction covers the following topics with clear and precise explanations and video demonstrations as she is coaching a student through each of the different maneuvers. Below are the topic areas:
- How to set expectations and frame communication while practicing
- Vehicle Operation – preparing to drive, pre-drive checklists
- Where to begin and how to coach through turns, lane changes, lane choices
- Intermediate driving – how to move safely to more traffic situations
- Advanced driving – how to practice safely in more complex traffic situations
This course is designed to provide parents, guardians, anyone who is working with a novice driver practical tools and tips to properly coach, what to look for, how to stay ahead of the driver and practice safe coaching skills.