These training sessions and courses are for drivers of all levels including young drivers and motorcycle riders. We’ve partnered up with Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, Waikato District Council, Waipa District Council and some other key partners to help fund these courses.
Each course supports Council’s Vision Zero target, that means we will not accept any deaths or serious injuries on our roads. They also align with Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency’s Road to Zero strategy.
Youth Driver - 27 November
Driver skills training days in Hamilton for learner and restricted licence holders aged 15-24 years.
This training is delivered by a Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency approved driving instructor and focuses on practical skills, attitudes and decision making that can help our young drivers make safer decisions behind the wheel.
The programme includes:
- practical skills training
- driver distraction
- peer pressure
- impaired driving
- tyre maintenace.
To register phone Holden Driver Training
Motorcycle training courses
Two day courses held 12-13 November
Practical and theory based sessions for motorcycle and scooter riders of all levels. The aim of these sessions is to increase the confidence of riders. In most cases, all riders must have a motorcycle licence and provide their own bike.
The sessions cover:
- bike maintenance
- slow speed manoeuvres.
Motorcycle safety – info, tips and courses
Check out Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency’s information on safe driving tips, and visit the teach someone to drive website (supported by Waka Kotahi and ACC).
Use the links below to find out more about the training courses available – including ones we support – and get registration information.
In most cases, all riders must have a motorcycle licence and provide their own bike.
- Motorcycle safety and training courses – Roadsafe Rider
- Motorcycle safety and training courses – Ride Forever
- Motorcycle safety and training courses – ProRider
- Motor scooter safety – Scooter Survival
- Motorcycles – licences and courses – Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency
Last updated 13 October 2022