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Driver education does not necessarily reduce young driver crashes. To their credit, driver and traffic safety education efforts have long been designed to aid the driver in gaining a license to meet minimum standards designed by government agencies. To that end , The Jumpstart program is to mentor soon to be drivers , young and experienced drivers and to assess the skills to meet their employment or their driving requirements and help them become safer drivers.

This is a practical based mentorship program that allows the participant to interact and enhance various knowledge and skills of motor vehicles and driving

  • The sessions are to support parents who have teenagers and young adults who are curious and interested in how motor vehicles work and unfortunately do not have the skill or time to teach them

  • Soon to be Drivers who would like to familiarise themselves with Knowledge and Skills prior to taking a driving test

  • Young Drivers who have just attained their drivers licence and wish to improve and enhance their driving skills, safety and confidence where necessary

  • Experienced drivers who require their skills assessed to meet employment or driving requirements

The sessions include two modules, supervised and managed by the INFAMA team of automotive engineers and administration staff.

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Jumpstart Driver
  • Knowledge of motor vehicle parts and functions

  • Motor vehicle checks and basic maintenance

  • Vehicle Controls, vehicle warning lights and their meanings

  • Tyre management

  • Road signs, traffic offences, hand signals and fines

  • General road safety and human factors that affect driving

  • Basic defensive driving skills

Interested in How Cars Work (Age 10-16 Yrs)
Jumpstart Senior
Soon to be or New Drivers (Age 17-18 Yrs)
  • Introduction to motor vehicle parts and functions

  • Introduction to motor vehicle checks and basic maintenance

  • Vehicle Controls, warning lights and their meaning

  • Road signs, traffic rules, regulations, offences and fines

  • General road safety and human factors that affect driving

  • Basic Life Saving Skills and First Aid

Licensed or Aspiring
Jumpstart Junior
Module 1: How Does A Car / Vehicle Work
  • Basic Introduction to Motor Vehicle Engineering

  • Rationale behind requirements to operate a motor vehicle

  • Physics and Forces in Motor Vehicle operation

  • Introduction to motor vehicle checks and basic maintenance

  • General safety on the road / basic life saving skills

  • Basic knowledge of road signs, markings and hand signals

  • Basic Motor vehicle tools, Safety items and Tyre management

Module 2: Safety and Survival on the Road
Module 1: How Does A Car / Vehicle Work
Module 2: Safety and Survival on the Road
Module 1: How Does The Car / Vehicle You Drive Work
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Jumpstart Driver On-boarding / Assessment
  • Driving skills assessment and corrective actions

  • Enhancing knowledge of motor vehicles and basic maintenance

  • Tyre management

  • Vehicle Controls, warning lights and their meaning

  • Basic defensive driving

  • General road safety and human factors that affect driving

  • Road test assessment

Module 2: Safety and Survival on the Road
Module 1: How Does The Car / Vehicle You Drive Work
Module 2: Safety and Survival on the Road