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A 45 to 90-minute lively workshop for pre-driving teens and their parents.
To many parents, the thought of their teen becoming a driver is a scary one and they’re probably wondering “What is there for me to do this far in advance of driver’s education with my teen?” Well, there’s a lot they can do! Your school can help by conducting AAA’s Dare to Prepare workshop for them and their pre-driving teens. The workshop focuses on:
o Importance of parental involvement,
o Understanding the reasons why teens crash,
o Understanding your state’s graduated driver licensing laws,
o Identifying what to look for when choosing a vehicle for your teen,
o Importance of parent-teen driving agreement and more!
Dare to Prepare is designed for both parents and pre-driving teens together, but versions of it are available for just teens or just parents. It comes with a presenter’s guide and PowerPoint, as well as a lot of ideas and activities to get parents and teens engaged in the workshop.
Being an active participant in their teen’s driving learning curve is more important than they may know. Help your school’s parents get started! Contact Don Lindsey at AAA in Knoxville (email@example.com or 865-862-9250) to schedule a Dare to Prepare workshop, or to schedule a train-the-trainer workshop for your school’s staff.
This program is available in two ways: taught by AAA staff, or AAA staff can teach school staff to conduct the workshop. Training for staff should take no more than an hour or so.
Because of the need for training, the materials are not available on a website.
To get your points:
1. Take photos and videos of your Dare to Prepare workshop.
2. Click "Submit Your Points."
3. Enter the name of the submitter and select the activity completed, the county, and school.
4. Upload your photo/video footage and a brief description of the activity (including the date of completion and any people pictured in the photo).
**Note - Points for all award levels will be counted instantaneously, but the Silver Award will not be granted until a participating school has earned the Bronze Award!**