Traffic Safety Courses

Traffic Safety Courses


General Traffic Safety School

The Traffic Safety School program is a course of instruction designed to reduce the number of violations and crashes in Wisconsin. Participants will examine their driving behavior and review traffic laws and penalties. Emphasis will be placed on ways to drive responsibly. The Traffic Safety School program will show participants how to develop a change plan to reduce their risk of traffic violations and crashes. There is a minimum of 12 classroom hours in this program. Depending on the students Wisconsin driving record status, a three-demerit point reduction to their current record may be requested upon successful completion of the course.

Course is open to the public.

Contact Western's registration center at 608.785.9553 or your local Western Regional location.




Group Dynamic

The Group Dynamics program is a highway safety initiative within Wisconsin which aims to assist persons involved in their first alcohol/other drug-related traffic offense to make permanent changes in their irresponsible drinking and driving behavior and attitudes. There is a minimum of 21 classroom hours contained in this alcohol/other drug educational program. Depending on the students Wisconsin driving record status, a three-demerit point reduction to their current record may be requested upon successful completion of the course.

This is a court-ordered course.

Contact:
Nancy Boero
boeron@westerntc.edu
608.789.4769

or

Doreen Olson
olsond@westerntc.edu
608.789.4731




Multiple Offender Program

The Multiple Offender Program is a specialized education course for individuals who have received two or more Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) charges. In addition to providing alcohol education, the course will focus on modifying the unhealthy attitudes and behaviors that foster repeat irresponsible impaired driving. The course emphasizes strategies and techniques that assist individuals in changing high-risk attitudes and behaviors related to alcohol, other drugs and driving. Small group sessions and participation of a concerned other, at a minimum of two sessions, along with self-evaluation techniques will be utilized. The course is conducted over 30 classroom hours and a follow up evaluation three months after the last classroom session. Depending on the students Wisconsin driving record status, a three-demerit point reduction to the current record may be requested upon successful completion of the course.

This is a court-ordered course.

Contact:
Nancy Boero
boeron@westerntc.edu
608.789.4769

or

Doreen Olson
olsond@westerntc.edu
608.789.4731