Home of 2 virtual interactive simulators!
Our students spend a minimum of 4 hours on our 2 virtual interactive state of the art simulators. Scenarios include all weather conditions, hazard recognition, impairment, distracted driving and more. Over 400 different situations and environments even flat tires, sudden acceleration, and avoiding head-on collisions. Students are scored on each segment and progress is recorded throughout their class time. *Students are credited with 1 hour towards their 6 hours of behind the wheel requirements due to their simulator instruction. Teens that have an opportunity to develop their hazard scanning skills in a virtual trainer are less likely to have a crash than those who haven't. Why is it effective? If you're familiar with the pyramid of learning, it describes how we learn best when we have the opportunity to read, hear, and then perform an action task associated with the content. A virtual trainer can approach the 75% retention level of the learning pyramid by employing all three methods of learning. The courseware is presented via multimedia and then followed by a simulated drive that corresponds to a particular lesson.