Driving Science course launched in Northern Ireland
The ‘world's first academic qualification in novice driver training’ is to be made available to all 16-year-olds in Northern Ireland (BBC News).
Using computer software, students will receive the foundation for a BTEC qualification in Driving Science.
The course software is being made available to schools by online education company a2om in partnership with the Northern Bank. The course content addresses the importance of combining the right attitude with car control skills.
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