Become a Street-Talk Defensive Driving Provider

To become an Advanced Course (Street-Talk defensive driving) provider you will need to complete the following steps:

  1. Make application to the NZIDI Training Group to become a provider, by emailing us the NZIDI Training Group app form  to  a1drive@a1driving-wellington.co.nz  and a copy of both sides of your drivers Licence. Note upon receiving your application above we will contact you to gauge your suitability to be a course provider.

  2. Complete a Street Talk course with one of the providers and gain a certificate of completion. (This will give you an overview of the programme and help you decide if you want to facilitate the programme) Remember to send us a copy your Street talk certificate as proof of your completion of the course.

  3. Hold unit standard 7097 (Deliver Interactive Training Sessions For Adult Education) this is available as a distance-learning package from The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand. Your contact for this is:

    Free phone 0508 650 200


  4. Hold Unit standard 14522 (Describe processes which lead to enhanced driver self-management) this is available from Stephen Wickens PassRite Wellington. Your contact for this is:

    Stephen Wickens

    PassRite Wellington

    14 Broken Hill Road

    Porirua. 5022

    Ph. 04 2375950 or 0272885712

    Email stephen.passrite@xtra.co.nz


  5. Attend a 3 day training course to learn how to facilitate the Street Talk programme. Your contact for this is:

    Wayne Young

    NZIDE Training Group Ltd

    P.O.Box 14-144

    Kilbirnie

    Wellington. 6241

    Ph. 04 3877480 or 0272408860

    Email a1drive@a1driving-wellington.co.nz 

    Next 3 Day Training Course.

    Venue Wellington

    Dates: Wednesday 12th, Thursday 13th, Friday 14th of December 2018.

    Venue Wellington

    Dates: Wednesday 13th, Thursday 14th, Friday 15th of February 2019.

    Note: your facilitation skills and suitability to be a provider will be assessed at the 3 day training course.
    There is no cost to attend the three day training course, you just need to have completed a Street Talk course as a student, made application and have or be working towards the two unit standards as above)