Become a Street-Talk Defensive Driving Provider

Some things to consider before becoming a Street talk provider.

Do you have some experience in marketing and access to a reliable source of new clients? The minimum number of students you need to be able to run a course is four students.
Do you have an “I” Instructor endorsement to do the practical sessions in the course? If not,  you will need to get a qualified “I” endorsed Instructor to do the practical sessions for you.
Have you got good computer skills in the area of using Power Point and Excel as the course is run through these programmes. You may also need access to a data projector or TV monitor, as most presentation are done with these. 
Will you have access to a suitable venue? 
Just some things to consider before venturing on……

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


Step 1– 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) A list of providers can be found on this website under the find facility.  


Step 2– Hold unit standard 7097 (Deliver Interactive Training Sessions For Adult Education) or  unit standard 17975 – Plan, conduct and review interactive group learning for trainee drivers. Note: You will need to search the unit standard numbers on the NZQA website to find a local provider for the unit standards above  . www.nzqa.govt.nz

Other qualifications that will be suitable for this step in the process are listed below:

A certificate, diploma or degree in teaching                                                                 

 A diploma or degree in training and development                                                                         

 A certificate in Adult education which is at level 4 or above


Step 3– 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


Step 4– 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 

NOTE: Your application must have attached to it the following:

1- A copy of both sides of your Driver’s Licence.

2- A copy of your Street Talk Certificate from step 1 above.

3- Evidence of completion of any of the unit standards or qualifications listed in step 2 above.

4- Evidence of completion of unit standard 14522 listed in step 3 above.


Step 5– You can now register to do the three day training session below to learn how to facilitate the Street Talk programme.

Note: We cannot allow you to do the three day training session until you have completed steps 1,2,3 and 4 above.

Your contact for the three day training session 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: 101a Freyberg Street Lyall Bay Wellington.

Dates: Wednesday 10th, Thursday 11th, Friday 12th of April 2019.

Note: After the three day training course we will assess if you need further support to facilitate the programme.
There is no cost to attend the three day training course. You just need to have completed steps 1,2,3 and 4 above.