Drink-Driver Education Course

Our Accredited Drink Driver Education Course will assist you to learn more about: the effects of alcohol and drugs on your ability to complete tasks including driving, Standard Drinks and how to calculate them, BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration), and the interlock conditions which may be imposed should you be found guilty of a drink-driving offence. The course also provides information about the adverse effects of alcohol and drugs on health. 

We offer many drink driving courses in many locations across Melbourne, Regional Victoria and even within the Gippsland corridor.

Overview of the Drink-Driver Education Course

The course is conducted over a period approximately 8 hours, 2 x 4 hour sessions. You are required to attend both sessions and at the end of the second session you will receive a certificate of completion.

The course covers:

Session 1:

  • The Behaviours and Consequences of Alcohol Consumption
  • The Effects of Alcohol on the body, the mind and society
  • Who uses alcohol in Australia
  • Problems Alcohol cause in Society
  • Drink-Driving Penalties in Victoria
  • Three Ways of Changing Consumption Behaviour

Session 2:

  • How Alcohol enters and leaves the body
  • Calculating Standard Drinks and BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration)
  • The process/Information of an Interlock Condition
  • Consequences of a Repeated Drink Driving offence
  • Strategies for Not Re-Offending

Upon completion of the Drink-Driver Education course, you will receive a certificate of completion which you will need to bring with you to the Magistrate’s Court and to VicRoads. However, if you are required to complete a Licence Eligibility Report, you will also need to have this done before you go to court. To find out whether you need to complete a Licence Eligibility Report, please click here.

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