The DDC 4 NSC Driver Training is comprised of course components carefully aligned to promote the best possible instruction and provide a good mix of technologies and interactions that result in a comprehensive and constructive learning experience.


In a creative blended approach to training, NSC combines traditional training methods with technology to achieve learning and safety objectives. The interactive Design integrates classroom-based activities presented in reader-friendly and graphically rich materials (Instructor Guide and Course Guide) with an on-screen “Guide,” video, frontline perspectives and hazard based scenarios presented in an innovative multimedia product that is displayable/fully functional on “a DVD/TV with remote control system OR computer with projection unit.


Instructional Goals of DDC 4

The instructional goals of DDC 4 are to:

  • Influence and challenge participants to change their behind-the-wheel behaviors and attitudes so they will choose to drive safely, responsibly and lawfully
  • Provide participants with {new, correct, or reinforced} basic knowledge, skills and techniques to avoid collisions and decrease future violations


Benefits of DDC 4

There are numerous benefits of the DDC 4 course, including:

  • Individual
    • Renew awareness of roadway safety
    • Update or refresh knowledge, skills and techniques on defensive driving
    • Reduce risk of vehicle collision and personal injury
    • Dismissal of traffic ticket
    • Avoid insurance increases
    • Qualify for court supervision
    • Fulfill a court order
  • Corporate/Business
    • Demonstrate a commitment to safety for employees, their families and the public
    • Potential to improve a company’s bottom line since safety improvements lead to quality and reliability improvements
    • Reduce collisions, safety violations and employee injuries
    • Potential to reduce workers’ compensation insurance costs
    • Potential to reduce fleet insurance premiums
    • Potential to reduce liability exposure of a company
  • Community
    • Expose more drivers to our roadway community goals
    • Potential to reduce insurance rates in an (geographical) area
    • Create more ownership of our roadway community perspective
    • Help to meet OSHA standards and other regulatory requirements
    • Help companies attract and keep the best employees, who expect safety to be a priority in the workplace