Driver Education Program
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Would you trust a pilot who went to Flight School online?
Our courses have cars and actually puts students behind the wheel.
The Driver Education Program is offered by Broward County Public Schools at 14 locations and is free of charge. View the upcoming classes
All of Broward County Public Schools Driver’s Education instructors are state certified. Certification in Driver’s Education requires successful completion of three, high level, college Driver’s Education courses. After the courses are completed instructors send their transcripts to Florida’s Department of Education were they do a final check before the endorsement is added to their teaching certificates. The DOE checks their criminal background, driving records and that the curriculum was completed at an accredited university.
Substance Abuse Class
Broward County Public Schools offers the Substance Abuse Class within our driving program. This class is only recognized when the student successful completes the restricted test with us. If a student does not test with us he or she will have to take the Substance Abuse class on their own. If a student has already completed a Substance Abuse class they must show their instructor the certificate so they will be eligible for the restricted test.
Drivers Education Teacher Endorsement Program
In order to become an Drivers' Education Instructor, you must complete 3 college level courses to become endorsed through the State of Florida. Broward County Public Schools has partnered with Nova Southeastern University and is offering the endorsement program. All of the courses need to be taken in a sequential order. Classes will be offered during the summer.
Additional information on endorsement classes
For additional information, call Undergraduate Admissions, Nova Southeastern University at (954) 262-8000.