Drivers Education Teacher Training
Michigan Traffic Safety is approved by the Michigan Department of State to conduct Driver Education Teacher Training courses. This program includes the American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association’s National Credentialing Certification. This is the only offering in the state of Michigan that includes both NATIONAL and STATE CERTIFICATION.
We are excited to offer 12 College Credits Available through St. Cloud State University with our Drivers Education Teacher Training Course.
Instructor training courses are flooding the market. Check them carefully before you choose! There is a DIFFERENCE and you have a CHOICE. Our program is different because we offer:
- Personal Instructor Experience
All MI Traffic Safety instructors have a Ph.D. or Masters Degree in Traffic Safety Education. Work with THE BEST!
MI Traffic Safety is the only program in the state of Michigan that includes both National and State Certification, plus college credits.
DO YOU QUALIFY TO BECOME A DRIVERS EDUCATION TEACHER?
Want to Host a Class?
Contact Robin Bordner at 269-506-5111
Michigan Traffic Safety Drivers Education Teacher Training Course
2018 Teacher Training Course Locations
- Summer – Lansing, MI
Summer Course – Lansing, MI
Location: Comfort Inn West – 525 North Canal Road, Lansing, MI 48917
Class Times: Class time: Friday 5:30-10:00PM & Saturday 8:30 am – 5:00PM
Class #1 – Driver Task Analysis: : July 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28 – 2018
Class #2 – Developing Class Knowledge: August 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25 – 2018
Class #3 – Developing Vehicle Operation Skills: September 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22 – 2018
Class #4 – Student Teaching: Scheduled individually at a provider near you. MTS conducts placement assistance.
PAYMENT PLANS are available. Please call for information.
What They Are Saying
“Although I am a certified instructor, when my employer offered me the opportunity to take the Driver Education Instructor Preparation class with Michigan Traffic Safety, I jumped on it. The information was thorough and current not only to the Michigan Graduated Licensing, but to the new ADTSEA 3.0 curriculum. We learned how to create lesson plans that will meet the Michigan Department of State’s standards and shown new inventive ways to deliver the lessons to the teens. The time spent on Behind The Wheel preparation is very valuable for future instructors. I am taking the extra knowledge I have gained to reinvent and enhance my skills as a professional Driver’s Education Instructor.”Cathy Smith
Robin Bordner and Michigan Traffic Safety prepare new instructors to be successful teachers from their very first assignment. Their graduates “hit the ground running” and require very little additional training to be able to handle a classroom, prepare the required State of Michigan paperwork, and deliver the curriculum effectively. I am confident that a prospective instructor trained by M.T.S. will be a valuable asset to my driver training company.Craig Sanford