Chapter 1. ROAD SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE
Chapter 2. THE DRIVER
Chapter 3. THE ROAD AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Chapter 4. THE VEHICLE
Educational models based on behaviour change have undergone a profound transformation, moving from focusing on “teaching and the teacher” to now focusing on “learning and the learner”. Learning is not having much intellectual knowledge, but being competent in its use. This change has allowed us to achieve results that are extrapolated to the teaching of driving, where the emotional behavioural component is a key factor in the behaviour of the driver behind the wheel.
Therefore, the course of Intelligent Driving in Simulation aims to develop the following competencies:
Promotion of safety habits, such as the use of the seat belt (passive safety) and the correct use and maintenance of active and passive safety elements of the vehicle.
Ability to adapt and adjust driving to the characteristics of the road and the environment. Course simulator + realism.