If you have young drivers within the ages of 16-21 in your household, you owe it to your family to enroll them in the Tire Rack Street Survival School (TRSS) scheduled for October 5th, 2019 at the Public Safety Training Center located just south of the Austin Community College’s Hays county campus in Kyle.
The Public Safety Training Center is part of ACC and was just opened in September, 2018. Its mission is to provide driver training to first responders and law enforcement as well as other skills central to these professions. For the first time, the center has partnered with, and made available to, the community to provide a safe place to conduct this clinic. The Emergency Vehicle Operations Course, on which the TRSS will be held, provides a safe environment in which to learn and practice car control skills.
The in-car coaches, are drawn from a cadre of performance driving instructors that teach at BMW and Porsche driving events, but who also carry a special certification from Tire Rack that focuses on the application of these skills to this school.
We are also looking for volunteers to help layout the course the evening before, man the exercises the day of the school and become coaches (instructors). To become a coach, we ask that the candidates have participated in at least one autocross or DE and have completed the online certification which can be found at http://streetsurvival.org/schools/become-a-coach/ .
Volunteers: course setup time is on Friday, Oct 4th, from 10a.m. until 3pm to avoid rush hour traffic.
For more information about the Tire Rack Street Survival School, please visit http://streetsurvival.org/schools/frequently-asked-questions/ and to register, please visit, https://www.motorsportreg.com/index.cfm/event/register.trss/uidEvent/0D35BF04-AA8E-B50A-DED71ED9CD3627D3.
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