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Child restraint installation flyer

Published: | Category: Child restraints , Safe driving , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Advice and assistance, Communities, Course providers, Motorists, Visitors & new residents

Details of where to go for advice on installing child restraints. There are three versions of the flyers. Each flyer contains the same content but has a different option for the cover.  

Related information:

Buying and installing child restraints

Find a child restraint technician

Learning systems for driving instructors

Published: | Category: Driver training and assessment , Manuals | Audiences: Course providers, Driving instructors

The purpose of this publication is to provide a recognised industry standard in the delivery of driving instruction in New Zealand by approved driving instructors and in house company trainers. It also provides a resource for NZ Qualification Authority approved driver educator qualifications and the NZ Transport Agency approved driving instructor (I endorsement) course.

Child restraint technician's manual

Published: | Category: Child restraints , Safe driving , Leaflets & brochures | Audience: Course providers

This manual covers the legal requirements surrounding child restraints within New Zealand and provides best practice recommendations for the safe travel of children in vehicles.  

See also:

Becoming a child restraint technician (main content page) which includes the list of trainers and assessors. Becoming a child restraint technician (print guide)
 

Medication related substance impaired driving survey: attitude, knowledge and behaviour of New Zealand drivers 2017–19

Published: | Category: User surveys , Statistics & surveys | Audiences: Course providers, General, Medical practitioners

Since 2012, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency has led medication related substance impaired driving education programmes as a part of its role to deliver a range of activities under the Safer Journeys strategy. The project aims to enhance understanding of substance impaired driving (SID), create interventions and ultimately decrease the impact of substance impaired driving. This report summarises data from recent medication related substance impairment surveys. For more information on medication related substance impairment visit: https://www. nzta. govt. nz//medication/
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