The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has introduced a revamped curriculum for driving schools as part of its efforts to make the country’s roads safer.
Prepared by experts in the road traffic field, the revised curriculum addresses the shortcomings in the existing one, besides covering all relevant practical and theoretical aspects of driving.
The curriculum will equip learners with proper skills, knowledge and attitudes required to develop the necessary competence and discipline while driving.
It has been split into several modules that provide guidance for the training and testing of drivers of motorcycles, light vehicles, matatus and commercial vehicles. Persons with disabilities will now also benefit from a raft of measures to enable them to learn to drive with ease and safely.