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NCCC Driver Training and Safety Courses

Driver Training Courses

AAA

Driver Education

Niagara County Community College partners with AAA of Western and Central NY to offer a Driver Education course to help High School Students and other new drivers learn proper and safe driving procedures. The course is designed for individuals 16 years of age and older.  Students under 18 who successfully complete the program will receive the NY State MV-285(Blue Card) which enables individuals 17 years of age to secure a Senior Operators license.  Additionally,  upon successful completion of the program students will receive a basic one year membership from AAA and may be eligible for insurance reduction rates from their insurance company. 

See below or call 716-614-6236 for dates and to register.

Location: Niagara County Community College,
Registration: Phone (716) 614-6236, Fax (716) 614-6822
Class Schedule:
January 27 - March 19, 2015 - Tuesday and Thursday - 5 pm to 8 pm - Room E-142

                           

Driving Improvement Program for Traffic Violators

This 3-hour traffic course is for area traffic court defendants who have been referred by the local judiciary for a safe driving course.  Admittance into the program is arranged with the local traffic courts and office of Continuing Education at NCCC. The course is offered under the auspices of the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles.  You may take this course only one time in an 18 –month period.  The course is offered the first Saturday and Third Monday of each month. Pre-class registration is preferred.

Location: Niagara County Community College Room E-142
Registration: Phone (716) 614-6236, Fax (716) 614-6822
Class Schedule:
Saturday 9 am - 12 pm: November 1, December 6, 2014
Mondays 6-9 pm: October 20, November 17, December 15, 2014

 

Driving Insurance & Point Reduction Program

This 6-hour point and insurance reduction program offers education for safe driving.  In addition, you may receive a subtraction of up to four (4) points from your driving record and a minimum 10 percent reduction in the base rate of your auto liability, no-fault and collision insurance premiums each year for three years as principal operator of a vehicle. You may take the course once every three years.  To register for the Driving Insurance & Point Reduction Program, call AAA of Western NY and register for a class held at NCCC.  The AAA number is 1-800-836-2582

Location: Niagara County Community College,
Registration: Phone 1-800-836-2582
Class Schedule: November 15, and December 13, 2014

Driving Insurance & Point Reduction Program – Online

NCCC and the National Safety Council Offers a NYS DMV approved program in the online format for $39.95.  The course is NYS specific and will run a minimum of 320 minutes in length. You will be able to stop and start while taking the program.  Your voice imprint will be registered and checked 6x during the course to guarantee that the person taking the course is the person registered for the course.   Course must be completed within 30 days of registering.  You are allowed up to three attempts to pass.  For additional information on the online program go to National Safety Council or call 1-800-962-3434.

To receive a $5.00 discount when registering for the course, use NCCC referral code #120.

 Upcoming Events

Driver Education
January 20-March 19, 2015
Tuesday and Thursday
5 pm to 8 pm

Call 716-614-6236 to register

Contact

jdelorenzo@niagaracc.suny.edu
716.614.6236

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