Department of Health Education and Promotion

College of Health and Human Performance

ECU image

Driver Education

Driver Education

Tell a friend about this page.
All fields required.
Can be sent to only one email address at a time.
Share Facebook Icon Twitter Icon

Effective Spring 2013: Alternate Licensure Status Change

Thank you for your interest in the add-on licensure program for driver education at ECU. I will no longer be offering any classes to add 096, driver education, to your teaching license. If you need to teach driver education, you will need to contact DMV.

If you have any more questions, you may email me at shraderj@ecu.edu

Joe Shrader, PhD


Public School Teacher Licensure in Driver Education

Driver Education Frequently Asked Questions

Driver Education courses

Resource Guide: Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association

Driver Education Power Points

Introduction to HTS

Driver Licensing

Signs, Signals, and Markings

The Driving Task

The Human Element

Emotions and Driving

Alcohol and Driving

Drugs other than Alcohol

Natural Laws

Insurance

Passenger Safety

Vehicle Maintenance

Adverse Conditions

The College of Health & Human Performance
Minges Coliseum | Greenville, NC 27858-4353
252.328.4630 | Contact Us
© 2014 | Terms of Use | Last Updated: 2014-07-28
Give To East Carolina University