This 21-hour driver’s education course is designed to assist those who have been involved in an “operating-while-intoxicated” offense (OWI). Students receive information about short and long-term effects of alcohol and other drugs, alcohol consumption and impairment, and Wisconsin OWI related laws and penalties. For more information on this course, contact us at (608) 757-7630.
This specialized, 33-hour course is designed to assist persons who have been involved in two or more OWIs. Students will examine the benefits and consequences of their lifestyle and high-risk behaviors. Small-group activities, self-evaluation, and the required participation of a “concerned other” at two sessions will help accomplish the course objectives. For more information on this course, contact us at (608) 757-7630.
The Traffic Safety School program is a course of instruction designed to reduce the number of violations and crashes in Wisconsin. Participants will examine their driving behavior and review traffic laws and penalties. Emphasis will be placed on ways to drive responsibly. The Traffic Safety School program will show participants how to develop a change plan to reduce their risk of traffic violations and crashes. There is a minimum of 12 classroom hours in this program. Depending on the student’s Wisconsin driving record status, a three-demerit point reduction to their current record may be requested upon successful completions of the course. For more information on this course, contact us at (608) 757-7630.
Underage AODA Education Program
The Juvenile AODA Education Program is for individuals under 21 years of age who have received a citation for an alcohol and other drug violation that was not a DUI (driving under the influence). This course provides an educational setting for participants to develop a personal change plan that promotes an alcohol and other drug-free lifestyle. Students who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate which they can use to report back to the court. For more information on this course, contact us at (608) 757-7630.
Motorcycle Rider Safety
The Basic Motorcycle Rider Course is a 16-hour class, consisting of six hours of classroom instruction with ten hours of range training. Motorcycles are provided for students. All classroom and range exercises will be held at Blackhawk Technical College Central Campus, located at the address above. This class is designed to help the novice, as well as the veteran rider, develop street riding skills that will make riding safer and more enjoyable. Learn More about this course, or contact us at (608) 757-7690.