The General Directorate of Traffic and Oryx GTL are continuing with their commitment to students in the area of road safety.
Hundreds of youths in Qatar are gaining road safety knowledge and are helping create a culture of road safety thanks to a programme sponsored by Oryx GTL and endorsed by the General Directorate of Traffic, the company has said in a statement. ‘Students for Road Safety’ aims to turn 10 to 21-year-olds into road safety ambassadors through interactive presentations and practical training on the programme’s advanced driving simulator.
This month, ‘Students for Road Safety’ visited Jassim Bin Hamad Independent Secondary School for Boys, where a total of 137 students participated in two interactive presentation sessions aiming to raise awareness of the dangers of reckless driving and to encourage positive behaviour change. The sessions were followed by five days of practical training on the programme’s driving simulator, where the same group of students experienced first-hand the potential dangers of driving, in a safe virtual environment.
Practical training on the programme’s driving simulator
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