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Illinois resident Barb Caracci is passionate about impacting people’s lives as a certified defensive driving course instructor.
“I knew that it could make a difference, that it could actually save people’s lives,” she said of her career, which has spanned 20 years.
“I love it. I absolutely love it.”
Certified defensive driving instructors are part of an exclusive group. They perform a vital role in a lifesaving program that combats the more than 40,000 roadway deaths in the U.S. each year.
The National Safety Council always needs committed people who are passionate about educating others and saving lives. NSC has thousands of certified defensive driving instructors representing large and small organizations of all types: private industry, education and training, nonprofit, community service, and local, county, court and federal government agencies.
Here are a few of the many reasons why people choose to become NSC instructors:
Watch the video below to hear from just a few dedicated and enthusiastic NSC instructors about why they teach.
NSC offers a variety of driver safety classroom courses, which can only be taught by certified NSC instructors. To ensure the courses are taught consistently by quality, dependable instructors, NSC has developed a convenient eLearning Instructor Certification Course for people who want to teach its defensive driving courses. Watch a brief video to see an example of the online courses.
Want to learn even more about NSC instructor-led, certified courses? View more details here. To start the process of becoming a certified NSC instructor, contact NSC at (800) 621-7619 or request information here.
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