Driving training for people with motor disabilities
In Haute-Corse, mobility plays a central role in issues in employment, integration, sustainable development, economic activity and transport.
Working with CAP EMPLOI and the mobility platform project group, OLCQ is to acquire an automatic driving-school vehicle specially adapted for people with motor disabilities.
The vehicle will be used to design training courses for B-category driving licences (for cars). The beneficiaries will be selected as part of their job-seeking assistance programme and referred to the driving school to complete their licence training. The vehicle will also be of use as part of the existing driving school activity for individuals experiencing major difficulties in learning how to drive with a manual gearbox.share this project
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