An introduction to driving for people in difficulties
FIT is aimed at groups in social difficulty with a relatively low level of qualification. The aim is to support the development of positive social skills to encourage integration and employment. Since 1989, FIT has been developing activities in two areas: mobility for social integration (75%) and learning French (25%).
The project is part of the development of a community driving school that is now deployed across the département of Puy de Dôme. It consists of the acquisition of a driving simulator to set up an initial driver-training course adapted for people facing major difficulties. This equipment will help ensure that each trainee who has difficulties receives an initial training and assessment before transferring to a car. Using a driving simulator reduces the number of driving hours (up to 20 fewer), which significantly reduces the cost of training.share this project
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