Road User Education Project

Report
Road User Education Project RUE
Why
 Answer for members desires
 Advisory report to assist DG MOVE in drafting a
legislation about the issue
 CIECA contribution to reach the 50% reduction target
of road fatalities.
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What
 One year project
 Started at 15. October 2013 Klettwitz
 Three working groups
 Deadline is 31. October 2014
 CIECA report 1. February 2015
Road User Education CIECA project
End: 31 October
Working groups and objectives
 WG 1: Minimum driver competency standards
 A recommendation concerning minimum driver competency standards
 Chairman: Bernd Weiße TÜV | DEKRA Arge tp 21
 WG 2: Designing the framework for a curriculum
 A recommendation on the framework for a curriculum
 Chairman Kay Schulte, (DVR)
 WG 3: Minimum driver instructor competency standards
and accompanying persons
 A recommendation on minimum competency standards for driving
instructors and accompanying persons (layman instruction)
 Chairman: Ian Holden, (DVSA)
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WG 1: Minimum driver competency standards
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WG 1:
Minimum driver competency standards
Send out at
4th of April
with request of feedback until the
16th of May
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WG1
Current state
a
Motivation &
willingness
a
gender/age
motivational tendencies
physical disabilities
social competencies
volitional readiness
Soft competencies
=
Physical and
Personality traits
influencing driving
Personal attitudes
Physical attributes
Knowledge: Theoretical
competence and understanding
Skills: Driving aspects
Road traffic as a system: rules
and regulations
Preparation of car, load &
journey
Car handling/manoeuvre:
guide & control car
Risk awareness & hazard
perception
Traffic observation
Vehicle positioning & speed
adaption
Behaviour at crash sites
(includes first aid matters)
Safety check of car (includes
basic technical matters)
... in all situations ....
... under all conditions ...
Hard competences
=
Minimum
driving standards
Knowledge + ability = skills
Metagoal of minimum standards: safe + responsible + eco-friendly driving
a
Communication
Performance Standards
Knowledge &
Understanding
Lifelong Learning
Situative aspects
Willingness &
Behaviour: ability to
apply
a
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WG 2: Designing the framework for a curriculum
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WG2:
Designing the framework for a curriculum
Minimum Driver
Competence Standards
WG 1
GDE-Matrix
A blueprint for a curriculum
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Example…
Tecnical conditions
Brake sustem
Braking distance
Vehicle manoeuvring
„Aspects for safety margins
in relation to the GDE-Matrix“
Stopping distance
Type of road
Speed
Load
Weather
Rules about minimum
distance
Culture, social,
business background
Strategy of observing
Mastery of traffic
situations
Adaption to any situation
Reaction time
Marks on the street
Advanced driver
assistance systems
One second
Lateral distance
Two seconds
Overtaking distance
Go back into the lane
distance after overtaking
Risks of tailgating
Change the lane distance
Eco-driving
Goals and context distance
of driving
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Vehicle positioning &
speed adaption
- Speed adaption
- Safety margins
Tailgating from
behind
- Hazard avoidance
- Eco-Driving
Importance of safety
Goals for life and
skills for living
To have too much
trust on advanced
driver assistance
systems
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WG3: Minimum driver instructor competency
standards and accompanying persons
Road User Education Project - RUE
WG3: Minimum driver instructor competency standards
and accompanying persons
Minimum Driver
Competence Standards
WG 1
A blueprint of
a curriculum
WG 2
minimum competency standards for driving
instructors and accompanying persons
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Some thoughts
 Waiting for the outcomes of WG1 and WG2 .
 Produce output standards which each country could
then work to deliver in its own way.
 The minimum competence requirement for driving
teachers is that they must be able to teach whatever
is in the driver competence standard.
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Driver
competence
Standard
Driver
learning right
things
Teaching
right things in
a right way
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Requirements
for
Curriculum
Requirements
for intructor
Competent
instructor
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Results
Toolbox
 Tools to define driver competences
 Tools to make better driver education
 Tools to make better curriculums
 Tools to make better instructors
 Tools to align these three things
 Tools to connect these things together
 Tools to make traffic more safety
.
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