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Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving

Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving Course 2/09/2023 AM - ONLINE

$141

with Nicole Boutillier

Calendar Feb 9, 2023 at 9 am

NEW: This course will be conducted using the ZOOM platform. Participants MUST have access to video and audio equipment and be in a quiet location for the duration of the 6-hour course. You must:

· Register with an accurate email and mailing address and keep them up to date. We will e-mail the class Zoom meeting link and mail your course materials via USPS.

· Download the free ZOOM application prior to this class. Check-in will begin 15 minutes before the class starts. You must log into the class using your legal first and last name.

· You must complete the course within 90 days of your court date. The class is non-refundable.

Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving (ADD) is an interactive course that teaches drivers 21 and older personal responsibility and respectful decision-making to ensure they can make safe and legal driving decisions. Based on William Glaser's Choice Theory, participants will focus on their behaviors, judgment, and consequences behind the wheel. ADD may be mandated by Court Order as an option to dismiss an infraction, mandated as part of a judgment and sentence, and/or as an option to defer a sentence.

 

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Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving Course 2/13/2023 AM - at South Division

$141

with Nicole Boutillier

Calendar Feb 13, 2023 at 9 am

NEW: This course will be held in person in Department 2 at our South Division, 20520 68th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98036 beginning at 9:00 am. You must:

· Register with an accurate email and mailing address and keep them up to date.

· You must complete the course within 90 days of your court date. The class is non-refundable.

Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving (ADD) is an interactive course that teaches drivers 21 and older personal responsibility and respectful decision-making to ensure they can make safe and legal driving decisions. Based on William Glaser's Choice Theory, participants will focus on their behaviors, judgment, and consequences behind the wheel. ADD may be mandated by Court Order as an option to dismiss an infraction, mandated as part of a judgment and sentence, and/or as an option to defer a sentence.

 





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