Are you tired of been harassed as a bus or keke driver. Are not tired of your car keys been ceased and your vehicle taken to police station, are you not tired of paying fine worth more than your monthly earnings just to retrieve your car. If you are, then you have to be professionally certified as a driver. This go beyond just the obtaining and the renewal of your driver's licence. But, it places you as a member of the road safety commission and guarantee you a driving job with top companies like chevron, shell and even some top motoring companies. You stand a chance of creating your driving school.
FRSC Drivers Certification Course
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) was established on 18 February, 1988 as the lead government agency on road safety matters. .
It's vision is to eradicate road traffic crashes and create a safe monitoring environment for Nigerians.
It's primary existence according to Act 2007 Section 10(3) is that of Educating drivers and motorists and other members of the public generally on the proper use of highways.
In order to fulfill the above mandates, the FRSC has been involved in the training and retraining of private, commercial and government drivers through its Road Transport Safety Standardization Certification Programme.
The Road Transport Safety Standardization Scheme (RTSSS)
The Road Transport Safety Standardization Scheme (RTSSS) is a Road Transport Regulatory Policy which stipulates minimum safety requirements for car Operators
2. The Scheme was launched by the President, Federal Republic of Nigeria on the 11th of September, 2007
Transport Operators shall be issued appropriate forms for data collection, certification and registration for Operators, Safety Officers and all necessary operational activities as may be required from time to time
Certificates, is based on the inspection assessments shall be presented to the qualified operators.
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