The Driving School of Singapore has a new name – The Driving Academy – but it’s not just a name change.
A big focus of the academy is to provide students with the skills to get into a driving school.
Here’s a look at the curriculum that’s part of the Driving School.
Driving Academy Singapore curriculum The driving school curriculum covers driving basics and driving in urban areas.
It’s not limited to urban areas, but it does include some practical driving training as well.
There are also several learning activities that students can undertake during their course.
The driving course consists of about 20 to 30 hours, depending on the level of the student’s driving experience.
It includes a simulator, practice driving, and practice driving at road speeds, which is ideal for drivers with less driving experience but who still want to get better at the driving task.
The simulator involves using a computer to simulate a real-life vehicle’s driving environment.
It is meant to help students learn about traffic laws and road hazards.
The online course consists mainly of lectures and practical exercises.
It involves students in a variety of driving conditions, including the city centre, the suburbs, and busy streets.
The practical driving course is the most important of the three, as it is where students learn to use the vehicle in everyday driving situations.
Students take part in a range of driving challenges in the simulator.
This includes driving on roads with pedestrians and cyclists, driving at high speeds, and driving at slow speeds.
Students also have to make good use of their driving skills, as the course is designed to be a thorough training for the next level of driving.
Driving School Singapore curriculum in photos Students take a lesson on the cityscape in Singapore, where the driving school courses are held.
The training session is held in a building, which has been converted into a training centre for the students.
The building is made of steel and is decorated with bright colours.
The school’s students have access to a wide range of safety equipment and training equipment, which includes a video camera, a helmet and a handbrake.
A large whiteboard sits on the ground outside the school.
The centre is located near a busy junction and the students have to complete the traffic rules and traffic signals in a reasonable time.
There is also a separate school for children who do not have a driving licence.
Driving school in photos Singapore has one of the highest levels of traffic accidents in the world.
The country is ranked number one in the OECD, and its rate of road accidents has been falling.
Singapore is also one of only two countries in the region to have achieved an annual decrease in traffic fatalities, and in terms of the number of fatalities, Singapore has the highest death toll of any country.
A study released by the National Traffic Safety Board in 2014 estimated that Singapore has more than 200,000 road fatalities a year, which account for around 2.4 per cent of all road accidents in Singapore.
Singapore’s death rate in 2014 was the highest in the Southeast Asia region, according to a survey conducted by the United Nations Development Programme.
Singapore has about 40 million people living in its capital city, which was built on the site of the old British naval base in the city’s outskirts.
In 2016, the Singapore government approved a plan to demolish the former naval base and build a new city.