Driver Awareness Program
Why should you complete a DAP ?
All new club members need to be aware that in order to take part
in organised club trips other than easy, social, sight-seeing or
eco, they must have completed the club Driver Awareness Program
Exemption may be granted by the DAP Officer for members who have
already completed an
equivalent DAP training course, either with:
Another recognised 4WD club;
A Commercial training organisation.
Defence Force training
may also be recognised.
Proof of completion of such a course needs to be
Membership of the club is not dependent upon the completion of
the DAP Member may choose not to do the DAP.
In this case members should be aware they are restricted from
driving on some trips organised by the club. This depends
on the track grading.
See the track grading system set out on the
Driver Awareness Policy
The club committee
requires that ALL members either:-
Complete the DAP course,
request DAP equivalence citing previous training
and experience or
advise the membership officer of their intention to
For members wanting to do the DAP or arrange prior training
recognition (equivalence),please contact the DAP Officer or DAP Coordinator.
not intending to do
the DAP, please contact the Membership Officer
who will mark the membership list and advise the DAP Co-ordinator
of club policy are in the magazine and the club‘s website FORUM here.
Format of the DAP
A theory session of 2-3
hour duration, usually held on a Saturday(afternoon)
Practical instruction held at a private 4WD park over a
The DAP is often held in conjunction with an open club
trip, is a fun weekend, and a great social occasion
specific details of the next upcoming DAP members
go to Club Forum.
Photos by Greg Conlon