iDes has revolutionized the Learner Licence training from boring books and DVD videos to a fully interactive training solution on your computer. The entire Learner’s Licence theory training is now available, for the first time, on a simple to install and easy to use e-learning environment. Sit back and pay attention while the narrations, animations and automated quizzes teach you everything you need to know to pass your Light, Heavy or Motorcycle Learners licence, the first time. Try out iDes, with an average pass rate of 85%, twice the national average, to ensure you pass first time.
Afraid of learning to drive? The iDes vSIM driving simulators procedurally prepare you on how to drive step-by-step. The training includes how to operate the controls and understanding the gauges and warnings of an actual vehicle. The simulator course is modular and the student progressively completes a 16 lesson driving course that starts with the basic moving off procedures and ends up with a heavy traffic driving scenario. An automated virtual instructor assesses the student against the rules of the road, signs, the correct use of the vehicle controls and the K53 driving standard. Once the student understands the basic operations of the vehicle the student can then train themselves, thereby saving instructor time and costs. This training is currently offered at the iDes Academies in Pretoria, Durban and Rustenburg or at any of our national partners.
Now that you have mastered all the driving procedures and passed all the assessments in the simulator, you have the chance of rehearsing the K53 driving techniques in the real vehicle. Depending on your driving talents and confidence, you may need between 5 and 13 driving lessons to manage the traffic environment and the K53 driving procedures. Unlike a traditional driving school, each student’s lesson plan is tailor-made to the their own weaknesses and strengthens, to ensure a minimum number of lessons are spent in the car. Our mission is to ensure you pass at the Driver Licence Testing Centre (DLTC) first time. With a 70% pass rate in urban areas, the rest is up to your individual composure on the day of the test. What do you get from the ”On the Road” Driver training: