Traffic courses

Students are referred by the court, motor vehicle division or may voluntarily enroll for point reduction on their driving record. Traffic courses are designed to improve knowledge of driving skill concepts and traffic laws.

Attendance

Mandatory at all sessions

Group Dynamics

This course is for individuals who have been convicted for the first time of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (OWI).

Individuals convicted of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated may be required by the Alcohol Assessment Agency in their county to complete this course as part of a Driver Safety Plan specified by Wisconsin law.

The Group Dynamics course is designed to meet the needs of persons not addicted to alcohol or drugs. Small groups meet in a classroom setting for a total of 21 hours on weeknights or Saturdays.

Multiple Offender course

This course is for individuals who have been convicted two or more times of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (OWI).

Individuals convicted two or more times of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) may be required by the Alcohol Assessment Agency in their county to complete this course as part of a Driver Safety Plan specified by Wisconsin law.

The Multiple Offender course is an educational program and is not designed as a treatment program for persons addicted to alcohol or drugs. It is intended to benefit the irresponsible driver who is having continual problems with drinking and driving. Small groups meet in a classroom setting for a total of 33 hours on weeknights or Saturdays. Participation of a concerned individual is also part of this course.

Traffic Safety/Point Reduction course

This course is designed to correct improper, undesirable and illegal driving habits and behaviors.

Traffic violations and crashes can result in the senseless waste of human life, untold pain and suffering and tremendous financial loss in property damage. This Traffic Safety/Point Reduction course is designed to reduce the number of violations and crashes in Wisconsin. Small groups meet in a classroom setting for a total of 15 hours on weeknights or Saturdays.

Driver’s License number must be provided at time of registration.