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Driver Education Provider Resource Page

Becoming a New ODOT-Approved Provider

Application to Become a New Approved Driver Education Program

Provider Responsibilities

If you are interested in starting a new driver education school, the Western Oregon University - Division of Extended Program website has some information to get you started.​
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Test Waiver Information for Providers

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Free and Reduced Subsidy Resources

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SDES Login

Note to users regarding SDES:
The first time you access the SSL VPN (SDES Database) from a computer, your computer will automatically download the Endpoint Component Manager. The installation window for the Endpoint Component will be displayed in your browser, which contains instructions on how to proceed and a Security Warning popup message may appear. If the popup message appears:
 
1. Click to Install Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway
2. Select Student Data Entry System when prompted

The program runs best when used with Internet Explorer.
You must enable Java Script on your machine for SDES to run correctly.
 

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Driver Education Program Newsletter

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Check out the Impact Teen Driving website for teen-approved activities, fact sheets and downloadable Impact Teen Drivers
 
Oregon DMV has a nice teen driving page with information about getting a permit/license, driver education, Oregon driving laws, forms and more. Oregon DMV Teen Licensing
 
ODTSEA (The Oregon Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association) is an organization that supports the driver education objectives and strategies as outlined in the Oregon Administrative Rule. ODTSEA
 
Please visit the Ride Like a Friend webpage to learn how you can support teens in conducting RLAF, a peer-to-peer school-based campaign that encourages safe teen driver and passenger behavior. RLAF is customizable for each school so student leaders can make it their own, with support from their club advisor. An RLAF campaign is designed to run three to five days and can be held any time during the school year. An ideal time is during National Teen Driver Safety Week. Ride Like a Friend

 
 
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