Risk recognition training (RRT)


Package 1 included in all our passenger car packages.

  • Training for candidates applying for a passenger car licence (B), must be completed before the driving test.
  • Driving instruction permit learners must complete the training before their driving test.
  • The theory test includes questions on risk recognition. We recommend completing the risk recognition training before the theory test. However, if you wish you may take the theory test before completing the training.

If you obtained a passenger car licence (B) prior to 1 July 2018 but did not complete your practice and advanced course by that date, you must complete this training within two years of obtaining your driving licence.

Do you recognise risks in traffic?
Steps for completing the risk recognition training:

1. Register for the risk recognition training

Fill in a registration form to sign up. We will contact you to set a schedule for driving lessons.

2. Complete your online theory studies and simulator lessons

Driving school always kicks off with theory studies. You can begin your online theory training at any time between 2pm and 8pm from Monday to Thursday by logging in via a link to your learning environment. The online service closes at 9pm.

The instruction includes two (2) driving lessons with a simulator. We’ll book these once you have registered. You’ll receive confirmation by text message, which also contains a PIN code for the simulator. Comply with the instructions provided during your simulator lesson.

3. Complete driving lessons in a car

The course includes two (2) driving lessons in a car. The goal of the training is to strengthen your ability to recognise and avoid dangerous situations and factors that increase risks in traffic by affecting driving ability. For an extra fee, you can take all your driving lessons in a car and to complete your track training on a track.

4. Certificate

Once you have completed the risk recognition training, you will obtain a certificate which must be given to Ajovarma when you go for your driving test or in order to retain your right to drive.