What is Learner's Licence (K53) ?
The Learner's Licence (K53) course is a training program designed to prepare individuals for obtaining a learner's licence for driving a motor vehicle. This course is based on the K53 method, which is a standardized driver's licence testing system used in several countries, including South Africa.
Learner's Licence (K53)
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Unit 1A: Road Signs ?
1.2 Road Signs Part 1
1.3 Road Signs Part 2
1.4 Regulatory Signs
1.5 Prohibition Signs
1.6 Compulsory Lane Use Signs
1.7 Parking Reservation Signs
1.8 Selective Restriction Signs
1.9 Warning Signs
1.10 Information Signs
1.11 Guidance Signs
It takes between 4 days and 2 weeks, depending on your speed.
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Effective performance and discipline management
Train the trainer
Unit 1B: Road markings and signals ?
1.1 Traffic Signals
1.2 Road Markings Part 1
1.3 Road Markings Part 2
1.4 Road Markings Part 3
1.5 Road Markings Part 4
1.6 Road Markings Part 5
Unit 2A: Rules of the road ?
1.1 Specific rules of the road
1.2 Traffic circles, turning and parking of vehicles
1.3 Towing of vehicles and duties of pedestrians
1.4 Using a cellphone while driving
1.6 Steering gear, brakes and tyres
1.7 Windscreens, wipers, seatbelts, numberplates etc.
1.8 Additional rules for motorcycles, motor-tricycles and quad bikes
1.9 Carrying loads on light and heavy motor vehicles
1.10 Red retro reflectors
Unit 2B: Driver responsibilities and duties in operating a vehicle ?
1.1 Qualification to drive a motor vehicle
1.2 Vehicle control in various driving conditions
1.3 Emergency stop to avoid a collision
1.4 General duties and responsibilities of a driver
1.5 Mental and physical driver fitness
1.6 Prescribed and over-the-counter drugs
1.7 Driver fatigue, emotions and medical conditions
Unit 3: Different controls of the vehicle and its uses?
1.1 Vehicle controls and its uses - Manual
1.2 Vehicle controls and its uses - Automatic
1.3 Vehicle controls and its uses - Heavy motor vehicles