Several reports revealed that Children, Students, Lecturers and Teachers are being killed daily on the roads and in other preventable circumstances in Nigeria as in other Countries globally. There have been cases of Security lapses (resulting to the kidnapping of School Teachers and Children, Armed Robbery, Thefts and allied challenges in and around Schools in Nigeria).

There were other cases of safety lapses which led to school building collapse, fire incidents, and several other occupational hazards in Schools.

To effectively overcome and prevent the challenges of Road Safety, Drug Abuse, Security and Criminal activities in and out of Schools as they affect Children, Students, Teachers and School facilities, it is expedient for all the Stakeholders (Government, Parents, Teachers and Pupils/Students) to know and believe that the prevention of the hazards is a shared responsibility and be committed to taking and promoting appropriate reactive and proactive steps to alleviate and ultimately eliminate the Drug Abuse, Crime, Road Safety, Security and allied problems in the Schools.

It is in view of the above-mentioned facts that we packaged a PROFESSIONAL TRAIN-THE-TRAINERS PROGRAMME ON “ROAD SAFETY, SECURITY, DRUG ABUSE, AND MORAL EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS”. Consequent upon the fact that prevention education still remains the best antidote coupled with the fact that there is a low level of Road Safety and Security Education in many Schools in Nigeria while several Schools have no form of structured Road Safety and Security Education for Children, there is an urgent need to institutionalize Road Safety and Security Education for all categories and ages of School Children to enhance their knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours for safety and security in and out of Schools.

Our Organization, Professional Driving and Safety Academy has therefore taken up the responsibility to effectively complement the efforts of the Federal and State Government, Federal Road Safety Commission, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Nigeria Police, and other Organisations to entrench and promote Security, Road Safety and Drug Education in Schools for the safety of the children who are the future Leaders of Nigeria. This training will also contribute to the accomplishment of the Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the UN Decade of Action Road Safety and  Injury Prevention (UNDARSIP), Nigeria Road Safety Strategy and the Safe Schools project.

The resolutions of the National Council on Transportation (Dec. 8th 2022) and the Nigeria Road Safety Strategy (2021 – 2030) affirmed the urgent need for Road Safety Education, Drug Abuse Education and Security Education in Schools.

Consequent upon the above-mentioned facts, our Organization in collaboration with relevant Organizations has professionally packaged a Train-The-Trainers programme to more effectively address the challenges of Road Accidents as they affect School Children, Drug Abuse, Crimes (social vices), kidnapping and other security and safety problems within and outside the school environments as well as proffer workable and lasting solutions with effective Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Re-engineering mechanisms.

Please find below the training synopsis.

FOR WHOM: Officers of the Federal and State Ministries of Education, Officers of Government Departments and Agencies on Education,  Executives of the Association of Private School Proprietors and Counsellors.


  1. An appraisal of Road Safety Education as contained in the Primary and Secondary Schools Curriculum.
  2. Essentials of Moral Education and Discipline in Schools
  3. Basic Tips on Occupational Health and Safety Administration in Schools:
  4. Vehicles Hazards and Control.
  5. Manual and Mechanical Handling hazards and control.
  6. Workshop and Laboratory work equipment hazards and control.
  7. Electrical hazards and control.
  8. Fire hazards and control.
  9. Chemical and Biological hazards and control.
  10. Physical and psychological health hazards and control.
  11. Construction activities hazards and control.
  12. Environmental hazards and control.
  13. Risk Assessment and principles of control.
  14. Basic Tips on Drug Abuse, HIV/AIDS, Raging Viral attacks and other communicable diseases/ infections.
  15. Comprehensive analysis of school Security challenges and the prevention strategies.
  16. The use of WHAT IF……..GAME in road safety and security within and outside the school environment.
  17. Appropriate use of school buildings and other facilities through proper Monitoring, Evaluation and Maintenance.
  18. Social vices in schools (Cultism, Bullying, Sexual Abuse, etc).
  19. Non-Governmental complementary funding opportunities for schools’ development.
  20. Case studies and communiqué.

FEE: N120.000.00 (One Hundred and Twenty Thousand Naira Only) – Each Participant will be given a Book on Safety and Moral Education for Children, a Book on Safety and Security in Schools, 2 Books on Road Safety, Handouts, Video DVDs, Stationeries, Executive Bag, Tea Break, Lunch, Poster and Stickers, Certificate and other IEC materials.

DURATION: 2 days


DATE:      Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th February, 2024.

VENUE:    Green Minds Hotel, Obafemi Awolowo way, Opposite Ekesons Transport Company, Utako, Abuja, FCT.


DATE:      Wednesday 21ST and Thursday 22nd February, 2024.

VENUE:    Lagos Airport Hotel, 111 Obafemi Awolowo way, Near Allen Roundabout, Ikeja, Lagos State.


DATE:      Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th February, 2024.

VENUE:    Hotel Berizia, 1 kingsley Emu Street, Asaba, Delta State.  



ACCOUNT NAME: Professional Driving and Safety Academy

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 4132001905

SORT CODE: 056150713

TIN: 10871613-0001




Beneficiaries of our training programmes include Federal Government, State Governments, University of Lagos (UNILAG), Lagos State University (LASU), the British Council, Federal College of Education (Ikere-Ekiti), National Open University of Nigeria, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria, Oasis Insurance Company plc, Cross Country Transport Ltd, Chisco Transport Company Ltd, Adekunle Ajasin University, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Nigerian Tribune, Federal Medical Centre (Owo), Rufus Giwa Polytechnic (Ondo State), Refuge Insurance Company Ltd, Daystar Christan Centre, Evangelical Church of West African (ECWA), Krestal Laurel Ltd, Afribank Nigeria Plc (Polaris Bank), Union of Nigeria Plc, AVI ltd (Sheraton Hotel), Kano State Ministry of Transport, Sterling Assurance Company Ltd, Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (Yaba – Lagos), Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Proton Security Company, Ogun State University Teaching Hospital, Yaba College of Technology, Eletrint Nigeria, AM Facilities ltd, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, Chartered Institute of Marketing, Federal Neuro-psychiatry Hospital (Yaba), Nigerian Law School, Kano University of Technology, Federal Medical Centre (Umuahia), National Board of Technology Incubation, Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal University of Technology(Akure), National Commission for Colleges of Education, Court of Appeal, Federal Polytechnic (Nasarawa State), Federal College of Technology (Technical –Lagos), Nation Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE), Samuel Adegboyega University, University of Port-Harcourt, Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria, Yobe State Board of Internal Revenue, Adamawa State Internal Revenue Service, Zamfara State Government House, Radio, Television, Theatre and Arts Workers Union (RATTAWU), Bauchi State House of Assembly, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Nigerian Export-Import (NIEXIM) Bank, Setraco Construction Company, Federal High Court (Abeokuta), Ogun State Properly Investment Corporation, Oasis Group, Federal Ministry of Environment, Royal Salt Company Plc, NIPCO PLC, Federal Ministry of Environment, and many others.


While looking forward to your response and nominations, we wish your Excellency more resounding success in your people-oriented developmental projects and programmes.

Thank you Sir,


Yours faithfully,

Jide Owatunmise

*      Registrar/Chief Executive, Professional Driving and Safety Academy.

*       Fmr National President, Association of Driving Instructors of


*      Fmr National President, Driving School Association of Nigeria


*      Director of Studies, Institute of Driving Instructors of Nigeria.

*      Training Coordinator, Institute of Professional Drivers of


*      Member, World Federation Against Drug Abuse.

*      Member, International Society of Substance Use Professionals (ISSUP).

*      Member, Institute of Security Professionals.

*      Tel & Whatsapp: 08033216376

*      E-mail: