Motorsport Safety Foundation announces Level 3 Certification

May 17, 2024, Los Angeles, CA

The Motorsport Safety Foundation (MSF) is proud to announce its new Level 3 HPDE instructor certification.  After months of volunteer committee collaboration and effort, MSF level 3 is ready to launch.  Experienced instructors and professionals from many leading organizations contributed to the final level 3 certification. 

We will be hosting two webinars in June to roll out the Level 3 program. 

Chief driving instructors, club organizers, and senior mentors should join the webinar on Tuesday, June 11th at 8:30 pm Eastern.  This webinar is geared toward organizational leaders who will be certifying instructors for Level 3.  Register for the June 11 webinar at https://event.webinarjam.com/register/14/z240qfp

Level 2 HPDE instructors who are interested in earning Level 3 should join the webinar on Wednesday, June 12th at 8:30 pm Eastern.  This webinar will explore the requirements and process for earning Level 3. Register for the June 12 webinar at https://event.webinarjam.com/register/7/x6nwoip

Recordings of both webinars will be available afterwards at www.motorsport-safety.org/resources 

About MSF:  Motorsport Safety Foundation is an education-focused, non-profit organization whose primary focus is standardizing education and safety guidelines for the non-racing driving community. It is an organization where the High-Performance Driver Education (HPDE) community can come together and have a single voice, a place to share experiences and concerns, and a place to collaborate on improving the sport.


For more board member information:  https://www.motorsport-safety.org/about

 

Customers may contact MSF at:  contact@motorsport-safety.org

 


 Uniting the motorsport community under the single purpose of improving safety and training.

Motorsport Safety Foundation is an education-focused, non-profit organization whose primary focus is standardizing education and safety guidelines for the non-racing driving community. It is an organization where the High-Performance Driver Education (HPDE) community can come together and have a single voice, a place to share experiences and concerns, and a place to collaborate on improving the sport.