Porsche Club of America – Florida Citrus Region Will Conduct HPDE Instructor School at Roebling Road Raceway
The Florida Citrus Region of the Porsche Club of America (PCA), which was CERTIFIED by the Motorsport Safety Foundation in February, will be hosting an HPDE Instructor School next month. The event will be held on October 12, 2018 at Roebling Road Raceway near Savannah, GA. Eligible candidates wishing to achieve status as MSF Level 2 Instructors and PCA National Instructors can attend the program, which will include role-playing and classroom participation.
Established in 1974, the Florida Citrus Region of PCA has grown from 25 members to over 1,100 Porsche owners and enthusiasts living in Orange, Seminole, Osceola and Lake counties. The organization hosts a number of driving and social events led by a team of experienced drivers and instructors throughout the year.
“Candidates can use this day to learn the art of teaching high performance driving and to converse with experienced driving instructors,” said Chief Driving Instructor Bert Del Villano. “Candidates successfully completing the course will be eligible for National PCA DE Instructor Corps Membership as well as Level 2 MSF Certification, and should instruct at the 10/13-14 DE. Only a limited number of candidates will be accepted.”
More information about this event can be found on the Florida Citrus Region of PCA website (flc.pca.org) and on the ClubRegistration.net sign-up page here.
The CERTIFIED program was established to improve the standards and operations of HPDE schools, instructor training programs and instructors in order to provide a safer and better quality experience for all involved. The Motorsport Safety Foundation believes it is important that all instructors work from the same baseline, and continue their training at an Instructor Training School (ITS) that offers a curriculum that covers, at a minimum, the standards outlined by the safety nonprofit. For more information about the CERTIFIED program, please visit motorsport-safety.academy.
ABOUT MOTORSPORT SAFETY FOUNDATION
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ABOUT PORSCHE CLUB OF AMERICA – FLORIDA CITRUS REGION
The Florida Citrus Region of the Porsche Club of America was chartered on July 14, 1974, by key founding member Nort Northam. The organization invites Porsche owners living in Central Florida and the surrounding area to attend its monthly meetings and become members of the club. Though the Florida Citrus Region of PCA is know for its driving events led by a veteran team of drivers and instructors, the club also hosts social events. Meetings are friendly, informal get-togethers, and are open to all PCA members and enthusiasts interested in becoming members.
Direct link to register for the upcoming Instructor School and DE at Roebling Road Raceway: https://clubregistration.net/events/signUp.cfm/event/9192