The Driver's Awareness Training curriculum is offered on MarineNet and consists of seven (7) courses covering defensive driving, distracted driving, collision avoidance, emergency situations, safe backing, and urban driving skills. Courses in this curriculum are intended to provide awareness of safe driving skills in most on- or off-duty situations. Courses may be taken in any order, but all of them must be successfully completed to get credit for the curriculum. When used in conjunction with a locally supported driver’s orientation course, this 4-hour curriculum fulfills the requirement to complete driver’s awareness training, familiarizing Marines with known driving hazards, and orientating them to known regional area traffic safety procedures and hazards.
Registration for this curriculum is restricted to active duty or Reserve Marines under age 26.
Driver's Awareness Training Curriculum (CMCSDDAT01) available on MarineNet.
The Marine Corps is striving to improve the motorcycle mishap rate by ensuring all Marines have the appropriate motorcycle training. In reference to MARADMIN 707/08, all marines must take the Basic RiderCourseSM (BRC) as well as either the Experienced RiderCourseSM (ERC) for non-sportbike riders or the Military SportBike RiderCourseSM (MSRC) for sportbike riders. The ERC or MSRC should be taken within 120 days of completing the BRC. Marines should consider signing up for these courses as early as possible to avoid possible waiting lists.
Motorcycle Training Resources & Links
Beyond the information and resources offered through CMC(SD), the division recommends the following resources to enhance rider knowledge and capability:
For more information please contact your local safety office or unit safety representative.
Motorcycle Safety Awareness
More information coming soon!