Apple’s new driving school to launch in Australia soon
A new driving learning and certification program for the US is coming to Australia soon, Apple announced today.
Apple’s driving school is the brainchild of former Apple engineer Craig Federighi and former US Vice President of Human Resources Jason Goldberg, who has been spearheading the company’s efforts to create a new driving certification program in Australia.
Goldberg is known for his work on the US National Driving School (NDS) and the National Driver License Program (NDLP), which were launched in the US in the late 1990s.
Goldenberg’s new program is designed to bridge the gap between the US and Australian driving schools and aims to “enhance driver learning, training, and safety across the two countries,” Apple says.
According to Apple, the program will take place over a three-year period, starting with a pilot program for students aged 13 to 18, with more than 30,000 students enrolled.
Apple is not saying when the program might launch in the country.
According the Apple blog, the Apple driving school program is also aimed at helping Apple workers with the requirements of the US driving school.
“Our goal with the Apple Driving School program is to bring Apple’s drivers to life,” Apple’s senior VP of driver education David Young wrote in a blog post.
Apple’s new driver school is one of several new programs the company is launching in Australia in a bid to “deliver more hands-on training to our customers and build an even better driving experience,” Young said.”
We know we’re not the only company out there who wants to help make our cars safer.”
Apple’s new driver school is one of several new programs the company is launching in Australia in a bid to “deliver more hands-on training to our customers and build an even better driving experience,” Young said.