Students at Baysides driving school in the Dutch city of Utrecht are taking the next step toward becoming full-time drivers after getting the green light from the Ministry of Transport.

They’re being trained in autonomous driving and are being monitored for their driving skills, the Volkskrant newspaper reports.

The students will be using a variety of sensors to monitor their driving, including cameras and a laser scanner.

The program is designed to help the young people find their true worth and become more self-sufficient.

Baysiders program is in its early stages and has not been formally approved by the Ministry.

However, the ministry says it is “ready for the first phase” of training and has already received feedback from some of the students.