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Driving Programs

The Safer Drivers Course aims to provide learner drivers with the knowledge they need to reduce road risks and prevent accidents by becoming a safe driver. As an Accredited Provider of the transport for NSW Safer Drivers Course, PCYC NSW know that our students will complete the course with a greater of understanding of how to be a safe P-plate driver.

Statistically, the first six months after receiving your provisional license are the most dangerous. New P-plate drivers can find it challenging on the roads without the support of an experienced instructor by their side. Our course equips young drivers with the tools they need to manage the transition to a full license.

PCYC NSW are the largest provider of Driver Education Programs across New South Wales, with over 60 clubs we have the ability to deliver this course state-wide.

TOIP is an educational and experiential-based program with factual and challenging sessions on road safety and low risk driving behaviours. TOIP addresses the depth of the impact created through risky and illegal driving behaviours.

For the past 15 years, PCYC NSW has been one of the state’s most significant providers of traffic education programs, including TOIP.
We are the largest provider in NSW of traffic offender intervention programs with courses delivered at more than 60 locations in metropolitan, regional and rural locations.


What is PCYC OOSH?

PCYC OOSH is a government-subsidised before/after school and vacation care program for children from kindergarten to year 6, inclusive. We operate different care options in over 20 locations across NSW. Our programs vary some services run before school care, after school care during school term and all locations run Vacation Care daily. Please contact your local PCYC OOSH Services to find out what care we offer and operational times.

During this time, children are involved in a number of organised games and activities, including physical and creative aspects. Time is provided for them to choose their own activities or catch up with old and new friends.

Children are supervised by PCYC staff, all of whom have had Working with Children Checks completed and have specific childcare qualifications. 

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Youth Programs

PCYC Programs are focused on PCYC’s mission to get young people active in life. We have a suite of programs focused on building young people’s skills, character and leadership.

Our range of Blue Star programs aims to create young leaders of the future, it gives you practical, real life skills that you can apply to work, family and your community. Our range of youth programs aim to build on young people skills and character through training and mentoring. Program times and activities vary between sites for more information on what is available in your area please contact your local PCYC.


U-NITES aims to engage young people into fun, safe, supervised and supportive activities at their local PCYC’s on Friday and/or Saturday nights.

U-NITES programs are specifically designed to meet the needs of the young people within the local community.
Most programs include transport to and from the PCYC, a range of fun activities/programs and dinner. On the conclusion of the program all participants are then transported home in PCYC vehicles.

Program times and activities vary between sites for more information on what is available in your area please contact your local PCYC.

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