Drivers Challenge

Teen with instructor

Message from Sheriff Ivey: “The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is committed to protecting our young drivers while doing everything possible to significantly reduce the number of injuries and deaths associated with traffic accidents. The Florida Sheriff’s Association’s Teen Driving Challenge is a “hands on” course that improves driving skills, vehicle awareness, and the development of good driving habits. I am honored to partner with the Florida Sheriff’s Association on this amazing program and invite your teen to participate in this life saving course.”

In a nutshell: Participants must be a high school student who have a restricted permit or driver’s license. During this one day course, your teen will learn techniques on vehicle control, crash avoidance, and lots more. Students must use their own vehicles and it is recommended they use the vehicle they will most likely be driving. All Instructors are Brevard County Sheriff Deputies. Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive a certificate of completion. Certificates may be presented to your auto insurance company for a possible reduction in your insurance premium.

Topics include:
Car driving

  • Knowing your Vehicle
  • Using your Senses
  • Vehicle Dynamics
  • Safe Driving Habits
  • Alcohol and Driving
  • Aggressive Driving

Class Schedule

Class runs from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm at the Eastern Florida State College Driving Pad, 250 Community College Parkway, Palm Bay, FL 32909.

  • April 20 – FULL
  • April 27 – FULL
  • May 11 – FULL
  • May 18 – FULL
  • June 8 – FULL
  • June 22 – FULL
  • June 29
  • July 13
  • July 27
  • August 3
  • August 10
  • September 14
  • September 28

Class Registration

All Registration Information MUST be received prior to class date.

Download Registration/Permission Forms

Mail completed registration documents to:
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Attn: Teen Driver Program Coordinator 700 S. Park Ave Titusville, Fl 32780.  You may also email your application to:

For more information contact the Program Coordinator by calling 321-264-7755.