Enhanced Driving Techniques (EDT) is a 40-hour course that builds off operator experience in the TDT course.
90% of training time is spent behind the wheel of five different types of vehicles on five different tracks. Daily track time in 717 horsepower Dodge Challenger Hellcats will push operators to new limits of physical, mental, and emotional fatigue which physiologically manifests similar symptoms as hypoxia. New vehicle management techniques will be harnessed to hyper-focus quickly and maximize vehicle performance earlier and for extended periods of time.
High-performance off-road driving and recovery in state of the art Dodge RAMs on the Lucas Oil off-road track will force operators to utilize their vehicle management skills on a dynamic dirt track with rollers, jumps, hill climbs, and off-camber obstacles.
Tactical applications in Dodge Charger skid cars, Ford Crown Victorias, and demolition cars will present operators with ambiguous convoy operations and require deliberate decision-making in the convoy environment to attack and/or defend using their vehicle with ROEs, vehicle preservation, and with the mission in mind.
Deliberate operational risk management and medical planning lower the residual risk of this course to a low level and are available upon request. Student performance is measured using progress checks to ensure progression before advanced operations and are available upon course completion.