Eastern Suburbs Driving School (ESD) is a strong and reliable family run and owned driving school in Melbourne: Eastern Suburbs Driving School has been operating in the eastern and outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne for over 25 years.
Their team of friendly, professional and experienced male and female instructors offer lessons in dual controlled manual or automatic, late model vehicles. Their aim is to teach safe driving techniques and create better drivers on our roads while helping students obtain full driving confidence”.
David Putney from ESD says that they “are proud to be involved with Kilsyth Basketball and the referee program and are looking forward to a partnership that will be beneficial to both parties, in particular the referees without whom basketball would not be possible”.
Putney believes that there is not enough credit or recognition given to the referees for the role that they play in guaranteeing the safety of all involved and ensuring that the sport is played according to the rules. He is also hoping that the relationship will enable ESD to be in a position to improve general awareness and good road safety attitudes.
Kilsyth Basketball Director of Referees Barry Spicer considers the partnership to be an apt fit bearing in mind the young demographic of the referee association. Spicer also made mention of how appropriate the link is between the two with a large percentage of referee’s either learning how to drive or about to go for their license.
Putney finished up by saying that “ESD feels privileged to be in partnership with Kilsyth Basketball and sees a huge opportunity for the both to make a difference with driver attitude and driver training”.
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