AIP Foundation hosts road safety trainings at international university

December 23, 2016

RMIT University Road Safety Trainings December 2016
AIP Foundation global staff, Molly Ellison and Peggy Moriarty, join students at RMIT University’s Hanoi campus.

For two weeks, AIP Foundation discussed helmet safety, speeding, and defensive riding techniques with undergraduate students at RMIT University’s campuses in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. The presentations were part of the university’s Defensive Rider program, an initiative that aims to educate the young drivers on how to navigate Vietnam’s roads safely.

RMIT University is a public research institution based in Australia, with two campuses in Vietnam and one in Spain. Its Ho Chi Minh City campus opened about 15 years ago and the Hanoi campus was established in 2004.

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