Back on Track (Drink/Drug Driver Education)

If you lose your licence because of drink or drug driving, you must complete the Back on Track course before you can reapply for a Northern Territory drivers licence.

Duration: 1 or 2 days

Available inDarwin

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COURSE DATES: 26th August (Unit 1) & 27th August (Unit 2)

For many drink or drug driving offenders, successful completion of the Back on Track Program will be required to reapply for a Northern Territory drivers licence.

Topics covered in the Program include:

  • Understanding alcohol, blood alcohol concentration (BAC) and alcohol elimination
  • Understanding the legal issues relating to the misuse of alcohol and other drugs
  • The physical, social and emotional impacts of alcohol and other drugs
  • The effects of alcohol and drugs on the mind and body and how it effects your driving ability
  • Developing practical strategies for a range of scenarios which can be used in high risk situations to avoid drink and drug driving
  • Assist participants to consider the consequences of their behaviour in their own lives and the lives of others
  • Understand and develop self-awareness regarding substance dependency behaviours
  • Information regarding other support services


The course units you will need to do will depend on:

  • the offence you were convicted of - drink or drug driving
  • the blood alcohol concentration you were convicted of - for drink driving offences
  • if it was your first offence

Convicted drug-driving offenders need to complete unit 1 only.

The table below tells you which course units you need to do.


Unit 1 only - $250

Units 1 and 2 - $380


  • You will be breath tested each day of the course and must return a 0.00% reading. If you record any reading above 0.00% you will have to rebook another course and will not be entitled to a refund of fees paid
  • You must notify us of any cancellations at least 24 hours prior to your course in order to be eligible for a refund
  • You will be asked to sign a contract to show that you understand and agree to attend with these conditions

  • You must bring valid photo identification with you


Eagle Training Services provides welfare and support services within its professional capacity. Participants should identify existing needs prior to enrolment so that appropriate arrangements are made. Where additional support is required, the student will be referred to a specialist agency to access appropriate support. Eagle Training Services has a documented policy regarding access and equity.


26th August (Unit 1)

27th August (Unit 2)


8.30am - 4pm (each day)