Greetings and welcome to the Wisconsin Driver and Traffic Safety Education Associationís (WDTSEA) main webpage. For those who used the WDTSEA web before, we think youíll agree, that this new look is not only a very refreshing change, it is also a lot easier to navigate.
WDTSEA is a professional education association targeting driver educators in Wisconsin. The organization dates back to the early 1950ís, and continues to provide professional development activities (workshops and conferences) that can be used by driver educators towards renewal of their driver education teaching licenses through either the Departments of Public Instruction (DPI), or the Department of Transportation (DOT).
Each Spring, WDTSEA conducts an annual State Conference; in Fall, WDTSEA works cooperatively with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction to plan and conduct the Annual Fall WDTSEA/DPI Alcohol/Traffic Safety Workshops. The WDTSEA State Conference has been held in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, and each year about six different locations are used to conduct the Fall Workshops.
This year, on March 3, 2012, instead of doing a traditional two-day conference WDTSEA has decided to hold a special one-day State Workshop. The reason for this change is that in July, WDTSEA will be serving as the Host Committee to the National Traffic Safety Education Conference of the American Driver and Traffic safety Education Association. For more information about this event, please go to the Upcoming Events link in the left gutter of this page and look for the Spring Workshop Agenda and Registration information.
WDTSEA is proud of its new web design and hopes it will provide useful information and resources for its members and visitors. We are confident you will find this web page both valuable and easy to navigate. Though not comprehensive in nature, we believe we are off to a good start and look forward hearing any suggestions or comments you might wish to share. Comments and suggestions can be emailed to:
Dick Bilda, WDTSEA President (Past President on March 3, 2012)
Jackie Rottler, President-Elect (President on March 3, 2012)