Safe Driving Training
With over 110,000 motor vehicle collisions reported on Canadian roads every year, it doesn’t matter whether you drive to commute to work or drive as part of your job, safe driving practices can save your life and combat the complacency that affects all drivers. This Safe Driving Course will guide you through all aspects of safe driving, from basic driver safety and vehicle safety, to hazards and controls.
After completion of this course, you should be able to understand:
- How to identify and minimize environmental hazards
- How to identify and minimize personal driving hazards
- Understand and defend against collisions
- How to set up safe driving procedures
- Understand traffic and road trip planning
- How to do routine vehicle maintenance
Average Course Running Time: 1.5 Hours
|STANDARDS COMPLIANT Developed in accordance with Federal and Provincial legislation. Course content is updated regularly to ensure compliance.|
|PRINT CERTIFICATES ON COMPLETION Wallet & Wall sized certificates may be printed upon course completion. Additional copies may be re-printed at any time at no additional cost.|
|LIVE STUDENT SUPPORT Phone, email, text and internet chat support is available 7 days/week Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 8:00 pm.|
|RECORD OF TRAINING Training records are stored securely for up to 3 years and may be accessed on demand from your account.|
|UNLIMITED EXAM ATTEMPTS Exams may be attempted until a passing grade is obtained.|
Training courses may be taken from desktop computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones and most devices with an internet connection. Course materials are automatically adjusted based on your device to deliver an optimized learning experience.
OPERATING SYSTEM & BROWSER COMPATIBILITY:
Online course materials are compatible with Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Blackberry, Linux, and most widely used operating systems.
Website features and courseware are compatible with most widely used web browsers including Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. Adobe Flash player is not required to take training courses.