Extended and Complete Driving Education Training are the only two courses qualify students to receive Complete Driving Education Course Certificate to reduce insurance cost. See below for additional programs and options available.
Alberta Transportation strongly recommends new drivers take a professional Driver Education and Training Course from a qualified driving school licensed by Alberta Transportation under the Driver Training and Driver Examination Regulation. According to Alberta transportation recommendation, a Class 7 GDL licensed driver needs to have 60 hours of adult-supervised, hands-on training and coaching before taking Alberta basic road test for class 5 GDL. If you had a chance to practice under the supervision of an experienced, adult, non-probationary, licensed driver the Complete Driving Education Training course that includes 15 hours of in-classroom or online knowledge education + 10 hours of behind-the-wheel lessons is good for you. The Extended Driving Education Training which includes 20 hours of behind-the-wheel & 15 hours of in-classroom/online knowledge education is recommended for students with no driving experience at all. Students can schedule their behind-the-wheel training up to 4 hr./day (with a break after 2 hrs.) but 2 hrs./day is recommended. The instructor’s travel time is never deducted from the lesson. Students can take a 10 minutes break after every one hour of driving. We guarantee to cover all phases of driving including intermediate highways, Deerfoot driving, Heavy Traffic environment, and all types of parking. If you have any questions please call our school at (403) 971-8801 or send us a message by filling in the form.
GST is included in the price.
To get a probationary Class 5-Graduated Driver’s Licence (GDL) you must: