Defensive driving course
CTEC's DDC and PDIC courses are certified by Alberta Transportation to remove 3 demerits from your licence upon successful completion
Too often a defensive driving course is little more than “death-by-Powerpoint” with the time spent telling drivers what they already know.
CTEC’s “Behaviour, Attitudes and Consequences” course goes much further by sharing with participants why a vehicle and a driver do what they do. CTEC has found that drivers already know that they should follow the rules of road, they need to be motivated to do so. CTEC’s “Behaviour, Attitudes and Consequences” course provides many collision reducing strategies, many of which can be used on the way home. “Training provides motivation to change behaviour.”
Professional Driver Improvement Course
The laws of physics do not change when operating a heavy vehicle! For that reason, CTEC's "Behaviour, Attitudes and Consequences" form the basis for the PDIC. Content specific to heavy vehicles has been added such as a log book and air brake refresher.
St Albert DDC Mar 10
St Albert PDIC Mar 13
St Albert DDC Mar 27
Edmonton PDIC Mar 14 (full)
Call booking now to schedule another date for a PDIC. Shelley @ (780) 569-5447
An alliance with AB RoadSafe:
At AB RoadSafe, we offer Class 1 and Class 3 truck driver training. We also offer air brake courses and virtually any safety training you will need to obtain that perfect oilfield, construction, or transport job!
We at CTEC are proud to be affiliated with AB RoadSafe.
why CTEC Training?
Driving is the most dangerous activity a human can do. There is simply nothing else that we do that results in the volume of death, injury and property damage as does driving. Today’s driving environment is very complicated and traditional driver training often fails to provide the skills needed to safely operate in that environment. Being human our skills erode over time and we often allow bad habits to form. Driving is something we all do. Driving is dangerous. We should have the skills to do it well.