Not just a simulator:

Driving simulators are an excellent tool to efficiently deliver driver training, but they are just a teaching tool. A fire extinguisher can put out fires, but if you don’t know how to operate it, it will not help you. However with over 15 years of experience at delivering simulation based training, we use a proven training methodology to effectively educate our participants. This allows us to have a 99% client referral rating.

4 Hour Course breakdown

8AM – 9AM — Classroom

  • 6 Star Approach to Cooperative Driving (Canadian Ministry of Transportation approved)
  • Engaging classroom discussions and group activities
  • Animated assessment using clickers

9AM – 10AM — Simulator

  • Introduction to simulation based driver training
  • Scenarios testing scanning, intersections, lane of least resistance and traffic signals
  • Risky behaviours are found and corrected via the replay function and group discussion

10AM – 11AM – Classroom

  • Theoretical session emphasizing speed and space management, close quarter manoeuvring and safe backing procedures.
  • Videos with safe and unsafe driving behaviours which are discussed as a group.
  • Cumulative animated evaluation using clickers

11AM – 12AM — Simulator

  • Simulator session that tests driver behaviours in multiple advanced scenarios
  • Faults are introduced by the instructor such as tire blow out, animal crossing, brake failure, adverse weather conditions, head on collisions and poor visibility
  • Instructor completes a written driver risk profile report
  • Risky behaviours are found and corrected via the replay function and group discussion