Defensive Driving Course and Professional Driving Improvement Course (PDIC) are essential to operating a vehicle safely. Drivers are instructed on being aware of hazards on and off the road, as well as how to prepare for the hazards while driving.
Defensive Driving Main Focus
Principles and Foundations of Defensive Driving
The Driver (Dealing more with Attitude)
Dealing with Intersections & Right of Way Regulations
How Passing may Lead to Collisions and Related Psychology
Aggressive Drivers and How to Avoid Being One
All students, with a valid Alberta Drivers License, who pass the DDC program knowledge exam with 80% or better will qualify for a 3 point demerit reduction on his/her license. The student must apply for the reduction at any registry office.
People employed to drive motor vehicles for their living are encouraged to complete a Professionsal Driving Improvement Course every two years. This is also recommended to any supervisor or safety officer that manage a fleet of vehicles, or have employees who drive company vehicles. This course will help promote due diligence to corporate and driving safety