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Training Programs

All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Safety Training

Whether an all terrain vehicle (ATV) is used in an industrial (workplace) environment or for recreational purposes, safe-riding practices should be followed.

The ATV Rider Student and Instructor courses are nationally recognized programs developed by the Canada Safety Council, for the benefit of both industrial and recreational ATV operators. Completion of this course has become mandatory in many major companies for employees and sub-contracted personnel who use an ATV on the job site.

We also do custom corporate training of employees --we can bring our course to your site. All students must provide their own mechanically sound ATV and appropriate riding gear.

Student Course

ATV Rider's Course

Course lengthASC Member FeeNon-member Fee
1 Day $175.00 $200.00

Locations and Dates

EdmontonCalgary 
2016
TBA
 

The All Terrain Vehicle Rider Course is a one-day program designed to train the operator in the safe and efficient use of an all terrain vehicle. The course includes both classroom and practical training, with the greatest emphasis on operational skills.

 Key Elements      atv3                 

  • Safe riding practices and strategies
  • Quick stops and swerving
  • Pre-ride inspections
  • Riding over obstacles
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Traversing hills
  • Turning basics
  •  Sharp turns
  •  Quick turns

Instructor Training Course

All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Instructor Training Course

Course lengthASC Member FeeNon-member Fee
5 Days $1350.00 $1500.00

Locations and Dates

EdmontonCalgary 

2016
TBA

 

atv1The Alberta Safety Council offers a five-day All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Instructor Training Course. All Participants are required to provide their own ATV (that can pass a pre-trip check) and all riding gear (weather proof).

Key Elements       

  • In-depth discussions, ATV riding techniques and practices
  • Rider evaluation techniques and lesson planning
  • Rider awareness and adaptation to changing conditions
  • A focus on techniques of delivery, presentation and facilitation skills
  • Instructor candidates are provided with an Instructor Kit which includes program curriculum and a set of program Overheads
  • Nationally recognized program, developed by the Canada Safety Council

How to Register

 

REGISTER BY PHONE:

Edmonton: (780) 462-7300 or Toll Free: 1 (800) 301-6407

REGISTER IN PERSON:

Visit our main office during regular office hours to register. 

Pre-registration is required for all ASC courses.*

 

*(except childrens Scooter drop-in)
 

Cancellation Policy

 

Cancellation / Re-schedule Policy

more than 30 days before
course start date:

30 days to 15 days before course
start date:
Less than 14 days til
course start date:
day of course:

- you may re-schedule course
one time with no fee

- any subsequent re-schedule is subject to
10% admin fee

-cancellation is subject
to 25% admin fee

 - re-schedule is subject to a 25% admin fee

- cancellation is subject to a 25% admin fee

 - not eligible for refund

- not eligible for re-schedule

 - a no-show is not eligible for
   a refund

 

 

**The ASC reserves the right to cancel any course should there be insufficient registrations. A full refund of fees shall be made should circumstances beyond the ASC's control require a course cancellation.

**A stop-payment does not constitute notice of withdrawal from a course nor does it constitute a cancellation/refund request.