Online New Driver Program 

Learn at your own pace (up-to 60 days) with online driver education training, virtually anywhere with an internet connection.

What You Can Expect

  • 15 hours of interactive online content
  • Progress checkpoints to test your understanding of the content
  • Flexible timelines
  • 24/7 online access

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In-Class New Driver Program 

Access the most up-to-date driver education curriculum, hands-on activities and interactive content.

What You Can Expect

  • 18 hours of classroom learning
  • Group activities & videos
  • Access to evening & weekend class times
  • Locations across Alberta

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What Customers Say About our Program

“We signed our daughter up for the driver education program…and we must leave feedback because it was well worth the money. We hesitated…because of the cost and not being sure what to expect for her to get out of it but the improvements and confidence we saw in her driving each week was so reassuring. She goes for her licence on the 18th and she feels confident she will get it and we feel confident about her being on the road and driving safe. Thank you.

–Karen, Whitecourt

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Driver Education Tools and Resources


Learner’s Licence Studying Tools

When you need help studying for your learner’s licence, we have some tools and information to help you get started. Register for our 90-minute Online Class 7 Learner’s Licence Prep Course to help you study for your Class 7 Learner’s test. There’s also the free Online Learner’s Licence Practice Exam for iPhone and Android, which helps you prepare for the actual exam.

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Coaching Resources for Parents

Every minute of coaching helps, and as parents a lot of that responsibility falls onto our laps. Download our free Coaching Guide for some extra assistance with training the new driver in your family and use our online coaching tool for a more interactive experience.

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Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL)

In Alberta, the Graduated Driver Licence (GDL) requires all new drivers, regardless of age, to complete one year as a learner before they can take the road test and start driving on their own. This helps new drivers build their driving skill set over time in low-risk environments, and ensures that, no matter your age when you start driving, you have the right support and experience to become a safe and more confident driver for life.

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