Instructor Certification Programs
Basic Classroom/Driver Instructor Course (BCIC/BDIC)
Basic Driving Instructor (BDIC)
Are you considering becoming a driving instructor? Not only are you required to carry a valid Ontario G licence, but you must also have a driving instructor’s licence card in the vehicle while teaching a student.
To obtain your driving instructor licence, you must meet the following requirements:
Hold a valid Ontario G licence
Be at least 18 years of age
A clean driver's abstract
Meet Ministry of Transportation (MTO) vision standards
Pass the written G1 written test
Pass a Class G practical test
Pass a vulnerable sector check
Most importantly, you must complete an MTO-approved instructor course. That's where we come in! Our Basic Driving Instructor Course (also known as BDIC) is an MTO-approved program, which will allow you to obtain your Ontario Driving Instructor License to teach in-vehicle only.
Our program is 17 days in length, with a combination of classroom and in-vehicle training. We also use our driving simulators during the classroom training to bridge theoretical and practical training.
Throughout the program, our BDIC students will learn about adult learning principles and instructional techniques - particularly those used in the vehicle during training. The aspiring instructors will also learn about giving and receiving feedback, as well as creating relevant lesson plans for Beginner Driver Education (BDE) students.
To learn more about our Basic Driving Instructor Course (BDIC) and for questions regarding admission requirements and pricing, call or email us to speak with a representative!
Basic Classroom Instructor (BCIC)
Have your Beginner Driving Instructor (BDE) licence and want to teach new drivers in-class, too? You can continue to grow your career as a certified driving instructor with our exceptional Basic Classroom Instructor Course (BCIC). Our award-winning program certifies you to reach the next level of driving instructor certification for Class G drivers.
The BCIC course is MTO-approved and will provide you with all the training necessary to obtain the classroom instructor license in Ontario. Before you are eligible to take the classroom instructor course, you must meet the same requirements as the BDIC course, but you must also have an existing in-vehicle instructor license.
Our classroom instructor course (BCIC) is 13 days in length. During this program we discuss instructional techniques, focusing on a classroom setting, learning technologies, and advance lesson planning.
For more information on the course, admission requirements and/or pricing, please call or email us.
APPROVED DRIVING INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATIONS
BASIC DRIVING INSTRUCTOR COURSE
Our BDIC is an MTO approved program, which will allow you to obtain your Ontario Driving Instructor License to teach in-vehicle only. The program is 17 days in length. It is a combination of classroom, and in-vehicle training. We also use our driving simulators during the classroom training to bridge the theory and practical application.
The program discusses Adult Leaning Principles, Instructional Techniques, particularly in the vehicle, giving and receiving feedback, and lesson planning.
BASIC CLASSROOM INSTRUCTOR COURSE
MTO-Approved Driving Instructor
Continue your instructor career path with our exceptional program. This award winning program certifies you to reach the next level of driving instructor certification for Class G drivers.
The BCIC is also the MTO approved course required to obtain the Classroom Instructor License in Ontario (your in-vehicle instructor license is required before you obtain the classroom instructor license).
The Classroom instructor course is 13 days in length. During this program we discuss instructional techniques, focusing on a classroom setting, learning technologies, and advance lesson planning.
TEACHING & TRAINING ADULTS
Commercial Transportation Specialty
This program encompasses all the components of the National Occupational Standard for trainer as well as the latest methods in Adult Learning, creating activity based classrooms, standardizing training, and performing evaluations or assements. Be a leader in fleet and trucking school instruction.