Class 5 GDL Basic Course Registration

The basic class 5 GDL course is designed for drivers with or without prior driving experience. Whether you have just obtained your class 7 learner's license or have been driving for years from out of province; Alberta Driver Education & Training offers the perfect driver education package for your needs.

Our driving instructors will begin slowly and provide demonstrations so that you can familiarize yourself with the vehicle. The instructor will monitor the student’s progress to assess their level of knowledge, ability and confidence when driving on the road. A customized route will be designed for the student by the instructor once they understand the student’s strengths and weaknesses. This allows the student to develop properly while learning through the modules of the driving school curriculum specified by Alberta Transportation Board.

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What's Included in the Class 5 GDL Basic Course?

Classroom Time

15.00 Hours
 

15 Hours of in class instruction. You will learn about the GDL licensing process in Alberta, and restrictions for each class. Traffic laws and controls, as well as basic driving rules, turning and intersections, a variety of parking scenarios, highway driving rules and scenarios, emergency situations and adverse weather conditions, and much more.

At the end of in-class instruction, there will be a multiple choice quiz that must be passed before beginning in-car training hours. All topics on this paper quiz will be covered in-class. Students will receive an email when it's time to schedule in-car sessions through our online scheduling system.

Schedule a time that works for you through our website when you sign up.



In Car Training

10.00 Hours
 

After completing the in-class requirements, a total of 10 hours of in-car instruction is required to complete your class 5 basic driver training course.

During this training you will attend a short demo drive to illustrate basic maneuvers, then you will learn to familiarize yourself with basic safety functions and features of the vehicle. You'll also learn correct use of features such as seatbelts, headrests and seat positioning. Braking, accelerating, and steering methods/procedures will also be covered. 

As the training progresses, we will then cover more advanced driving techniques, such as blind spots, lane changes, passing and being passed, various parking methods, defensive driving techniques and many more topics.





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