The non-DEES PDIC Instructor Training Course is a four-day course of advanced driver education designed to certify successful candidates as AMTA certified, non-DEES PDIC instructors.
The course enables successful graduates to teach the AMTA’s non-DEES PDIC program for their employer and provides them with a PDIC certificate. Long Combination Vehicle (LCV) Drivers are required to take a PDIC course once every 48 months.
- Has taken an AMTA PDIC course within the previous 24 months
- Verify a minimum 36 months Class 1 commercial driving experience
- Less than 7 demerit points (provide commercial abstract)
- No driver license suspension that expired within 2 years
- No Criminal Code driver license cancelation or suspension previous 5 years
- Has signed the AMTA instructor code of conduct
PDIC Instructor Training is beneficial to carriers with large fleets (multiple drivers) so that PDIC training can be completed in-house.
Delivery time: Four days in Classroom
Frequency of Occurrence: As demand requires
The first two days are taught in the classroom with the remaining four days consisting of practical environments where learners participate in one co-teach session and one observation session with AMTA’s senior instructor.
When required, distance learning can be facilitated in real-time by a qualified AMTA instructor via an online conferencing tool (presently, Microsoft Teams) when using a computer or device equipped with sound and video. Participants will access both the course and its materials online.
Training is completed with the information required to successfully manage a student’s progression through the course to completion. Once certified, instructors will be able to book classes, register students, and instruct the AMTA’s non-DEES PDIC training program, all through the instructor dashboard in the AMTA’s Learning Management System (LMS). This will allow you to issue a certificate of completion.
Member/Non-Member: $2,500+ GST