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New! Online 3 Demerit Reduction Course

This 6 hour online Defensive Driving program is approved by the Alberta Government for reduction of 3 demerits points from an Alberta operator’s licence. More info...

A donation of any amount of non-perishable food items or cash to the Edmonton Food Bank will qualify you for significant discounts on our Insurance Reduction Programs! Please contact us for more information. Ask us!

(Expires November 24, 2017)

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This course is suitable for students who already have a good amount of driving experience.


15 hours of in-classroom instruction

During the classroom instruction we cover: Driving rules and regulations, Traffic Safety Act, sharing the road with others, road rage, defensive driving skills and maneuvers, alcohol and drug factor, collision avoidance, vehicle critical systems, vehicle maintenance, buying and selling plus insurance coverage. Classroom training is done over one weekend, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on a Saturday and Sunday consecutively. Please check our Calendar to see when our next classroom sessions will be held.

10 hours of in-car driving lessons

This includes 5 lessons of 2 hours each.
During the road training, the student will learn the proper Circle check/walk around of a vehicle, safe entry/exit, and a demo drive will be performed by the Government qualified instructor. They will also teach the basic habits, controls, visual lead time (search/scan), curb judgement (using mirror and blind spot demonstrations), residential driving such as uncontrolled/right of way judgement, right turns and left turns, mechanical check of the vehicle, entering traffic flow, lane changing, turning at lights, point of no return, traffic circles, parallel parking, one-way streets, merging, planning ahead, and much more. Road training will commence in low traffic areas and as the students develop their skills, heavier traffic will be introduced. Training will be catered towards the students’ needs.

A donation of any amount of non-perishable food items or cash to the Edmonton Food Bank will qualify you for significant discounts on our Insurance Reduction Programs! Please contact us for more information. Ask us!

(Expires November 24, 2017)

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This course is suitable for students who have little to no driving experience.

15 hours of in-classroom instruction

During the classroom instruction we cover: Driving rules and regulations, Traffic Safety Act, sharing the road with others, road rage, defensive driving skills and maneuvers, alcohol and drug factor, collision avoidance, vehicle critical systems, vehicle maintenance, buying and selling plus insurance coverage. Classroom training is done over one weekend, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on a Saturday and Sunday consecutively. Please check our Calendar to see when our next classroom sessions will be held.

6 Hours of Simulator Training

Our simulator is designed to teach students about the basics of driving as well as prepare them for range of different unexpected worst-case scenarios.
The simulator covers many things such as: Intro to a vehicle & controls, Intro to roads & traffic, Highway driving, City driving, Country driving, Braking & safety distances, Risk awareness, and Night driving & proper headlight use.
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14 hours of in-car driving lessons

This includes 7 lessons of 2 hours each.
During the road training, the student will learn the proper Circle check/walk around of a vehicle, safe entry/exit, and a demo drive will be performed by the Government qualified instructor. They will also teach the basic habits, controls, visual lead time (search/scan), curb judgement (using mirror and blind spot demonstrations), residential driving such as uncontrolled/right of way judgement, right turns and left turns, mechanical check of the vehicle, entering traffic flow, lane changing, turning at lights, point of no return, traffic circles, parallel parking, one-way streets, merging, planning ahead, and much more. Road training will commence in low traffic areas and as the students develop their skills, heavier traffic will be introduced. Training will be catered towards the students’ needs.

A donation of any amount of non-perishable food items or cash to the Edmonton Food Bank will qualify you for significant discounts on our Insurance Reduction Programs! Please contact us for more information. Ask us!

(Expires November 24, 2017)

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This course is suitable for students who have some driving experience.


15 hours of in-classroom instruction

During the classroom instruction we cover: Driving rules and regulations, Traffic Safety Act, sharing the road with others, road rage, defensive driving skills and maneuvers, alcohol and drug factor, collision avoidance, vehicle critical systems, vehicle maintenance, buying and selling plus insurance coverage. Classroom training is done over one weekend, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on a Saturday and Sunday consecutively. Please check our Calendar to see when our next classroom sessions will be held.

6 Hours of Simulator Training

Our simulator is designed to teach students about the basics of driving as well as prepare them for range of different unexpected worst-case scenarios.
The simulator covers many things such as: Intro to a vehicle & controls, Intro to roads & traffic, Highway driving, City driving, Country driving, Braking & safety distances, Risk awareness, and Night driving & proper headlight use.
Click here for more info about the simulator!

10 hours of in-car driving lessons

This includes 5 lessons of 2 hours each.
During the road training, the student will learn the proper Circle check/walk around of a vehicle, safe entry/exit, and a demo drive will be performed by the Government qualified instructor. They will also teach the basic habits, controls, visual lead time (search/scan), curb judgement (using mirror and blind spot demonstrations), residential driving such as uncontrolled/right of way judgement, right turns and left turns, mechanical check of the vehicle, entering traffic flow, lane changing, turning at lights, point of no return, traffic circles, parallel parking, one-way streets, merging, planning ahead, and much more. Road training will commence in low traffic areas and as the students develop their skills, heavier traffic will be introduced. Training will be catered towards the students’ needs.

A donation of any amount of non-perishable food items or cash to the Edmonton Food Bank will qualify you for significant discounts on our Insurance Reduction Programs! Please contact us for more information. Ask us!

(Expires November 24, 2017)

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This course is suitable for students who are nervous or have little to no driving experience or may not have someone else to practice with outside of their lessons.


15 hours of in-classroom instruction

During the classroom instruction we cover: Driving rules and regulations, Traffic Safety Act, sharing the road with others, road rage, defensive driving skills and maneuvers, alcohol and drug factor, collision avoidance, vehicle critical systems, vehicle maintenance, buying and selling plus insurance coverage. Classroom training is done over one weekend, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on a Saturday and Sunday consecutively. Please check our Calendar to see when our next classroom sessions will be held.

10 Hours of Simulator Training

Our simulator is designed to teach students about the basics of driving as well as prepare them for range of different unexpected worst-case scenarios.
The simulator covers many things such as: Intro to a vehicle & controls, Intro to roads & traffic, Highway driving, City driving, Country driving, Braking & safety distances, Risk awareness, and Night driving & proper headlight use.
Click here for more info about the simulator!

20 hours of in-car driving lessons

This includes 10 lessons of 2 hours each.
During the road training, the student will learn the proper Circle check/walk around of a vehicle, safe entry/exit, and a demo drive will be performed by the Government qualified instructor. They will also teach the basic habits, controls, visual lead time (search/scan), curb judgement (using mirror and blind spot demonstrations), residential driving such as uncontrolled/right of way judgement, right turns and left turns, mechanical check of the vehicle, entering traffic flow, lane changing, turning at lights, point of no return, traffic circles, parallel parking, one-way streets, merging, planning ahead, and much more. Road training will commence in low traffic areas and as the students develop their skills, heavier traffic will be introduced. Training will be catered towards the students’ needs.

We also offer hourly lessons for those who only wish to have a few lessons on their in-car driving. Minimum 2 hours per lesson.

15 hours of in class training designed to prepare students for their class 7 written knowledge test. Classroom training is done over one weekend, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. Please check our Calendar to see when our next classroom sessions will be held.

Many drivers are suspended every year because of too many demerit points. This course will allow you to have 3 demerit points reduced every 2 years.

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For details please contact A&J Driving School.

We provide a variety of online courses as well. Please click on the links below to register and take the course online.

A donation of any amount of non-perishable food items or cash to the Edmonton Food Bank will qualify you for significant discounts on our Insurance Reduction Programs! Please contact us for more information. Ask us!

(Expires November 24, 2017)

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15-14 no simulator

Our school car may also be available to use for your road test at the West End Registries. For more information please Contact Us .