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Canada Safety Council Certified



The CSC ATV RiderCourse provides hands-on training, with emphasis on the safety implications relating to each lesson. Students will learn basic techniques for riding ATVs & UTVs responsibly. The lessons include starting and stopping, quick turns, hill riding, emergency stopping and swerving, and riding over obstacles.

​The CSC rider training program reflects a high-quality introduction to ATV safety knowledge, environmental awareness, and riding skills. 


What We Provide

BC ATV Training provides students with quality, Canada Safety Council certified instruction. We teach using a mix of theory and practice to allow students to acquire new skills and test them in a safe and controlled environment.

The ATV and UTV courses are one day each. The course duration is generally less than 8 hours. Ideally, we aim for a group of six to eight students per class. For larger groups, courses can be split into multiple days.

What To Bring

Prior to every course, students will be given a study manual and course overview. BC ATV Training will provide DOT-approved helmets and Hi-Vis Vests. Students must come to the course equipped with the following:

  • PPE/Personal Protective Equipment (safety glasses, gloves and appropriate footwear such as steel-toe boots, or hiking boots).

  • All-weather clothing. We teach in rain or shine, so be prepared for both! 

  • Food and drinks for breaks and lunch. This course is moderately physically demanding, so be sure to bring lots of water.

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