The Saskatchewan Safety Council has been offering traffic safety training and advocacy since its inception in 1955. Since then we have continuously evolved our courses to meet the needs of drivers in the current traffic environments. Available for personal, professional, and occupational needs, our driver training programs are delivered by some of the most experienced instructors in the country.
Browse our training course list and discover how an investment in training can help you, your family, and/or your employees feel safer on the road.
Please select a training course from the menu.
"Clear, concise and encouraging. I now have a better understanding of how my vehicle reacts and hence, how I need to react in different situations. "
"You guys do a great service. I will take what I learned today and incorporate it. Both instructors did an awesome job and made me laugh. "
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