JIBC Fleet Driver Training

Is this program right for you?

If you are an employer who wants to protect your drivers by giving them the skills to be safe on the road, then these courses are for you.

Hands-on Learning and Practice 

Drivers learn and practice skills and strategies that can prevent crashes on the road.

Controlled Environment for Training 

Drivers get supervised, hands-on driver training in a safe learning environment.

JIBC fleet driver training courses help employers provide valuable opportunities for their employees who drive for work to gain the skills to be safe, professional drivers on or off the road.

The program is designed to help employers meet their health and safety requirements and help reduce motor vehicle incidents, which are a leading cause of traumatic workplace deaths in B.C.

Program strengths

These courses reinforce and emphasize safe driving practices by providing an opportunity for drivers to experience hands-on training in both real-world and simulated environments. The program emphasizes the importance of having the correct attitude, vehicle control and interaction with other road users. 

By incorporating strategies and training for road safety, organizations can create a culture of safety, reduce workplace injury and lower fleet maintenance costs. 

Courses focus on applied learning and provide practical, hands-on experience taught by qualified and knowledgeable instructors.

Courses are organized on a contract basis for companies and organizations. They can be customized to meet client requirements.

Program Format

All courses are delivered in person at the JIBC Pitt Meadows or JIBC New Westminster campuses.

Upcoming intakes

There are no specific application deadlines or set start dates. 

If you are interested in registering employees for a course in this program, contact the Driver Education Centre.


Tuition varies for each course in this program. 

Contact the Driver Education Centre for details.

Textbooks & Supplies

Course manuals are supplied when you attend class. If additional books or other materials are required, you will be advised of the details after you are accepted into the program.

If you are an organization interested in registering your employee(s) for a course in this program, contact the Driver Education Centre.

Q: Where are the courses in this program offered?

A: The courses are delivered at the JIBC Pitt Meadows or JIBC New Westminster campuses. The Pitt Meadows campus location consists of 500,000 square feet of unobstructed paved surface, a custom-designed off-road course and an indoor meeting/classroom space. The facility is situated midway between Vancouver and Abbotsford.

Q: Are training vehicles supplied?

A: It is recommended that participants train in the vehicles they drive for work. Vehicles may be rented if required.

Questions about Driver Education & Road Safety Programs?

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