Driving Instructor Courses

MTO Approved In-Car and In-Class Courses

In-Car Instructor Course

PDIO’s MTO approved In-Car Instructor course contains 80 hours of classroom content and 51.5 hours of in-car instruction. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently teaching using a Virtual Classroom and offering modified in-car instruction to follow Public Health guidelines.

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Online Classroom

This course is offered virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Engaging Content

Our course has been developed by instructors for instructors.

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Flexible In-Car Instruction

Our network of in-car instructors works with you to accommodate your schedule when possible.

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Ontario Wide

Our team of instructors is located through out Ontario.

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Covid-19 Protocols in Place

All of our instruction follows the best advice of Public Health and the MTO.

Full Time Virtual Classroom Course Schedule

All full-time courses offered will be offered online through an MTO-approved Virtual Classroom. The course will be structured as 2 weeks of Virtual Classroom learning and then 2 weeks of in-car instruction. In-car instruction will be provided by one of our many instructors throughout Ontario. Hand sanitizer will be available and masks or face coverings must be worn throughout the course.

November 1 – November 26, 2021-CLOSED

November 6 – December 5, 2021-5 WEEKEND COURSE-CLOSED
(November 6,7 13,14 20,21 27,28 December 4,5)

November 15 – December 10, 2021-CLOSED

November 29 – December 24, 2021-CLOSED

December 13, 2021 – January 7, 2022

Prerequisites

  • Hold a valid “G” Ontario driver’s licence and four consecutive years of driving experience
  • Have no demerit points on your driver’s record.
  • Pass a terminal check at the DriveTest Centre to ensure you meet licensing requirements (AKA completing the Driving Instructor Kit), which includes;
    Meet Ministry of Transportation (MTO) vision standards.
    • Pass a G1 knowledge test (there is a one-year wait period following two unsuccessful attempts).
    • Pass a Class G road (highway) test (there is a one-year wait period following two unsuccessful attempts).
    • Pass a vulnerable sector check at a police station [don’t forget 2 pieces of ID for the police station]
  • Have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent. *We offer an admission test if you do not have your OSSD
  • ​Functional fluency in English is required

In-Class Instructor Course

PDIO’s MTO approved In-Class Instructor course contains 130 hours of classroom content. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently teaching using a Virtual Classroom.

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Online Classroom

This course is offered virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Engaging Content

Our course has been developed by instructors for instructors.

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Automatic Submission to MTO

We submit your completion to the MTO at the end of the course.

Full Time Virtual Classroom Course Schedule

All full-time courses offered will be offered online through an MTO-approved Virtual Classroom.

Course Dates TBD

Prerequisites

  • Hold a valid in-car Driving Instructor license.
  • Have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent. *We offer an admission test if you do not have your OSSD
  • ​Functional fluency in English is required

Hundreds of Satisfied Customers

Highly recommended for those who want to be a professional driving instructor. The classroom teacher, Scott, is also the owner. He had a lot of experience on the road including AZ driving and teaching students of different backgrounds. Atmosphere in the classroom is casual but contents are rich. In car instructors are from local community. Some of them are strict, some like chatting. But all are professional.

Google Review

I took the driver instructor’s course with “Professional Driving Instructors of Ontario” at their newly opened location in Brampton Ontario in September 2019. I am a very satisfied student with the end results of their method of teaching. They are professional and friendly, and I know that I got the best for my money. Their standard of teaching this course stand out from the rest, the findings are of such, we were given four Instructors to teach the class safe driving technique on the roadway, every student in the class got a chance to be taught by the different Instructors, hence a variety of teaching which is better than one teacher. I have heard that no other driving school has done this practice, usually only one Instructor would teach the entire class to drive. My advise to those who would like to become a driving Instructor, check them out first. (PDIO)

Google Review