BC Forest Safety Council Resource Road Driver Training   

Quad at workSmall ATVs, UTVs, and Argo-type vehicles are used in many remote job sites. Often, operator education involves little more than handing someone the keys. Training in off-road driving, loading, manoeuvring, and basic safety procedures can minimize injuries, as well as reduce damage to the equipment. Our clinics include basic maintenance procedures and a vehicle dynamics classroom session. There is a lot of riding/driving time, we use a variety of skill-building exercises.
The curriculum for our ATV/UTV training was developed by the WSCA, the Western Forestry Contractors' Association, along with chief instructor Alan Sidorov and other senior trainers. The WSCA has been renamed the Western Forestry Contractors' Association. The course is recognised by the BC Forest Safety Council.Our coaches have completed the WFCA instructor training program for this course, and have many years experience operating these machines in difficult conditions. We require a minimum of three participants per session, and can accommodate larger groups.
If you are looking for ATV/UTV safety training, but do not need a WSCA certificate, our normal rates apply. See Services for more information.
Alan Sidorov is Chief Instructor for the WFCA's ATV/UTV/Argo course and the BC Forest Safety Council Resource Road Light Truck Driver Training. The curriculum continues to be developed by the WFCA and Alan Sidorov, Director of Sidorov Precision Driver Training. Call or e-mail for details.