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Standard Classes: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm each day

Driver Awareness Program: 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm, 8-8:30PM Parient Orientation

Course 100
30 Hours of top quality classroom instruction is provided in just two weekends. Parents attend a Teaching Your Teen to Drive session. This is the most affordable program however it does not include scheduled behind the wheel lessons with CDI. Parents, friends or relatives typically provide driving instruction when it is convenient for the family. CDI will assist parent/coaches with any needs or questions as they may arise (you can always choose to purchase driving instruction from CDI at a later date if needed). This is an ideal course for students whose insurance companies provide a Driver's Education Insurance Discount (call your agent! Note: some discount programs require up to 6hrs of behind-the-wheel training). Follow-Up option: BrushUp-Auto


Course 10
Driver Awareness Program: 4-Hour Classroom Education Session View Schedule of Up-Coming Classes

This state approved course was established by the "National Safety Council." It is designed to allow 15.5 year olds to obtain a learner's permit after completing the Driver Awareness Program. Parents/guardians should plan to attend the last 30 minutes of the session (from 8:00-8:30)! Register Now On-Line...

 

Course 400 Level 1 Traffic Violation
4hrs or 8hrs of Classroom Education Register Now... View Schedule of Up-Coming Classes

Course Credit: Various Courts, Employers, Educational Institutes, and Insurance Companies will give credit for this course. Check with the appropriate authority to verify your options.

Goals & Objectives: The majority of court-ordered offenders are basically good drivers most of the time-who make a mistake once in a while. However, this same situation is what causes tickets, and kills people all too often. This course of study is designed to remind you of the details and level of attention necessary to minimize complacency and prevent accidents.

Time Requirements: Four (4) or eight (8) hours of required class attendance is the standard. The court establishes a student time requirement if a traffic violation is the cause of attendance.

Participation: All participants should engage in class-discussions and view all videos. You will attend classes with new drivers and are expected to share your experiences with these inexperienced students.

Attendance: All students must be in attendance in the classroom for the entire specified time-requirement, to receive a certificate.

Textbooks: All students are given the AAA Text, Managing Visibility, Time & Space--an excellent "Risk Management" book, The Colorado Driver Handbook, and other relevant materials.

 

Course 401 Level 2 or 3 Traffic Violation
12 or 16 hours of Classroom Education Register Now... View Schedule of Up-Coming Classes

Course Credit: Various Courts, Employers, Educational Institutes, and Insurance Companies will give credit for this course. Check with the appropriate authority to verify your options.

Goals & Objectives: The majority of court-ordered offenders are basically good drivers most of the time--who make a mistake once in a while. However, this same situation is what causes tickets, and kills people all too often. This course of study is designed to remind you of the details and level of attention necessary to minimize complacency and prevent accidents.

Time Requirements: Twelve (12) or sixteen (16) hours of required class attendance is the standard. The court establishes a student time requirement if a traffic violation is the cause of attendance.

Participation: All participants should interact in class-discussions and view all videos. You will attend classes with new drivers and are expected to share your wisdom with inexperienced students.

Attendance: All students must be in attendance in the classroom for the entire specified time-requirement, to receive a certificate.

Textbooks: All students are given the AAA Text, Managing Visibility, Time & Space--an excellent "Risk Management" book, The Colorado Driver Handbook, and other relevant materials.

 

BTW-Auto
Behind-the-Wheel Training Automatic Transmission Only Register Now...

Three two-hour training segments, while driving our dual-control vehicles, the student progresses from residential driving to city driving, and finally onto interstate highways. Progress will depend on the amount of practice and level of skill developed between lessons.

What's Taught During Driving Lessons

 

 

Brush-Up-Auto
2 Hours Behind-the-Wheel Brush-Up/Follow-Up Training: Automatic Trans. Only Register Now...

This brush-up course provides clear evaluation and assessment of the general driving skills of the licensed driver. We provide practice and opportunity to review any and all basic driving skills while driving in a variety of traffic situations. In this two-hour training segment, while driving our dual-control vehicles, drivers receive direction and guidance for facing specific challenges, from residential driving to city driving, as well as interstate highways. We customize this lesson to emphasize what the driver wants and needs. As a follow-up course we can include a Sample BOST (Basic Operating Skills Test). This course is ideal for C100 students.

What's Taught During Driving Lessons

 

 

Course 500 Driver Improvement Program (D.I.P) 8 Hours
This course is typically taken by professional fleet operators to upgrade their resumes, and update their driving techniques to those of the 21st Century Risk Manager. Defensive Driving is still a valid strategy but assessing risk and managing one’s space and time is critical for today’s overcrowded highways. AAA textbooks are included. This course also qualifies Senior Operators for Insurance Discounts, as required by State Law.

 

Course 501 Driver Improvement Program (D.I.P.) 16 Hours
This course is typically taken by professional fleet operators to upgrade their resumes, and update their driving techniques to those of the 21st Century Risk Manager. Defensive Driving is still a valid strategy but assessing risk and managing one's space and time is critical for today's overcrowded highways. Colorado Law is emphasized. Any driver lacking theory or experience will benefit from this course. AAA textbooks are included.

 

FODIP-I

Group Rates for Fleet Operators:

Minimum 10 Students = $ 300.00
Minimum 20 Students = $ 450.00
Minimum 40 Students = $ 675.00

-$10 for online registration

8 Hrs Fleet Operator's Driver-Improvement Program: Corporate/Group Rates - We can bring the Course to You! Same Course Content as Course 500 shown above.
At Your On-Site
Facility.

This is the nationally recognized American Automobile Association Driver Improvement Program instructed by a trained, certified AAA Instructor with program videos provided by AAA. NOTE: Equipment Required at the Training Facility: TV/VCR, Overhead Projector, White Board or Flip-Chart.

ALL COURSES INCLUDE CLASSROOM MATERIALS/BOOKS.

 

FODIP-II

Group Rates for Fleet Operators:

Minimum 10 Students = $ 600.00
Minimum 20 Students = $ 900.00
Minimum 40 Students = $ 1,350.00

-$10 for online registration

16 Hrs Fleet Operator's Driver-Improvement Program: Corporate/Group Rates - We can bring the Course to You! Same Course Content as Course 501 shown above.
At Your On-Site
Facility.

This is the nationally recognized American Automobile Association Driver Improvement Program instructed by a trained, certified AAA Instructor with program videos provided by AAA. NOTE: Equipment Required at the Training Facility: TV/VCR, Overhead Projector, White Board or Flip-Chart

ALL COURSES INCLUDE CLASSROOM MATERIALS/BOOKS.

 

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Disclaimer: Driving is the most dangerous activity anyone participates in on a regular basis. Although driver's education insurance rates are among the lowest, and accidents are far below average, Colorado Driving Institute cannot guarantee anyone's safety while driving an automobile.