​SINCE 1979

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New English Group Saturday, August 10, from 10:00-12:00 

The PESR (Programme d'éducation à la sécurité routière) driving course offered by the SAAQ (Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec) is designed to provide new drivers with the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes to become safe and responsible drivers on Quebec's roads.

The PESR course covers a wide range of topics essential for safe driving, including road rules and regulations, traffic signs and signals, defensive driving techniques, and strategies for handling various driving situations.

Theoretical Instruction:

Students participate in classroom sessions where they learn about Quebec's safety code, the principles of safe driving, and the consequences of risky behaviors such as speeding, impaired driving, and distracted driving.

Practical Training:

The course includes hands-on driving lessons conducted by certified driving instructors. Students have the opportunity to practice essential driving skills in a controlled environment, such as starting, stopping, turning, parking, and maneuvering through traffic.

Interactive Learning:

The PESR course emphasizes interactive and engaging learning experiences to enhance understanding and retention. Activities such as group discussions and multimedia presentations are used to reinforce key concepts and promote active participation.

Progressive Learning Approach:

The course follows a progressive learning approach, allowing students to build upon their skills and knowledge gradually. As students gain confidence and proficiency, they advance to more complex driving tasks and scenarios under the guidance of their instructors.

Safety Focus:

Safety is paramount throughout the PESR course, with a strong emphasis on risk awareness, hazard perception, and accident prevention. Students learn how to anticipate and respond to potential hazards on the road, prioritize safety over convenience, and make responsible decisions behind the wheel.

Evaluation and Certification:

Upon successful completion of the PESR course, students undergo a final evaluation to assess their driving abilities and comprehension of course materials. Those who meet the requirements receive a certificate of completion, which will be required to obtain a learner's permit or probationary license.

Overall, the PESR driving course equips new drivers with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to navigate Quebec's roads safely and responsibly, laying the foundation for a lifetime of safe driving habits.