ATV Rider Course

Curriculum Breakdown

The ATV Rider Course provides hands-on training, with emphasis on the safety implications relating to each lesson. Students will learn basic techniques for riding and all-terrain vehicle responsibly. The lessons include starting & stopping, quick turns, emergency stopping & swerving, and riding over obstacles. As well as specific requirements through the certification system.

Our qualified instructor Russell is knowledgeable and down-to-earth, employing diverse instructional techniques to help you accomplish your individual learning goals and most importantly, teach you how to employ safety while riding your ATV. He is a certified ATV Instructor through the Canada Safety Council and has been teaching since May 2017.  Join our ATV course and build your knowledge and skills to stay safe while riding!

Earn CEU’s!

We’ve registered with the ISA so you or your co-workers can earn CEU’s for taking our ATV Rider Course.

Certified Arborist: 6.25
BCMA – Management: 6.25
TW Climber Specialist: 6.25
TW Aerial Lift Specialist: 6.25


Introduction to the ATV Rider Course

  • Introduction to the course

Rules & Warm-up

  • Range signals
  • Rules of riding
  • Warm-up exercises


  • Learning all controls on the ATV

Starting & Stopping

  • Starting the engine
  • Stopping the engine

Shifting Gears

  • Forward
  • Reverse
  • Park


  • Safe breaking practices


  • Riding strategies


  • Safe turning practices
  • Sharp turns
  • Quicker turns

Emergency Stops

  • Quick stops
  • Swerving

Riding Over Obstacles

  • Avoiding obstacles
  • Riding over obstacles

Environmental Concerns

  • Impacts of riding

U-Turns & K-Turns


  • Traversing hills

Loading & Transportation

  • Proper loading and transporting practices
  • Tying down your ATV

Trail Ride

  • Put your knowledge to use


  • Wind-up of the course

Upcoming Course Dates


One Day Course

Cost $150.00 per person

Date: Saturday, December 21, 2019

Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm


One Day Course

Cost $150.00 per person

Date: Saturday, January 25, 2020

Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm


Call 604-575-8727 to register!