Advanced Driving 4X4 Off Road Online Training Reviews

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Advanced Driving 4x4 Off-Road provides internationally accredited advanced driving courses such as defensive driving, 4WD, and security driver training (counter carjacking, hostile environment, armoured vehicle training), to those working in high risk areas both in the Africa region and globally.
Glen Edmunds, the course creator, has 40 years of racing experience. He is also a qualified automotive engineer. These unique talents combined with his international training credentials at the premier driver/security training schools in both the United States of America and Jordan mean that you benefit from every aspect of Glen's vast wealth of experience.

About Danatec:

At Danatec, we are in the business of sending people home safely to their families.

We have over 30 years of experience building, publishing and customizing training solutions for organizations – we take the challenge out of complex regulatory compliance. We build training programs that are easy to use, easy to implement, cost-effective and help our customers remain safe and compliant.

If you need a comprehensive health and safety program that is customized to your needs, our team of experts have various solutions that can be tailored to meet your business.

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Phone:

8004653366

Email:

marketing@weknowtraining.ca

Location:

10130, 103 Street Northwest, 18th Floor

Should have been more up to date
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Posted 8 months ago
This is a Canadian training course and is not useful for US drivers. Measurements are all metric.
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Posted 9 months ago
I learned a few thing but I feel this program is more suited for a novice driver and does not deal with a work situation. I found some of the terminological different, and some of the questions on the test I could not find in the course.
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Posted 10 months ago
It is an excellent course for someone going to work in Africa or Australia but Northern Canada, not even close
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Posted 1 year ago
Throughout the course there was unnecessary information being relayed about specific vehicle types. Some information only a technician really needs to know. It is a course to teach safety not to be a technician. The final testing was misleading and should be more straight forward. Many questions that had multiple answers should have been formatted properly. EG. B. All of the above. When only A is above and having more than one correct answer. Then the next question you would have an option to select more than one answer? Trying to confuse people isn't teaching them about safety. Nothing in there about driving in back country northern winter conditions either.
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Posted 1 year ago
It was good bit i wish they the North american version of it.
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Posted 1 year ago
The training kept me engaged almost the entire time. One thing is the language used is a little different from Canadaian (ie petrol vs gas, bonnet vs hood) so at times I was a little confused. All in all, great visual and videos!
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Posted 1 year ago
Two of the screens had the words overlapping each other when you would press on a description so you could not read any of these descriptions it was very frustrating
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Posted 1 year ago