*An instructor being hired to work for A-1 Driving School
may have fees waived.
For individuals interested in teaching driver education in a commercial setting.
- 3-course home study program
- Required to become trained in CPR
- 100-hour on-the-job internship
Students may work at their own pace, but must complete all five courses and return
all materials – textbooks, workbooks and handouts -- within one year to receive
credit. Please allow one week for review of materials and correction of all written
Upon completion of all course work, the student will be issued a Certificate of
Completion by A-1 Driving School. The certificate must be presented to the State
of Utah, Director of Driver Services, who at their discretion may issue an Instructor
License to teach Driver Education.
- Three Home-Study Courses. Students are expected to complete a workbook of
questions based on the text and materials that we provide, then pass a written test
with 80 percent or better, for each of the following areas:
- Fundamentals of Traffic Safety Materials based on the nine lessons in A-1’s
9-Day driver education program, to help you teach beginning drivers.
- Drugs, Alcohol and Safety on the Roadways Includes topics on alcohol use
and abuse, various drugs and the problems that occur with drug use.
- Managing the Commercial Driver Education Program Includes topics on small
business management, and Utah rules and regulations regarding commercial and public
driver education programs.
- CPR Training
Students will be required to take a CPR training class through the American Red
Cross or equivalent organization. Student is responsible for scheduling and paying
for these classes. A copy of your course completion is required.
- On-The-Job Internship (100 hours)
Approximately 50 hours in the classroom, and 50 hours in-car observation with a
State Certified Driver Education Instructor.
It is the student’s responsibility to schedule all in-car appointments in advance
with the classroom teacher. You must keep a log of all hours and an instructor must
sign off for each class or in-car session attended.
For more information or to register for the course:
Call Brian (801) 553-0422 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org