Anyone In Saskatchewan Can Take 6 Hours Online Course
- SGI 6 & 6 Training (Mandatory Driver Education) provides the student with 6 hours of in-class instruction and 6 hours of in-car instructions. Upon completion of the full training, you get an SGI 6 & 6 Certificate.
- We offer 6(six) hours of in-class instruction most Sundays on ZOOM from 10 am to 4 pm.
Mandatory Driver Education Overview (SGI 6 & 6 Driver Training)
The (six) 6 hours in-class and (six) 6 hours in-car lessons comprise of, but are not limited to, the following:
(Six) 6 Hours driving school Class include:
- SGI Certified and Professional Driving Instructors
- Vehicle Insurance Coverage
- Proper Visual Search Patterns
- IPDE concept (Skills Used in Collision Avoidance)
- Time Techniques for a Safe Judgment
- Lanes and Right of Ways
- Distraction and the Law
- 6 Basic Conditions that can lead to Collision
- Alcohol and Driver Condition
- Road Rage/ Aggressive Driving
- Sharing the Road
- Highway & Gravel Road Driving Experience
- City & One-Way Driving Experience
- Parallel Parking Techniques
- Emergency and Defensive Driving Skills
- SGI Driver’s Handbook Revision
Note: A computer/tablet/phone with Wi-Fi/Internet access is required to take this 6 Hours Online Class. The course will be held on an online conference platform called “Zoom“. We will work with you to set it up before class if you have not used this platform before. You will also need a quiet or private place to attend and observe the class.
Note: If you are only taking 6 Hours Online Class, the certificate will be mailed to the provided address.
(Six) 6 Hours driving school in-car Driving lessons include:
- Driving Evaluation on each lesson
- Free pick-up and drop-off in Regina & Moose Jaw
- Flexible hours (7 Days)
- Parallel Parking in 3 Easy Steps
- Defensive Driving Tips
- Dual-Controlled Cars for your Safety
- Multilingual Driving Instructors: English, Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi.
- SGI Certificate upon Completion
We GUARANTEE to cover all driving phases, including:
- Vehicle Familiarization
- Introduction to Traffic
- Gravel Drive
- Highway Drive
- Introduction to One way Street
- Downtown & Parking (the day of your SGI Certification)
We also teach all forms of parking, Angle Parking, Nose-in Parking, Reverse Parking, and most importantly How To Parallel Park To Pass Road Test In Saskatchewan. Once you finish SGI 6 & 6 Driver Training (Mandatory
Driver Education, we will issue you a Certificate.
Let’s Take a Step Forward With SGI 6 + 6 Driver Training!
What is SGI 6 & 6 Driver Training in Saskatchewan?
SGI 6 & 6 Driver Training is a Mandatory Driver Education in Saskatchewan that consists of 6 hours in class and 6 hours in-car. The required driver education program can only be provided by SGI Certified Class 5 Driver Educators in Saskatchewan. You’re required to complete a driver’s education if you:
- Have never been a licensed driver;
- Have not held a Saskatchewan driver’s license within the past five years;
- Have never taken Driver’s Education in Saskatchewan High School.
- Are a new resident, and the license you hold is from another province, state, or country not honored or recognized in Saskatchewan.
6 & 6 is the most comprehensive course package covering all aspects of driving. The Driver Training includes 6 hours of in-class lessons and 6 hours of road driving lessons. Certified Instructors give individual advice on each student’s strengths and weaknesses to help them pass their class 5 road exams, as well as drive safely for the rest of their life.
SGI created this mandatory driver training to teach you the basic concepts, such as
- traffic signs and signals
- the rules of the road
- driving in different weather conditions, like snow, rain, and fog
- sharing the road with other vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists
- advanced skills, like how to predict what other drivers might do, and then how to respond at the moment.
Upon completion of the required 6 and 6 training, the instructor provides a Certificate of Driver Education. You must present the Driver Education Certificate to the driver examiner at the time of your Class 5 road test.
Is drivers ed mandatory in Saskatchewan?
- Yes. If you’re 16 or older and didn’t finish the High School Driver Education Program, then you’ll need to enroll in Faizan’s Defensive Driving School to complete a minimum of 6 hours of in-car instruction and 6 hours of in-class instruction.
- SGI provides free Driver Education to high school students in Saskatchewan who are 15 years old.
Why is it Mandatory to complete the 6 & 6 SGI Training?
- SGI introduced the required 6 & 6 Driving Program to help new drivers navigate through new driving challenges with the help of an SGI-trained instructor.
- With all the technology and vehicle design enhancements, collisions result in personal and financial losses because of the Human Factor.
What to expect in 6 Hours In-Class Session?
- SGI Programs which include Licensing and Insurance.
- Safe Driving and reduce your risk of a collision.
- Driving Skills, you should use to help prevent collisions.
- 6 Driving Conditions that Lead to Collisions.
- Conditions and attitudes you may experience as a driver.
- Alcohol and how it can impair the driver’s condition
- Sharing the Road with other types of vehicles.
- Driving Techniques used in varied road conditions to avoid collisions
- Work with you to develop proper eye use, timing, and hazard detection and incorporate the 6 driving conditions into your driving.
- Work on turns at all types of intersections
- Highway, Gravel Road, and City driving
- Work on low-speed maneuvering (Parallel parking, angle and straight in parking, and backing)
- Clarify the rules of the road
How can I attend 6 Hours Class? In-person or online?
You can attend 6 hours in-class online right from the comfort of your home. You don’t need to come to our office. The 6 hours class is offered via ZOOM with 30 minutes break most Sundays from 10 am to 4 pm.
How do I get my Driver Education Certificate (SGI 6 & 6 Certification)?
Your Class 5 Certified Driving Instructor gives you a Certificate of Driver Education after the completion of 6 hours of in-car & 6 hours in-class training. If you are attending 6 hours online class only, the certificate may be mailed to the provided mailing address.
How old do I have to be to take the Driver Education in Saskatchewan?
You must be 16 years of age or older to take the mandatory driver education in Saskatchewan. However, if you are under 16, you need to contact your driver educator in your high school or wait until you turn 16.
How often do you offer 6 hours online driving class in a month?
We offer 6 hours online classes most Sundays on ZOOM. You can click here directly for registration or contact us immediately for the next 6 hours online class at 306-737-5612.
What to expect in 6 hours in-car driving lessons?
Faizan’s Defensive Driving School offers FREE pick-up and drop-off service in Regina & Moose Jaw to help save you time and plan your lessons with ease. We will pick you up from your home, office, or anywhere in the city and drop you off anywhere in the city AT NO COST.
Faizan’s Icing on the Cake – you may start your in-car lesson before taking the 6 hours class.
Let’s Dive into 6 Hours of One-on-One Driving Lessons:
1. Pre-drive and introduction
Introduction to driving, circle check, 6 basic conditions, vehicle familiarization, seatbelts, seating position, head restraints, mirror adjustment, hand positions, hand over hand, hand-to-hand, palming steering, (visual search pattern), I.P.D.E, (Identity, Predict, Decide, Execute) timing, blind spots, shoulders checks, SMSM, the concept of gates, starting/stopping, reversing & forwarding, timing (crossing & merging), uncontrolled & traffic light, right of the way, low-speed driving skills, nose in parking, parallel parking and much more.
2. City Drive
Introduction to the city, left & right turns at the Intersection (controlled & uncontrolled Intersection /multilane intersection), right of the way at Intersections, lane positioning, multiple lane changes, designated Lanes, one-way introduction, lane changing (SMSM). crossing and merging at the intersection, narrow streets, rush hour traffic, dealing with pedestrians & jaywalkers, timing, scanning, search pattern, IPDE, 6 basic conditions, back-in parking, angular parking, hand control signal, and much more.
3. Gravel Drive
Saskatchewan has a large network of roads connecting its main highways. These roads present driving challenges that differ from provincial highways.
Driving techniques for gravel roads, lane changing (SMSM), crossing and merging at intersections (timing), curves negotiation (left/right), railway crossing, 2-point turn, 3-point turn, U-turns, backing up, possible hazards, (animals, dust, flying stones, bumps, dead animals, objects, ditches, washboard) 6 basic conditions, scanning, search pattern, IPDE, timing exercise, backing up straight, hand over hand, emergency braking techniques, emergency steering techniques, and much more.
4. Highway Driving
Highway driving points to keep in mind include:
- It takes a longer time to stop at higher speeds.
- Some drivers who have been driving for several hours can develop “highway hypnosis.” They may not see your brake lights or turn signal. Be prepared to make your movements obvious and for a potential slow reaction by other drivers.
- The higher the speed, the less the steering wheel needs to be turned and the sooner it must be turned before a curve, to get the vehicle around the curve.
- Don’t make any sudden movements of the steering wheel.
- It’s safest to drive at the same speed as the other traffic, provided that the other traffic is driving at a sensible speed for the conditions and within the speed limit.
Introduction to highway, divided and undivided highway entry (acceleration lane), exit (deceleration lane), passing, following distance, crossing and merging on the highway, negotiating curves and corners, lane changing (SMSM), highway hypnosis, velocitization, construction zones, sharing the road with other vehicles, 2-point turn, dealing with emergency & wildlife on the highway, 6 basic conditions, scanning, search pattern, IPDE, escape routes, emergencies on the freeway, and much more.
5. One-way Drive:
One-way street – A road in which traffic is only allowed to proceed in one direction. Drivers must not travel in the opposite direction of the one-way sign due to the risk of a head-on collision.
Left/ turns from a one-way to a one-way, left turns from a two-way to one-way, left turns from a one-way to two-way, 2 way stop signs, overall performance for turns at traffic lights, designated bus and bicycle lanes, scanning, search pattern, IPDE, 6 basic conditions, up-hill parking & down-hill parking, and much more.
6. City Drive Revision:
Review left and right turns on one-ways, 2 way stop signs, 3 way stop signs, yield signs, traffic lights, crosswalks, shared lanes, overall driving skills, revised parallel, back-in, and perpendicular parking, advanced driving skills to anticipate how to avoid collisions, dealing with pedestrians and jaywalkers as a motorist, scanning, search pattern, IPDE, 6 basic conditions, driving tips to safely pass class 5 road test, how to improve lifelong learning skills and much more.
- Congratulation on completing your 6 & 6 driver training program (6 hours in class & 6 hours in car). Now it’s time for your driving instructor to issue you a CERTIFICATE OF DRIVER EDUCATION.
6 & 6 Driver Training Conclusion:
- Taking 6 & 6 training with Faizan’s Defensive Driving School has many benefits. You may pass your class 5 road test with the help of our SGI-certified instructors. So, get started and become a safe, confident, and mindful defensive driver.
If you already have SGI 6 & 6 Certification and looking for Driving Lessons only, contact us directly at 306-737-5612.
Are you ready for your Class 5 Road Test and you do not have a car for your Big Day? We also provide a car rental service for your class 5 road test. Please send us a text message with your confirmed road test date, time, and location so that we can schedule your road test package with a brush-up lesson.