Phase 1 - Prerequisite for the AC license
Phase 1 includes Modules 1 to 4 with Module 5 being the assessment. These must be completed prior to obtaining the learner’s license.
MODULE 1 - THE VEHICLE
Driving a car requires knowing it well.
MODULE 2 – THE DRIVER
The driver is influenced by various factors (values, standards, parents, friends, media, etc.), which can change his driving attitude and the way he drives.
MODULE 3 – THE ENVIRONNEMENT
Driving a car requires being attentive to its environment: other users, road signs, road markings and other factors such as the type of road, weather conditions and the condition of the road surface.
MODULE 4 – RISKY BEHAVIORS
The driver may be tempted to take risks. He should be aware of the consequences that this can have.
MODULE 5 - EVALUATION
Module 5 is a revision of modules 1 to 4.
From phase 2, the practical courses begin. You absolutely must have obtained your learner's license before you can register for the next step.
Phase 2 - Directed driving
Phase 2 includes Modules 6 and 7, during which the learner makes their first outings on the road with directed driving.
MODULE 6 - ACCOMPANIED DRIVING
The guide is the person who guides and assists the learner driver during his learning to drive.
MODULE 7 - THE OEA STRATEGY
To quickly recognize, assess and manage the present or potential risks of the road environment, the driver must apply the AEO (Observe-Assess-Act) strategy.
Phase 3 - Semi-directed driving
Phase 3 includes Modules 8 to 10, and during which the learner drives with semi-directed driving.
MODULE 8 - SPEED
Speed is one of the major causes of offenses and accidents among young drivers.
MODULE 9 - ROUTE SHARING
The driver must learn to share the road with other users. He must exercise caution at all times.
MODULE 10 - ALCOHOL AND DRUGS
Driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs is one of the main causes of traffic accidents in Quebec.
Phase 4 - Semi-directed to autonomous driving
Phase 4 includes Modules 11 and 12, during which the learner drives more and more autonomously.
MODULE 11 - FATIGUE AND DISTRACTIONS
In Quebec, distracted driving is one of the causes most often mentioned by police in accidents involving injuries or death. Fatigue is also a major cause of road accidents.
MODULE 12 - ECO-CONDUCT
It is in the driver's best interest to adopt eco-driving, which is safe, economical and environmentally responsible driving. This is responsible driving behavior, which is within everyone's reach.