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Snowmobile Train the Trainer

**Instructional Techniques Course must be completed as a pre-requisite to this course** 

Course Location: SSM or on-site
Course Duration: 14 – 16 hours
Course Fee: $1,249 per person; $500/additional student (same session & company)
Class Size: up to 6 students

Training outside of Winnipeg may be subject to higher pricing


  • Students must provide their own snowmobiles and proper riding gear.

Course Description

Over the course of two days, this comprehensive program delves deeply into the training of snowmobile riders, equipping them with the skills and knowledge needed to become proficient instructors. The initial day is dedicated to teaching participants the same curriculum that a snowmobile rider would undergo. This foundational approach ensures that aspiring trainers develop a robust understanding of snowmobile operation.

Moving into the second day, participants are expected to actively contribute to the training process by delivering a minimum of two teaching modules within the theoretical aspect of the course. Additionally, they are required to lead two components in the practical riding portion of the course. These instructional tasks are carried out collaboratively within the class, fostering a supportive environment that enables participants to gain confidence in instructing this course effectively in their respective workplaces.


All participants will receive a certificate upon successful completion.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, students will be capable of safely operating a Snowmobile. They will also be capable of teaching others to:

  • Identify local regulations and requirements.
  • Keep operation in compliance to local provincial and federal regulations
  • Understand limitations of the Snowmobile with practical riding experience.
  • Load and unloading on trailer applications.
  • Identify proper riding equipment.
  • Understand the importance of pre-ride checklists.
  • Understand the basic working components of a snowmobile.
  • Understand the hazards of impairments.
  • Stock and maintaining survival and first aid kits.