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Recreational Off Road Vehicle(ORV) Training in partnership with ATVMB Inc.


Course Location: On-site
Course Duration: 6 hours
Course Fee: $175 per person
Class Size: min of 6 students

**This course is geared towards recreational use only and is not designed or intended for corporate work activities, this training program does not cover occupational regulated responsibilities. Please go to our corporate page for work related training.

Training outside of Winnipeg may be subject to higher pricing


  • Students must provide their own ORV’s and proper riding gear that includes: DOT/Snell helmet, eye protection(visor, safety googles or glasses) jacket, gloves, and boots.

This training provides hands-on practical training which will be held at a pre-determined location and will cover the following:

  • Correct operating procedures
  • Pre-ride checklists
  • Appropriate attire
  • Move off and stop
  • Braking and balancing techniques
  • Slow speed controls
  • Traversing hills
  • Traveling on rough terrains

Complemented with practical skill assessments throughout the course, this training will provide students with a thorough understanding of principles, practices, and hazards associated with the operation of an ORV. Certificates will be issued upon successful completion of the course.

This course is certified by the Canada Safety Council (CSC) and provided in partnership with All Terrain Vehicle Association of Manitoba Inc. (ATVMB Inc.)

Students will receive a certificate of completion through Skillspass/Bluedrop and Canada Safety Council.

Learning Outcomes


Upon completion of this course, students will be capable of safely operating a ORV. They will also be capable of:

  • Identifying local regulations and requirements
  • Keeping in compliance to local provincial and federal regulations
  • Understanding limitations of the equipment with practical experience
  • Loading and unloading on truck/trailer applications
  • Identifying proper riding equipment
  • Understanding the importance of pre-ride checklists
  • Understanding the hazards of impairments
  • Stocking and maintaining survival and first aid kits