Distractions and Proactive Driver Training


The SWIFT Library is a complete solution for the Multifamily and Property Facility Industry developed in collaboration with leading industry experts.

  • Robust Learning Management system with extensive reporting by regional VP, trainer by region, course, learner and/or custom reports
  • Full Access to a library of industry specific courses and corresponding competency tests
  • We customize and brand courses to meet your companies‚Äô specific requirements
  • Will integrate with internal systems for single sign-on
  • Supports third party training courses
  • Learner view based on job title with associated curriculum by role or individual
  • Develop up to three new courses per year

In the past, courses such as this have been called “Defensive” driving courses. More recently, they have appeared as “Pro-active” driving courses. The purpose of this change in terminology is a hope that drivers will not only defend themselves against collisions, but be pro-active in avoiding dangerous situations and protecting all road users. This course has been designed to help you meet all regulatory and government requirements including the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Code.


This is a one-hour online course.



Upon completion of this course you will be able to:

  • List the items on a vehicle that should be inspected before it is driven
  • List the most common driver distractions
  • Describe how to avoid becoming distracted while driving
  • List the causes and effects of fatigue
  • Describe methods in which you can become a pro-active driver
  • List some items that should be included in an emergency kit
  • Explain how to check and regulate the fluid levels in a vehicle
  • Explain why it is important to keep your emotions in check while driving
  • Explain why using a cell phone while driving is dangerous
  • Define “impaired driving” and describe the penalties for being charged with impaired driving
  • List the important points of interacting with other road users