• Driver Education in Clackamas County

    You can learn to drive in a professional, supportive environment through one of the Driver Education programs in our community.

    All Driver Education programs offer:

    • Minimum of 30 hours of classroom instruction
    • 12 hours of in-car driving instruction/observation in a dual controlled vehicle
    • Professionally trained, ODOT approved instructors

    Please contact one of the following programs for a driver education class in your area:

    Canby School District: Contact Terry Lepire (503) 266-0040
    Gladstone Community Schools:   Contact Sue Surratt   (503) 650-2570
    North Clackamas Community Services: Contact Lisa Kay (503) 353-6090 x37891
    Oregon City Community Schools: Contact Suz Maus (503) 785-7993

     

    Team Oregon Motorcycle Safety Training

    Clackamas Community College motorcycle courses are offered in cooperation with TEAM OREGON, a nationally recognized leader in motorcycle rider safety and skills training.  TEAM OREGON offers motorcycle rider safety and skills training to riders of all levels of ability.  You can learn to ride, earn your motorcycle endorsement or take your skills to the next level.  The course instruction and coaching will help you ride safer, smarter and more skillfully. 

     For complete training and licensing information, course scheduling, or to register online visit www.teamoregon.org.  If you need additional assistance, call 800-545-9944.

     

     


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