If you are new to four wheeling or need a refresher on the basics, the Off Road Consulting 101 class will give you the driving skills needed to keep your vehicle preserved and you safe.
Take your driving skills to the next level with this advanced driving class all while focusing on keeping the vehicle safe.
Winching is just hook up and pull right? Not so much. With a mix of hands on classroom and in the field training Off Road Consulting will teach you how to approach winch and recovery situations with a methodical and safe mindset.
Why take a private training class?
Planning an overland trip? Off Road Consulting will show you how to drive the vehicle with the goal of vehicle preservation so that you can successfully complete your overland experience.
This Advanced Winch and Recovery class is scheduled as a private class so that you can take your skills, with your specific vehicle set up to the next level. We encourage drivers to bring their vehicles as they are so that they can see what the vehicle can do as is.
We do recommend taking the basic winch and recovery class before taking the advanced training.
From the basics to teaching your employees how to drive your new company machines, Off Road Consulting offers various UTV driver training classes including ROHVA and winch/recovery training.
Companies with informed and educated staff decreases the workplace injuries, vehicle repairs and increases efficient work performance.
Protecting your staff and resources is key to keeping your repair bills and employee injuries at a low to zero statistic.
Keep your company's biggest assets informed and safe by continuing their education and refining their skills.
From the start of your employee’s day to the end of the job at hand, let Off Road Consulting help build a continuing education plan for your staff.
Breaking on the trail does happen. From coming into contact with an obstacle on the trail or a worn out part on your 4x4, breaking is always a risk when we take our vehicles off road. So what do you do if your vehicle is not able to move under its own power back to the trailhead?