May 14, 2020
Happy to announce we will be able to reopen our doors Monday, May 18th, 2020. We will only be allowing people into the building at 25% capacity. So our door will remain locked and you'll have to push the button on our intercom for entry. In that way, we can assure that we are meeting governmental mandates. We will be able to conduct driver in-car training, road skills test, and our privatized DMV will be open for business.

April 13, 2020
A letter from Commissioner of the Office of Motor Vehicles that the stay at home order was extended to April 30th, and that any school that was found to be open to the public would have their license immediately revoked. This order does mean that classroom training, driver training, and all road skills tests cannot be conducted. Once we are certain that there will be no further extensions on the stay at home order we will immediately begin to rebuild our schedules. God Bless every one of you.

March 20, 2020
In response to COVID-19, Gov. John Bel-Edwards has issued Proclamation Number JBE 2020-30 which suspends all driver education classes until April 13th.Therefore, we will be in communication with everyone regarding class & driving training cancellation and future rescheduling. Because safety is our #1 priority, we will be closing our doors during the time frame.

December 16, 2019
Effective January 06,2020, (01/06/2020), the Temporary Instruction Permit issued by the Office of Motor Vehicles will be required for all students being administered either the knowledge or skills test and to participated in behind the wheel instruction.
All schools should discontinue using the paper TIP on and after the date of January 06,2020 (01/06/2020).

June 28, 2019
We are now able to offer upgrades from the Temporary Instruction Permit (TIP). The TIP must still be issued by the OMV; however, after Driver's Education is completed we can upgrade that TIP to a Learnerís Permit, or Drivers License.

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Media First Aid PEDIATRIC (CPR Inclusive)

Deals with three age groups (infant, child & adult) specifically with the treatment of life-threatening events involving children. Accidents are the leading cause of death in children, knowing CPR and first aid can help reduce the number of deaths. We provide an environment that does not suppress the need to explore & develop. This programs goal is to help you gain the core knowledge, skills & confidence necessary to provide effective emergency care until professional emergency medical care is available.

Medic First Aid BASIC (CPR Inclusive)

Provides specific (Adult) training information & skills that a first aid provider must know, perform, and provide for effective emergency care of specific illnesses and injuries before EMS arrives. This course meets the National Guidelines for First Aid Training in Occupational Settings & provides compliance with minimum Occupational Safety & Health Regulations.


Deals specifically with the occupational risk of being exposed to diseases that may be found in the blood or body fluids of another person. Primary bloodborne pathogens addressed by the OSHA Standard, 29 CRF 1910.1030, and focused on Hepatitis B virus, Hepatitis C virus, Human immunodeficiency virus (AIDS). The goals are to help you gain the core knowledge and understanding of recognizing your risk of exposure to potentially infections materials and to be able to take the necessary precautions to reduce or eliminate it when faced with the possibility of exposure.

Medic First Aid AED Training

Designed to teach the use of automated external defibrillators (AED's) when responding to a person experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. Sudden cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes of death in occupational settings. A defibrillator is the only definitive treatment. AED's are used prior to arrival of EMS and are an integral component of the Chain of Survival. The first few minutes of care are critical for someone experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. Ask about purchasing an AED for your facility!!