|Driving per week:
|2 – 3
|Theory + 5 to 8 weeks of practical training
Standard course is a standard program of theory and practice, during which you participate in 30 hours of theory via E-learning platform and 30 hours of practical lessons. The course will prepare you for the PORD exam at a calm and stress-free pace. Driving sessions take place 2 – 3 times a week (from Monday to Sunday, between 6:00 AM and 10:00 PM). Each session lasts 2 hours.
|Driving per week:
|Theory + 3 to 4 weeks of practical training
Express courses offer a fast-paced learning and driving schedule, with lessons 5 times a week. They are designed for individuals who value their time and can quickly absorb knowledge. This means that you can complete the practical portion entirely in as little as 3 weeks, during which you will master all maneuvers and exam routes. As part of the course, you participate in 30 hours of theory via E-learning platform and 30 hours of practical lessons. Just like in the standard course, individual driving sessions last for 2 hours.
Who can start the course?
If you want to get a Polish driving licence, you must reside in Poland for at least 6 months, have a permanent residence card or, in the case of students, a document saying that a person is studying in Poland for at least 6 months.
The required age is 18, but you can sign up for the course 3 months before.
You need to go through the medical examination and get a certificate proving that there exist no health or mental impediments to drive a vehicle. You can do this in our school (for details, please contact us by e-mail or by phone). This examination costs 200 PLN.
You need a one current photo, sized 3.5 cm x 4.5 cm, showing you without a headgear and sunglasses. The face must be in the straight-ahead position (like a passport photo).
Fill in the required registration application to the Municipal Office (a print available at the office or at our school).
Now you need to go to the Motor Vehicles Department (Wydział Komunikacji) of the City/District Hall (appropriate for your place of residence in Poland) – to obtain the individual number called PKK (Profil Kandydata na Kierowcę). In Gdańsk Motor Vehicles Department is located on the street: Wilanowska 2 or Żaglowa 11.
The required documents to obtain PKK:
How does the course of driving licence for category „B” looks like?
The driving course consists of two parts: theoretical and practical, each ended with an exam.
– 30 theoretical lessons (via e-learning platform)
– 30 hours of practical driving lessons around the city on a manual gearbox car KIA RIO IV (exactly the same model as the one You’ll be taking on the final state practical exam)
You learn also from the book manual and tests (all learning materials are also included in the course price).
Need to test your driving skills before your state exam or you have a driving license and need some practice? Contact us and make an appointment for a driving lesson with a driving instructor.