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The BMV provides the following resources for both teen drivers and their parents to assist with preparing for and obtaining an Indiana driver’s license and being a safe driver at all times.
Log of Supervised Driving Practice – State Form 54706
A driver training program consists of 30 hours of classroom training and six hours of behind-the-wheel training with a BMV licensed driver training school.
Online training is available as an alternative to classroom training. Online providers must be associated with a driver training school in order to be accepted by the BMV. Prior to enrolling in an online course, confirm with your preferred licensed driver training school for behind-the-wheel training which online provider’s curriculum they will accept.
The following driver training schools and instructors are licensed by the BMV to provide driver education:
Driver Training School – Final interim written guidelines
Driver Training School and Instructor Application
Driver Training School Instructor Physical Examination – State Form 53312
One of the requirements to be licensed as a driver training school instructor in Indiana is to complete nine college credit hours of approved driver education courses. The following colleges and universities currently offer these courses:
Indiana State University
Dr. Matt Hutchins
Department of Applied Health Sciences
812-237-3108 or 812-237-3079
Ivy Tech Corporate College
Wabash Valley Campus
Corporate College Program Manager
Open Enrollment Continuing Education
(800) 459-0561 ext. 233
St. Joseph's College
Dr. Gary E. Sanders
Department of Physical Education