About Us

Our Company

Our clean environment and helpful staff will assure you the best experience in the area. We want you to feel comfortable while attending class. We promote an active and social classroom environment where we learn not only from the course, but from each other’s experiences. We take pride in our teaching facility. We are dedicated to creating a non-judgmental atmosphere in which you can explore life changing techniques. We have been helping people get their licenses back for over 25 years.


Our Vision

Motor vehicle accidents account for more deaths than all natural disasters combined. As a matter of fact, in any one year your chances of being injured in a motor vehicle accident are better than 1 in 1000. Between the ages of 16 and 64 alcohol figures into over 20% of all fatal accidents, and between the ages of 21 and 44 almost 50%. Absolute Education strives to make a difference.  Our goal is to make our roads a safer place.

After working for almost 20 years as a Risk Reduction Instructor for other schools in the North Georgia area, Linda Wagner, owner and lead instructor, started Absolute Education in 2006. Since its opening, Linda has expanded her business to provide a multitude of classes to better serve and educate her clients. She provides clients with a clean and non-judgemental learning environment to create a positive learning experience. She is always willing to go above and beyond for her clients in hopes to change the lives of individuals as well as our community. She also proudly serves the children of Hall County as a CASA Partnership Member, Board Member, and Volunteer. She is currently receiving her CACI certification.

Nikki Allemani began her career as a Substance Abuse apprentice in January of 2010. Since then, she graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychology and Sociology. Ms. Allemani continued to work under clinical supervision and studied to become a Certified Addiction Counselor, which she obtained in October of 2012. Her clinical experience began as a contractor for the Hall County Accountability Drug and DUI Courts where she established the first Young Adult track in the State of Georgia, which served the population of 17 to 25 year old drug offenders. In 2014, she established one of the first Veterans Treatment Courts in the State of Georgia as well. Since then, she further became nationally certified in addiction in April of 2016 and is awaiting her national certification in trauma to be approved in November of 2017. Ms. Allemani recently attained her Master’s degree at Argosy University – Atlanta and is currently working on earning her licensure as an associate therapist. Not to mention, one of her short-term goals is to become a Certified Clinical Supervisor in order to clinically benefit other aspiring counselors, as well as, further develop her leadership skills and improve advocacy for the mental health field.