Operators with this license may drive any tractor-trailer or combination of motor vehicle and towed vehicles where the towed vehicles exceed a total gross weight of 4,600 kilograms, or vehicles which require D, G, and A with condition (R) categories.
Truck drivers are the backbone of our economy as the trucking industry keeps the wheels of our financial system rolling. Truck driving can be a great career if you’re willing to work hard, abide by the rules, and develop good work habits.
By training to be a truck driver you can quickly acquire relevant job skills, obtain a license and start earning money. A career as a commercial driver can offer you stable employment and can provide long term financial security.
Training Options A:
Please be advised that the following are not vocational programs, and do not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.
Training Option B:
Approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.
- Course Duration: 6 Weeks
- Course Tuition: $5,900
This course was designed by industry professionals to provide our graduates with skills they will need to enter the trucking industry with full confidence. The program is 5 weeks and will provide students with a comprehensive knowledge of practical driving skills and regulatory issues.
The program consists of the following:
- • 52 Driving Lessons
- • 52 Observing Lessons
- • Air Brake Endorsement Course (Certificate)
- • Dangerous Goods Introduction
- • 22 Classroom Orientations
- • Circle Check
- • Practicing Start-up Shifting
- • Downshifting
- • Gear Selection
- • Use of Clutch
- • Turning
- • Coupling/Uncoupling Trailers
- • Backing
- • Docking
- • Safety Inspection During and After Trip
- • Up and Downhill traveling and Parking
- • Up to Two Road Tests