Highway Coach(Class “C”) Driver’s Licence
This one week program is designed for drivers wanting to complete their application for the class "C" driver’s licence. Driver’s will be reminded of what is involved in Driving Defensively when transporting passengers. This program gives the drivers awareness of proper driving techniques when operating a passenger vehicle, avoiding dangerous situation before they occur. Upon successful completion of a Ministry of Transportation written and road test, a class "C" driver's licence will be issued. Note: The “C” driver's licence also qualifies you as a class “F” and “G” licenced driver
Defensive Driving Workshop& In-Vehicle Evaluation
This one day defensive driving program is based on the role of driver attitude in determining and affecting driving behaviour. The focus of this course is to allow the participants to discover their driving attitude and the effect it has on the way they handle themselves while driving, thereby, allowing them to make the necessary positive changes to their driving habits.
School Bus Driver Improvement Course (SBDIC)
The SBDIC is a “MTO – Approved School Bus Driver Improvement Course” that meets the requirements for a "B or E" class of driver’s licence. In this one day course, participants will discover the legislative regulations and requirements, characteristics as well as steps and techniques in the development of a professional school bus drivers. Upon successful completion students will be issued a SBDIC MTO Registered Certificate.
AIR BRAKE (Z licence) PROGRAM
This course is designed to give the student the basic information of air brake logistics within the Province of Ontario.
Upon successful completion of the "Basic Air Brake Program" the student will:
Be able to identify and understand the dangers and functions air brake component
Be able to understand the important of a properly maintained air system
Be able to complete a thorough walk around/circle check
Pass the required written and practical test for his/her provincial air brake endorsement trough Drivetest Centre
Common Core MTCU Surface Mining Program #770210
5030 Work Safety in the Job environment
5031 Lock Out and Tag Equipment and Energy
5032 Operate Hand and Power Tools
Who should attend: All employees directly involved in surface mine production (including sand and gravel pits and quarries) Administrative personnel and quality control inspectors are exempt.
(C.V.O.R. Compliance) commercial vehicle operator registration
A record of safe operation of commercial vehicles by an operator can result in lower operating costs (i.e. lower insurance premiums and fines) and improved marketability (i.e.: association with a safety-conscious carrier). Additionally, an unacceptable safety rating can result in the reduction or removal of operating privileges.
Building on the experience gained , this workshop provides a more detailed review of regulatory compliance issues related to maintaining an acceptable carrier safety rating. Participants are introduced to general operational policy and process principles as well as specific standards and regulations associated with establishing a safety rating.