Class 1 Driver Training
There is always a need for skilled, professional Class 1 drivers.
As we have seen recently, not only is there still a need for drivers, but there is also a greater appreciation for what drivers do and the vital role they play in our economy.
While these numbers are based on pre-pandemic data, they are still important numbers to share: the trucking industry, especially our driving population, consists of an aging workforce with an average driver age of 55 years old. Only 15% of the trucking industry’s workforce is under 30 years of age. In 2019, the province estimated a shortage of 4100 drivers in Manitoba by 2025. In short, there’s a real need for drivers, and there will continue to be one for years to come.
|Funding provided by:||Financement fourni par :|
|The Government of Canada The Manitoba Government||Le gouvernement du Canada Le gouvernement du Manitoba|
Manitoba Trucking Association is located in Treaty One Territory, the home and traditional lands of the Anishinaabe (Ojibwe), Ininew (Cree), and Dakota peoples, and in the National Homeland of the Red River Métis. Our drinking water comes from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, in Treaty Three Territory.