The purpose of this course is to fine-tune a driver’s skills. PDIC is a course taught from the perspective of the professional truck driver, not that of a car driver or teacher. Developed by the AMTA, this course consists of nine modules, covering topics such as…
Commercial Vehicle Trip Inspection Course
This course will outline the legal requirements of completing a proper daily trip inspection as well as the steps required to complete a proper trip inspection, including detailed pictures of what is and is not acceptable during a pre-trip inspection. Participants will also learn about exceptions and exemptions to the trip inspection requirement.
Hours of Service
This half-day course is for those who need to refresh their understanding of the Canadian and US hours of service legislation, or for those who are new to the industry. This course is valuable for drivers, dispatchers, shippers, and customer service personnel to ensure that freight is being moved in a timely and safe manner. Participants will receive a copy of the most recent “Hours of Service for Commercial Drivers” handbook published by the CTA.
LCV Course For Drivers
This Canadian Trucking Alliance course for experienced professional drivers is a professional development course in Manitoba. This course meets the regulatory requirements for LCV drivers in Alberta, BC, and Saskatchewan, as well. This course consists of four hours in the classroom and a three hour road test..
PDIC Professional Driver Improvement Course
The purpose of this one day course, is to fine-tune a driver’s skills. PDIC is a course taught from the perspective of the professional truck driver, not the perspective of a car driver or teacher. This course is not for new drivers or inexperienced drivers; it is for professional, experienced truck drivers…
Transporting Dangerous Goods
This half-day course is designed to help those who handle dangerous goods – shippers, carriers, and receivers – better understand the regulations and what their responsibilities are when it comes to transporting dangerous goods.