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Training offered by the MTA

The Manitoba Trucking Association offers a number of training courses to members and non-members. MTA members receive a reduced price on most courses and seminars. Please see the menu to the right for a complete listing of training offered by the Manitoba Trucking Association.

Leading in the Trucking Industry

In this course, you will learn about building a team, resolving conflict, soliciting feedback, managing change and about the kind of person a leader should be; ethical, impartial, goal focused and able to deal with issues - even when stressed.

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Communication

Being a leader involves being a writer, understanding a variety of documents and communicating to your team. In this course, you'll learn about three areas that will help you effectively communicate.

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Effective Meetings

A leader has a tremendous impact on the effectiveness of a meeting. This unit covers the elements of an effective meeting, meeting roles, how to come to an consensus, and how to handle difficult participants.

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Delegation

Delegation is an important part of a leader's job, but can end up creating more work if a task isn't delegated properly. This unit covers the various aspects of effective delegation.

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Human Resources

It's important to understand HR policies and practices even if your company has an HR department. This unit covers HR legislation, hiring, training, disciplining, and termination.

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Building a Culture of Safety

In this course, you will learn about transport safety and compliance management framework, how to monitor performance, direct and indirect business costs, injuries at work, and ethics in the workplace.

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Western Canada Compliance Guide

The purpose of this offering is to assist motor carriers to comply with rules and record keeping requirements that appear in the laws and regulations of the four Western provinces (BC, AB, SK and MB) of Canada.

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MPI Entry Level Professional Truck Driver Training Program

The Entry Level Professional Truck Driver Training Program provides driver training and financial support to qualified candidates who want to work in the Manitoba trucking industry. For more information about the program, CLICK HERE.

High School Apprenticeship Program – Student and Employer Resources

Are you a high school student interested in truck and trailer repair, looking for an employer who participates in the High School Apprenticeship Program? Or, are you an employer in the trucking industry who is interested in working with a high school student to encourage their interest in our industry? CLICK HERE for resources that will pair students and employers in the High School Apprenticeship Program.

To register for any course, click the Register Online link or contact:

The Manitoba Trucking Association
25 Bunting Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R2X 2P5

Telephone: 204-632-6600
Fax: 204-694-7134
E-mail: info@trucking.mb.ca