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  • 08/26/2015

    KRTS offers TTSAO members 10% discount on NATMI course

    TTSAO members get 10% discount on NATMI course.


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  • 08/19/2015

    PMTC to Host Seminar on Canada’s Evolving Medical Marijuana Industry

    The occupational health field will deliver a seminar October 22 aimed at helping employers address the increasingly complex workplace problems created by Canada’s evolving medical marijuana industry.


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  • 08/05/2015

    TTSAO and PMTC Partnership Strengthens with SmartDriver

    The Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario (TTSAO) and the Private Motor Truck Council (PMTC) announced their partnership earlier this year.


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  • 08/05/2015

    Can Researchers ID the ‘Perfect’ Trucker?

    Here is a great article about younger drivers..


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  • 07/29/2015

    TTSAO brings on new Board Members

    New members join the Board of Directors

  • 07/08/2015

    Kim Richardson talks Mandatory Entry Level Training

    Kim Richardson talks Mandatory Entry Level Training on The Lead Pedal Podcast


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  • 06/17/2015

    Jack Lochand is interviewed by The Lead Pedal Podcast

    Jack Lochand of Alpine Truck Driver Training was recently interviewed on The Lead Pedal Podcast


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  • 06/05/2015

    TTSAO Hires Kim Richardson as Chairman of the Board

    June 4, 2015. – Hamilton, ON – The Truck Training Schools of Ontario (TTSAO) is pleased to announce the hiring of long-time industry veteran, Kim Richardson, as their Chairman of the Board.


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  • 05/20/2015

    Trucker Radio on licensing mills

    Kim Richardson was interviewed recently on Trucker Radio about the licensing mills and our progress with MTCU and MOT. .


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  • 05/14/2015

    TTSAO Focusing on Non-Registered Truck Training Programs

    Recently, the TTSAO met with the leadership of the (MTCU) and the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) to discuss the growing issue of non-registered truck training programs .

  • 05/13/2015

    Ontario Truck Driving releases new videos

    Ontario Truck Driving School releases new videos to the public


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  • 05/06/2015

    Does your fleet want a $10,000 tax credit?-PMTC Press release

    OAKVILLE, ON – Attend the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada’s (PMTC’s) 2015 Annual Conference to learn how they can access $10,000 per apprentice driver to help offset the costs.


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  • 04/29/2015

    PMTC had the opportunity to do an interview with Trucker Radio Talk on Friday, April 24th.

    Trucker Radio Talk is a weekly one-hour program offering trucking news


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  • 04/22/2015

    June Meeting Change

    TTSAO Meeting has changed


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  • 04/18/2015

    Private Motor Truck Council Aligns with Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario

    The Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario have added the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC) as an associate member and strategic partner.


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  • 04/09/2015

    New Videos added to TTSAO YouTube Page

    New videos are being added all the time to the TTSAO Youtube page


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  • 04/01/2015

    Smart Driver Schedule Page now available.

    Check out the Smart Driver schedule for a training facility near you.


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  • 03/11/2015

    Minister Del Duca was asked about mandatory truck driver training in question period at Queen’s Park

    Last week, Minister Del Duca was asked about mandatory truck driver training in question period at Queen’s Park. Thought you would be interested in what he had to say.


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  • 03/01/2015

    TTSAO Round Table Event Pictures

    Pictures from the TTSAO Round Table Event in February 25, 2015


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  • 03/01/2015

    TTSAO Round Table Event Video

    Video footage from the TTSAO Round Table event on February 25, 2015


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  • 03/01/2015

    Al Goodhall talks about TTSAO Round Table Event

    Al Goodhall talks about Round Table Event.


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  • 03/01/2015

    Shifting a Manual Transmission Important To TTSAO

    February 27, 2015. – Toronto, ON – The “new” TTSAO hosted their Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the Marriott hotel in Toronto on Feb 25th, 2015.

  • 01/14/2015

    TTSAO AGM and Round Table Event February 25 ,2015

    Information on the TTSAO AGM Event in February 2015


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  • 01/14/2015

    TTSAO Certificates

    Does your TTSAO Certificate qualify for two years of training?


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  • 11/30/2014

    TTSAO is now on social media!

    TTSAO joins social media for exposure


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  • 10/14/2014

    Big-truck ‘licensing mills’ put public at risk

    Toronto Star


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  • 06/25/2014

    TTSAO heralds organizational changes

    Truck News


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  • 03/21/2014

    TTSAO re-elects Lagrois as president, names new board

    Truck News


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Welcome

 

Thanks to the concerted efforts of a number of professional training organizations, the commercial trucking industry here in Ontario may soon see some significant changes for the positive.

 

A large number of Registered Private Vocational Schools and other organizations, specializing in truck driver training came together to formulate the Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario. One of the TTSAO’s principle concerns is to ensure that all drivers entering the field maintain a minimum level of knowledge and ability consistent not only with the needs of their employers, but for the safety of the general public with whom they interact with each day.

 

The TTSAO envisions that through the co-operation and joint efforts of all schools involved and the industry itself, specific standards and educational programs can be set for drivers that will not only prove more realistic but much more effective than those currently being put into place by various government agencies.

 

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