AZ Course

Important Announcement

Effective July 1, 2017, the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) will be implementing mandatory entry-level training for commercial Class A truck drivers. All new drivers attempting the Class A road test on or after July 1, 2017 will have to successfully complete the mandatory entry-level training course before attempting their Class A Road Test. The new course will have a minimum of 103.5 hours of training and it is anticipated to cost over $6000.00.


Refresher Training

Great School Provides Refresher Training or Advanced Standing Training provides students with basic theoretical and practical training to safely operate a Tractor-Trailer and refresh their previous knowledge of driving an AZ vehicle.

If you are or have been previously licensed AZ Driver, these packages may be the perfect option for you to refresh your skills!

WHAT CAN I DRIVE WITH THIS LICENCE?

Licensed AZ Drivers are allowed to drive any tractor-trailer combination.
They may also drive in class D and G

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WHAT DOES THIS COURSE COVER?

Refresher Training Covers the following topics in a one on one in cab sessions:

  • Pre-Trip Inspection

  • Airbrakes Practical and Safety Inspections

  • Defensive Driving

  • Route Planning

  • Cargo/ Load Security

  • Regulatory and legal requirements in Canada and the US

  • Highway Training

  • Turns, Backing, Shifting, Coupling & Uncoupling

HOW LONG IS THE COURSE AND WHAT DOES IT COST?

Depending on your experience (or lack of experience) you can register for a combination of training programs that suit your needs.

Each Driving Lesson is scheduled for 1 Full Hour.

Topics covered during training include Vehicle Inspections, On the Road Training and Yard Work and Safety Procedures.

In Truck Training can be scheduled 7 days a week,  from 8am-12pm.

Lesson (60 Minutes in Duration)

$80.00

Air Brake Z Endorsement

$250.00

Dangerous Goods Course

$150.00

Border Crossing

$125.00

Log Book Training

$125.00

Please note that his program does not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005