Theory Courses

Air Brake Endorsement Course
This course is will provide you with a complete understanding of the air brake system. At the end of this course you will be able to identify all the components of the air brake system and ensure that they are in proper working order. In order to operate a vehicle with an air brake system this course is mandatory. Acquired certificate: Air Brake Endorsement Certificate from the Ontario Safety League
Air Brake Adjustment
The Air Brake Adjustment course will teach students with the necessary skills and knowledge in order to inspect air brake systems as well as correct and faults within the prescribed limits. Course prerequisites: air brake endorsement (Z) course. Acquired certificate: Air Brake Adjustment Certificate from the Ontario Safety League
Air Brake Endorsement Weekend Course
This course is designed to provide students with complete and thorough knowledge of the air brake system. Students will be able to identify all of the air brake components and ensure that they are in proper working order. It is mandatory for the operator of an air brake equipped vehicle to have a "Z" endorsement in their license. Acquired certificate: Air Brake Endorsement Certificate from the Ontario Safety League This course does not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005
Border Crossing & National Safety Code
This course is designed to provide students with a solid understanding of how border crossing and regulations apply to commercial truck driving. In this 6 hour course, the student is taught customs documentation, U.S. border regulation, Map reading, Trip Planning and Scale house. Acquired certificate: The Theory of National Safety Code, Border Crossing and Scale House
New Hours of work US and Canada
In this course students review the basic log book skills required by every commercial truck driver. Students are taken through the process step-by-step of filling out a log book. Students are also taught about the different hours of work regulations that apply in Canada and the U.S. Acquired certificate: Log Book (Hours of Work) Certificate
P.D.I.C. Professional Driver Improvement Course
In this course, the principles of defensive driving in relation to the commercial driver are covered. The curriculum is designed by the Canada Safety Council to promote positive attitudes and teach drivers to avoid problems created by others. Acquired certificate: Canada Safety Council Certificate
Transportation of Dangerous Goods
This course examines the laws and regulations that apply to the carriage of dangerous goods. In this course the driver will be taught the different classes of dangerous goods, how they affect the commercial truck driver, and the responsibilities of the driver when dangerous goods are on board. This course is designed for persons with a current background in transportation. Acquired certificate: Transportation of Dangerous Goods Certificate

F Bus License Training in Toronto

If you live in Ontario and want to drive, you must have an Ontario driver`s license, i.e. F license. If you are new to Ontario, this book will tell you how to get an Ontario driver`s license.

In Ontario, you must be 16 years or older to drive. You must pass a vision test to find out if you can see well enough to drive safely.

Hang on! There is something more to F license

All new drivers need to practice driving before they can get a full driver`s license. Ontario`s licensing system gives new drivers experience under conditions that reduce the risk of collisions. This is called the `Graduated Licensing System`. There are two levels in graduated licensing. When you have a Level One or Level Two licence you must follow all of the laws of Ontario`s road and the special rules for each level.

You must practice driving for two years and take two road tests during that time before you can get a full licence to drive a car, van or small truck in Ontario.

If you have a driver`s license from another country or from another Canadian province or territory, that driving experience may help you get an Ontario driver`s licence sooner.

You can get more information about driving in Ontario by going to a Ministry of Transportation Driver Examination Center. The addresses of these centers are listed in the blue pages of your local telephone book.

At the Center you can get a free copy of the booklet, `Ready for the road.` This little book answers many questions about graduated licensing as well as F license. You can also buy The Driver`s Handbook for a small fee. This handbook explains driving in Ontario.