• TRACTOR -TRAILER (AZ)
  • CLASS B
  • CLASS C
  • CLASS D
  • CLASS E
  • CLASS F
  • CLASS M
  • FORKLIFT
  • AIR BREAK PROGRAM

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. Class AZ holder are qualified to drive a tractor-trailer or combination of motor vehicle and towed vehicles where the towed vehicles exceed a total gross weight of 4,600 kilograms. Class A licence holders may also drive vehicles in Classes D, G, and A with condition (R).

During the course of our training students will learn the skills required for a career as an AZ Commercial Driver. Our program covers the laws and procedures that regulate the trucking industry.

Upon completion of this program, our students are left with multiple outcomes which include:

– MTO Class A Driver’s License – MTO Air Brake (Z) Endorsement – Certificate

An applicant for a class “A” license must:

  • Be at least 18 years old;
  • Hold a valid Ontario class “G” licence;
  • MTO approved Medical Form completed
  • Knowledge verification of Rules of the Road and Signs
  • Grade 10 English or Equivalent

MELT Training Ontario

The School Bus Driver Program at Ontario Truck and Forklift Driving School is created so that our students can learn the procedures and skills that are needed to safely operate a school bus and commercial bus. This program is designed to meet the training requirements so that students can gain basic knowledge and practical skills that are needed to become an entry-level school bus/commercial bus driver. This program is suitable for anyone with little or no prior knowledge or experience in driving a school bus.

Requirements:

  • Be at least 21 years of age-
  • Must hold valid Ontario Class “G” license or higher
  • Meet medical & vision standards
  • Complete the beginner’s test
  • Not be classed as Probationary or Novice Driver.
  • Not have accumulated more than 6 demerit points.
  • Not have driver’s license under suspension at any time within the preceding 12 months within the past 5 years
  • Not have been convicted or found guilty of any offenses for conduct
  • Have successfully completed a Professional Driver Improvement Course approved (PDIC) by the Ministry of Transportation

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A class “C” licence is needed to drive any bus with seats for more than 24 passengers, but not a school purposes bus carrying passengers. It allows the driver to operate vehicles included in classes D, F and G but not motorcycles.

A class “F” licence is needed to drive an ambulance or any bus with seats for 10 or more passengers but not more than 24 passengers and not a school purposes bus carrying passengers. It also allows the driver to operate vehicles included in class G but not motorcycles.

An applicant for a class “C” or “F” licence must:

  • Be at least 18 years old;
  • Hold a valid Ontario class “G” licence or higher;
  • Pass the applicable knowledge test;
  • Meet the Ministry-approved vision standards;
  • Provide a medical certificate upon application. Ministry-approved medical requirements must be satisfied before any test except vision may be administered;
  • Pass a road test examination at DriveTest, or obtain a certificate of competence from a Ministry of Transportation recognized authority by passing a vision
  • screening, a knowledge test and a driving test in a vehicle of appropriate size.
  • Note: A “Z” air brake endorsement is required on a driver’s licence to operate any air brake equipped motor vehicle.

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Persons with an Ontario Class DZ license are licensed to drive any DZ purpose vehicle and may operate any truck or motor vehicle combination exceeding 11,000 kg. The training provided in our school prepares an individual to pass the Ministry of Transportation Road Test and the Air Brake Endorsement (Z).

An applicant for a class “D” license must:

  • Be 18 years of age.
  • Hold a valid Ontario Class “G” license.
  • Complete MTO Medical done by doctor. Student may get the medical form either from the school or the MTO as it may not be available with the Doctor. (Specific form designed by the Ministry)
  • Pass the applicable knowledge test.

Class B License Ontario

A class “E” licence is needed to drive any school purposes bus having seats for not more than 24 passengers. It also allows you to operate vehicles included in class F and G, but not motorcycle.

An applicant for a class “E” licence must:

  • Be at least 21 years old;
  • Hold a valid Ontario class “G” licence or higher;
  • Pass the applicable knowledge test;
  • Meet the Ministry-approved vision standards;
  • Provide a medical certificate upon application. Ministry-approved medical requirements must be satisfied before any test except vision may be administered;
  • Pass a criminal record search;
  • Have successfully completed a School Bus Driver Improvement course approved by the Ministry and be able to show proof of successful completion with a valid course certificate;
  • Not have accumulated more than 6 demerit points on his/her driving record;
  • Not have had a driver’s license under suspension at any time within the preceding 12 months as a result of having been convicted or found guilty of any offences outlined in the driver’s handbook for Bus.

Class C License Ontario

A class “F” licence is needed to drive an ambulance or any bus with seats for 10 or more passengers but not more than 24 passengers and not a school purposes bus carrying passengers. It also allows the driver to operate vehicles included in class G but not motorcycles.

An applicant for a class “C” or “F” licence must:

  • Be at least 18 years old;
  • Hold a valid Ontario class “G” licence or higher;
  • Pass the applicable knowledge test;
  • Meet the Ministry-approved vision standards;
  • Provide a medical certificate upon application. Ministry-approved medical requirements must be satisfied before any test except vision may be administered;
  • Pass a road test examination at DriveTest, or obtain a certificate of competence from a Ministry of Transportation recognized authority by passing a vision screening, a knowledge test and a driving test in a vehicle of appropriate size.
  • Note: A “Z” air brake endorsement is required on a driver’s licence to operate any air brake equipped motor vehicle.

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An applicant for a class “M” license must:

  • Be at least 16 years old;
  • Meet the Ministry-approved vision standards;
  • Pass knowledge test of traffic signs, knowledge of motorcycles and the rules of the road;
  • Pass two road tests (M2 and M) to become fully licensed.

MELT Training Ontario

Forklift Training and License:

It includes:

  • Classroom training on the theory of lift truck operation and safety issues includes the use of workbooks and video.
  • Hands on operation of the forklift.
  • Evaluation is based on participants ability to demonstrate:
  • Daily inspection procedure
  • Site inspection for hazards
  • Demonstration of safe operation
  • Completion of a quiz on all aspects of the operation of the equipment as well as the regulations relating to the safe operation of the equipment.

Forklift Training Course includes:

  • Practical & Theoretical Training
  • Safety Course
  • Indoor Training with Professional Instructor
  • Forklift License and Certification
  • EQUIPMENTS
  • Counter Balance Forklift Training
  • In-class Safety course, Warehouse Training, License & Certification
  • Raymond Reach Forklift/Reach Truck Training
  • In-class Safety course, Warehouse Training, License& Certification
  • Walkie Rider/Pallet Training
  • In-class Safety course, Warehouse Training, License& Certification
  • Order Picker Forklift Training
  • In-class Safety course, Warehouse Training, License& Certification
  • Cherry Picker Forklift Training
  • In-class Safety course, Warehouse Training, License& Certification

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Air Brake Program (Theory & Practical) Class (Z)

Participants must have a valid Ontario class “G” license or greater to attend.

If you plan to upgrade your current Class “G” license to a higher class, you need the 12 hours air brake course. Ontario Truck & Forklift Driving School will supply a certified Air Brake Instructor that will conduct the 12 hour Ministry of Transportation approved Air Brake Endorsement Course.

At the conclusion of the course a 20 question written test will be administered, out of which 16 questions have to be cleared. Upon successful completion a practical examination will also be done on a tractor trailer unit. At the successful completion of the program, a certificate will be granted that must be forwarded to the local driver test centre.

Upon completion Air Brake (Z) Endorsement Program, applicant will receive the certificate. Present this envelope to a DriveTest Centre within 6 months to add the Z endorsement to your license.

Once the certificate has expired you MUST take the entire course again at your own cost. For the nearest Drive Test Centre, please go to www.drivetest.ca to find your local office.

For further information please call (905) 673-1708

This program does not require approval under Private Career College Act, 2005.

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