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15845 112th Ave NW, Edmonton, AB, T5M 2V9
We are providing good quality professional class air brake course training for commercial operators. Our classrooms are friendly and oriented to treat everyone with respect. We encourage and teach our students with full confidence to operate a vehicle safely on the road and for the safety of others. We are considered a “full service” truck driver training facility as we provide all courses required to obtain a truck drivers licence. This includes a government approved air-brake course. We are accredited by the province of Alberta and our professional instructors have been teaching airbrakes for years. Operating a vehicle equipped with air brakes in Alberta, you are required to have the Air Brake Endorsement “Q” visible on your drivers’ license Class 2 to 7. Training Class 1 and 3, HOS (Hours of Service), TDG ( Transport Dangerous Goods), Load Securement, GODI ( General Oilfield Driver Improvement), PDIC (Professional Driver Improvement Course)
12019 160 St NW, Edmonton, AB, T5V 1G7
Alberta Transport Training Academy offers quality, government approved training for truck drivers in drivers licence classes 1 and 3. We are considered a “full service” truck driver training facility as we provide all courses required to obtain a truck drivers licence. This includes a government approved air-brake course. Air Brake Endorsement Winter Driving Professional Drivers Improvement (PDIC) Transportation of Dangerous Goods W.H.I.M.I.S. Training Driver Evaluation & Road Tests Job Training & Job Referrals Hourly Rate Available Fuel CPPI Course Load Securement & Adjustment Extended Course Length All of our programs are designed to be portable.
4715 92 Ave Nw, Edmonton, AB, T6B 2J4
Our Mission To promote a safe and courteous traffic environment in our community. To lobby for changes to the traffic environment where safety and efficiency concerns demand them. To recognize the excellent contributions of transportation professionals to the economic and lifestyle health of our community. To correctly interpret the civil and criminal codes of Canada as they apply to issues of transportation. To oppose unsafe transportation practices and model correct ones. To encourage students to strive for an excellent level of adherence to the laws and courtesies of vehicle and equipment operation. To maintain an inspiring and non-threatening learning environment for every student who studies here. To develop effective learning processes for every task we undertake. To respect the dignity and protect the integrity of every student. To treat each student as a transportation professional in development. To challenge every student to strive for personal achievement above and beyond a medially acceptable level.
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