Fleet Driver Trainer (In-Class)

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Course Description

The Ontario Safety League has designed the Fleet Driver Trainer (In-Class) course to assist participants to establish a level of excellence in the role of a professional driver trainer. Competent and responsible, the driver trainer will understand the basic outline of a training program and able to deliver classroom instruction to commercial drivers. This course is built to the standards set by the Ministry Transportation of Ontario (MTO).

Course Content

  • Week 1 – Understanding a driver training program outline to meet the requirements for application to MTO Driver Certification Program (DCP) for Recognized & Signing Authority.
  • Week 2 – Develop a curriculum, create the lesson plans and deliver/present the training.

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion, graduates will be able to:

  • Apply for Signing Authority to the Ministry of Transportation, Ontario to carry out training in conjunction with a Recognized Authority (carrier) in order to upgrade licences and extend ‘Z’ endorsements to the drivers they train within the Driver Certification Program;
  • Apply to OSL for Signing Authority in the OSL Air Brake Adjustment program.

Format

Classroom.
Field: visit to MTO ‘Weigh Scales’ location and maintenance shop as available (safety boots and safety hat required).

Certification

Graduate certificate to accompany an application to Ministry of Transportation, Ontario – Driver Certification Program for Signing Authority as an Air Brake Instructor and Driver Trainer for a carrier holding Recognized Authority. Graduates may also apply to OSL for Signing Authority privileges in OSL’s Air Brake Adjustment program.

Resources

Materials–Highway Traffic Act (Ontario), MTO Air Brake Endorsement,
MTO guest speaker–Driver Certification Program.

Evaluation

Attendance, class participation, assignments and tests

Prerequisites/ Admission

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)

Air Brake Instructor course (see our course schedule).

Duration

10 days: Classroom (incl. possible half day in field observation);
8.30 am to 4 pm daily, homework/ presentation prep is assigned.

Course Dates  

2017:   Jan 23–Feb 3; Apr 17-28;  Jul 17-28;  Oct 16 -27.

Tuition:    $1950.05+HST    and    Books:    $49.95+GST

(Total:   $2000+applicable taxes)