Providing truck driver training is how 5th Wheel Training Institute got into the Skilled Trades Training business. We’ve been successfully doing it now for over 30 years. We have the equipment, the facilities, the knowledge and the people to successfully train you. Come experience the 5wti difference for yourself!
|Programs (click on program name for additional information)|
|Truck Driver: AZ - PTDI Certified and Heavy Equipment Certification: 4-piece||x||x||x||x||x *|
|Truck Driver: AZ - PTDI Certified||x *|
|Truck Driver: AZ||x|
|Truck Driver: DZ and Heavy Equipment Certification: 8-piece||x||x||x||x||x||x||x||x||x|
|Truck Driver: DZ and Mechanic's Assistant||x||x||x||x|
|Truck Driver: DZ||x|
All the above listed truck driver training programs are Approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.
The trucking industry has one goal – to keep Canada on the move. A vital contributor to our national economy, the Canadian trucking industry is a $30 billion business employing over 500,000 people. “Everything but babies are delivered in Canada by trucks”.
5th Wheel Training Institute Truck Driver Training graduates are an essential ingredient for this growing industry. Professional entry – level AZ drivers can earn solid wages and enjoy significant benefits. Carriers who have hired our graduates have reported they can earn between $35,000.00 and $50,000.00 per year. So there are significant benefits of completing AZ training with us.
As new technologies revolutionize the industry, a different kind of driver is emerging as well. Entrepreneurs willing to work hard while developing their own opportunities are now the backbone of the industry. Higher standards of education are required and expected, and professional certification at every level is fast becoming the norm. The demands of a life on the road are many, but the rewards are great!
We maintain our own fleet of late model brand name trucks. Our diverse fleet features a range of standard transmissions to assure our graduates are capable of proper shifting. While trucks with automatic transmissions continue to make up a growing percentage of those on the road, the vast majority remain manually shifted. To maximize your flexibility in the workplace and be able to land that entry level position upon graduation, we still feel it essential that shifting be part of your skill set as a professional truck driver.