TTSAO Partners With Tenstreet to Help Student Qualifications

The Truck Training Association of Ontario (TTSAO) is working to build a strong foundation for students graduating from their member schools. They already believe in a strong foundation of training with many promoting at least 200 hours of training as the norm. With new President Philip Fletcher looking to improve on past initiatives he has started forming some partnerships that other associations may not have thought of forming. At a recent event he announced a recent partnership with Sirius XM Radio where each TTSAO Student will get a three month free membership once they graduate. Read more about Sirius XM partnership here.

His second announcement came at the same event where he announced a partnership with Tenstreet which handles verification of documents for drivers. You can learn more about them here.

Partnership with Tenstreet Video

These announcements help to improve the membership and students that attend TTSAO schools. The TTSAO is also already a leading Training association in Ontario and continues to strive to be a leader in the transportation industry. Watch for new partnerships coming soon.

About the TTSAO 

Founded in 1993, the Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario (TTSAO) is the largest association representing commercial truck driver training programs in Ontario. TTSAO members represent approximately 50 training campuses and collectively certify over 7,000 commercial drivers annually. The TTSAO Carrier Group employs 10’s of 1,000’s of professional drivers in Ontario and the TTSAO Insurance Group companies and brokers insures 100’s of schools and trucking companies. The TTSAO’s mission is to support the commercial driver training industry through advocacy, networking, education and certification programs to help members produce the highest quality of professional drivers possible. To learn more, visit


Membership in the Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario can be of great benefit to you, whether you provide commercial driver training, employ drivers, or are in some other segment of the transportation industry. Join our association today to become part of this team of professionals whose goal is to improve and unify truck driver training standards, resulting in highly skilled, better prepared, entry-level and re-certified commercial drivers.

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