About The Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario
The Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario is comprised of numerous Registered Private Vocational Schools and other organizations which specialize in truck driver training.
One of the TTSAO’s principle goals is ensuring that all drivers entering the field maintain a minimum level of knowledge and ability. These standards should be met for not only the needs of employers, but also with the safety of the general public in mind.
Due to the concerted efforts of a number of professional training organizations, the Ontario commercial trucking industry will soon see significant positive changes. The TTSAO envisions that through the co-operation and joint efforts of all ontario trucking schools involved and the industry itself, specific standards and educational programs can be set for drivers that will not only prove more realistic but much more effective than those currently being put into place by various government agencies.
“Striving For Success In Training”
TTSAO Executive Officers
TTSAO would like to introduce to you our newly appointed board of directors for 2019-2021.
Please give a warm welcome and thanks to the following persons:
Board of Directors
Ken Adams, Chairman of the Board-Crossroads, Ottawa
Lesley de Repentigny (Drivewise/Knowledge Surge) - Vice- Chairman
Geroge Cierpich, Treasurer, Metro Truck Training
Yvette Lagrois, Past Chairperson-Ontario Truck Training Academy
Sean Essner, Modern Training Ontario
Jack Lochand, Alpine Truck Driver Training
Raj Walia, Trukademy/ NorDrux
Ray St. Jean, Northstar Truck Driving School
Shane Cutler, Cutler TCMS, Director of Communication and Public Relations
Mike Millian, Private Motor Truck Council of Canada
Matt Richardson, KRTS
Paul Beard, Chairperson, TTSAO Insurance Group
Vacant, Chairman, TTSAO Carrier Group
Clarissa Maristela, Sara Fitchett Quest Consulting
Phil Fletcher, President-TTSAO
Thank you to all for your hard work in making the TTSAO the association it is today.
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.