Category: TTSAO Events

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Dec 22 2021

Happy Holidays from the TTSAO

Wishing you and your family a safe and Happy Christmas All the Best for 2022 from the TTSAO Happy Holidays Here we are, just a few days before Christmas and wondering what is ahead. It’s been an interesting couple of years at the TTSAO (Truck Training Schools Association of Ontario). We’ve managed to get our […]

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Dec 13 2021

The Value of the TTSAO Conference: The Corner Conversation

There has been a few conferences and events that have gone back to in-person events since restrictions opened up in August. Although attendance is still not at full throttle things are beginning to come back and people are looking forward to meeting again in person. I can tell you the last few events that I […]

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Nov 22 2021

TTSAO Conference 2021 with Gerald Carroll

Conference Chair Gerald Carroll talks about what attendees can expect for the 2022 TTSAO Conference. You can learn more about the conference at www.ttsao.com TTSAO Conference 2022 – February 23-24, 2022 The 6th Annual TTSAO Conference will be held on February 23-24, 2022 and there are lots of opportunities to get involved in the event. […]

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TTSAO Carrier Group Event

Nov 4 2021

TTSAO Carrier Group Holds Carrier Breakfast Meeting-November 24th, 2021

In-person meetings have begun again and the TTSAO Carrier Group are holding a meeting sponsored by TKT Fleet Technologies which will feature updates on ELD (Electronic Logging Devices) by Mike Millian and CVOR Ratings with Virginia McKimm of the Ministry of Transportation. The event will also include a complimentary breakfast and networking opportunities. Register before […]

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May 25 2021

How to Use the TTSAO Brand to Recruit Students

To all TTSAO members, On June 2nd from 11 am – 12 noon the TTSAO will be hosting a virtual meeting for the industry. You do not need to be a member to attend. The agenda includes an update from the Ministry  of Transportation on Mandatory Commercial Driver Instructor Certification. The Province and industry stakeholders have […]

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